Thanks for the reply to my last question. I have been giving Comodo a testing with various sites that perform leak tests etc. So far so good. I recently did a port scan via Test Malware! | PCFlank
Although the scan showed most ports as ‘stealthed’, ports 135, 139, 1080, 3128 showed as only closed. “Closed” (non-stealthed) - means that this port is closed, but your computer is visible to others on the Internet that can be potentially dangerous.
The result of the scan is reproduced below. Comodo was set to ‘custom’ settings. Should I be concerned of is there a way that these ports can be stealthed with comodo that I missed?.
Port: Status Service Description 21 stealthed FTP File Transfer Protocol is used to transfer files between computers 23 stealthed TELNET Telnet is used to remotely create a shell (dos prompt) 80 stealthed HTTP HTTP web services publish web pages 137 stealthed NETBIOS Name Service NetBios is used to share files through your Network Neighborhood 138 stealthed NETBIOS Datagram Service NetBios is used to share files through your Network Neighborhood 1243 stealthed SubSeven SubSeven is one of the most widespread trojans 12345 stealthed NetBus NetBus is one of the most widespread trojans 12348 stealthed BioNet BioNet is one of the most widespread trojan 27374 stealthed SubSeven SubSeven is one of the most widespread trojans 31337 stealthed Back Orifice Back Orifice is one of the most widespread trojans 135 closed RPC Remote Procedure Call (RPC) is used in client/server applications based on MS Windows operating systems 139 closed NETBIOS Session Service NetBios is used to share files through your Network Neighborhood 1080 closed SOCKS PROXY Socks Proxy is an internet proxy service 3128 closed Masters Paradise and RingZero Trojan horses