I´d like to ask about a issue I am having in my pc , Windows Vista and Comodo Internet Security Premium. It´s a general security question actually.
When I execute as an Admin (Windows Vista) netstat -anb -p tcp I see some ports: 49152,49153…49156 and I see that all belong to system stuff such as: wininit.exe, Eventlog,nsi,schedule, lsass.exe and services.exe
For what I have read in some links, they all say that Vista and Windows 2008 use such ports randomly, to some purpose, but the point is that in my case those ports are being used by system tasks . I would dare to say I shoudn´t be worried about that, because, even if these port are listening, they have to …don´t they? . I mean, I am not so sure about it.
Anyway, when I go to “Comodo Internet Security Premium” to the section “Active Connections” in the Firewall area, I don´t see these ports named above, so, I think I can be reassured, but still not sure.
In short: Is it normal that such services are listening in those ports?
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