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Detected covert channnel exploit in ICMP packet Remote IP address:

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Im new here and i have a problem . Every time i connect to the internet i get a message from ESET Smart Security 6. ( i had 5 before, upgraded to 6 but didnt solved the problem)

"Detected covert channnel exploit in ICMP packet Remote IP address:

I mailed ESET and they say there is nothing i can do because is a flood tipy attack from internet.... But how they find me exactly to flood me? :) Im using a thethering solution, network sharing from my mobile ....

ESET said there's nothing i can do only to block it....

Is this true? I unned combo-fix and here is the log...

I appreciate if some one can look and advise me what to do .


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Thank you for you help.

I try to block the IP and another one shoed up. Anyway , I've blocked them both in COMODO Firewall then restarted PC.

When I started the internet ....same thing. You can see in the attached jpeg that blocking in firewall had no effect.

Hmmm :o might be something local on my PC that is "trying to call home"? Like a keylogger or something?

I did scan my PC with Malwarebytes 1/61/0/1400 and Eset ... No malware sign.

What can it be? But more important....how can i get this threat removed?

Thank you for your help. You are doing a great job here on this forum. :)


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Sorry for the delay.

So you're still getting the same message, just with a new IP? Can you post a screenshot with a new error message please?

If you're still getting the error, click on that "CHAT NOW" button to talk to the Comodo people and ask them (I know you did already, but I'd like you to again so I can see a transcript of the chat) about this.

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