Geliar.com

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If i execute a netstat on my computer i find a connection to geliar.com on port 7171. Why ?? Virus ?? Troian ??
Please help me.

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InteraXCommented:
Hello czanolin,

Try netstat -a -o. This will give you the PID of the owning process. You can then look the PID up on task manager to see which porcess is making the connection. If it is a generic process like rundll32.exe or svchost, you can try tasklist /svc to list sevices hosted by those porcess. Also, there is sysinternals (now MS) process explorer that can give you loads of info on the process.

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InteraX
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InteraXCommented:
czanolin,

Geliar.com looks like a russian hosting company.

InteraX
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Tanks
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