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help me to configure the firewall windows 7 64 bit fresh install ,svchost.exe


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Hi

 

i did a fresh install of w7 64bit

and i installed smart security 6 64bit last built

 

 

i got some problem with the firewall pop ups often

 

boot the pc , without program running only smart security 6 , it starts to pop up about incoming and outgoing connection

 

first i want to say , i did not use the learning mode

 

1) is it  normal that the  last "host for windows service"  rule  (that come with a clean smart security clean install ) is

 

Allow communication for svchost.exe

direction out

TCP & UDP (no local or remote port are included) is Allow?

 

2) i got pop up about incoming connection from 85.37.17.56 or 192.88.99.1

or like this screenshot

hxxp://i.imgur.com/Uw2KfXl.png

 

thanks

 

 

 

 

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Why not use automatic mode with exceptions if you are not sure whether to allow or deny certain communication in interactive mode?

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Why not use automatic mode with exceptions if you are not sure whether to allow or deny certain communication in interactive mode?

but because i'm from rome/italy and the ip 192.88.99.1 is Indian and many connection are inbound and outbound to different nation

 

about my first question ,
 

1) is it  normal that the  last "host for windows service"  rule  (that come with a clean smart security clean install ) is

 

Allow communication for svchost.exe

direction out

TCP & UDP (no local or remote port are included) is Allow?

 

i would to know if the last rule is right

because i 'm worried i have changed a pre confing eset rule

 

by the way , under w7 32bit i did not get so many weird connection

 

about

automatic mode with exceptions

because i guess in some case could be dangerous

 

 

might you please tell me about the built in rule?

thanks

 

 
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