Re: how do i block port 220

From: GRT (no_at_spam.com)
Date: 05/09/05

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    Best would be to rid the box of the Trojan -- who know what else it is doing
    besides sending traffic out 220!
    If your AV did not find it then try ClamWin (http://clamwin.com) and/or
    Microsoft's new AntiSpyWare Beta (http://www.microsoft.com/)

    "id3ego2" <id3ego2@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:C8060435-609A-447D-B9DA-D65F9C343702@microsoft.com...
    > I have a dell box running server 2003 sp1, and my network folks tell me
    that
    > it has been compromised by a Trojan. They see outbound traffic over port
    > 220. their solution is to take the machine down and reformat the drive.
    > There has got to be another way. how do I block this port? Outbound
    > firewall? Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.


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