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How can I show it if I have deleted it but spam emails arrive every day under GOOGLE, mainly I don't know where they got the email data from, I tried several times and nothing worked, I want it to be automatically rejected like an IMAP firewall

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And mainly, you can block the NETBIOS port, generally port 137, and completely block it, and also block it to zero IP and localhost, reject it, and how

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It appears to be spam/scam. Unless you use a supported email client to fetch and read email, email messages won't be scanned by antispam.

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How to do it, strengthen blocking and denying 127.0.0.1 because I saw that there are viruses, but eset does not, why does G-DATA have a virus, what could it be?

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Based on your TCPView screen shot, you are using both Outlook and Thunderbird e-mail clients. Eset e-mail anti-spam processing only works with Outlook; not with Thunderbird.

As far as the VT detection, it's for localhost port 8080. Eset default firewall rules allow all traffic within computer; i.e. 127.x.x.x.. Check your Windows hosts file to see if has been modified.

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13 minutes ago, lhiui81w said:

YES configuration not save write hosts how please 8080 alll

Have no clue what you are referring to.

Post a screen shot of what is shown in your Win10/11 hosts file.

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Your hosts file is fine.

At this point, I have no clue what G-Data was detecting on the VT scan. Your TCPView screenshot shows a number of processes using 127.0.0.1 among them are Discord and Teamview. Both are known to contain vulnerabilities in other than most current versions. You could start by verifying latest versions are installed.

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