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Computer Attack

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I was alerted by Norton Internet Security today that an attack was blocked on my computer right when I turned it on. This is particularly suspicious to me because I only had this computer for a few weeks. These are the details it provided me...

Time: 3:43 PM
Date: 8-22-2005
Protocol: UDP (Inbound)
Remote Address: : 1042
Local Address: : 1042
Location: Default

A remote computer ( attempted to connect to your computer on a port commonly used by a remote access Trojan horse (Default Block Bla Trojan horse). The attempt was blocked.
If anyone could trace the IP included or otherwise shed light on this, I'd be tremendously grateful.
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1 - 3 of 3 Posts is a private address inside your network. It will be on your side of the router.
I get those notices occassionaly, the first couple bothered me, now I just ignore them.
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