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For a long time when i start my computer I get a Hidden channel ICMP alert. Some of the ips are from Amazon, my network provider, and... Gameservers.com?!!?. I scanned with malwarebytes, Malwarebytes anti-rootkit and eset and nothing found. Please help and tell me if its dangerous or not, and how to delete it and prevent from happening.

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Please make sure that the detection is disabled:

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It is disabled by default since some legitimate applications may use ICMP for communication in a non-standard way. The detection is disabled by default and will be probably removed from the setup in the future.

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On 9/22/2019 at 12:00 AM, Marcos said:

Please make sure that the detection is disabled:

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It is disabled by default since some legitimate applications may use ICMP for communication in a non-standard way. The detection is disabled by default and will be probably removed from the setup in the future.

Ok, but should i worry about this icmps coming from weird ips?

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5 minutes ago, Pawel_R said:

Ok, but should i worry about this icmps coming from weird ips?

Check your router. If it has IDS protection, it probably has this same setting as an option. My router does and I have it enabled. Hence, I never see a corresponding detection by Eset's IDS protection.

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