The other day, I was playing around with the command prompt, and did a "netstat".
I wasn't expecting anything unsual, but I stumbled upon a connection to hotmail.se. A little research and I found out that .se is an extension for Sweden, and the port belonged to something called "Autodesk Liscense Manager".
I was quite worrried, but I put it out of my head figuring that it might have been from some spyware or something.
However, when I logged onto my computer tonight and started surfing the internet. I got a login-box, like the type you get when you're trying to log into an FTP site, seemingly out of nowhere. It asked for a username and password.
I did a netstat, and this was the result:
After that, I immediately unplugged my laptop from my home network.
I did some research and found that, again, the port is used by Autodesk License Manager.
Does anyone have any idea what is going on? I'm sure it's bad, whatever it is. I can't seem to find any information on exploits regarding this port...