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What version of CIS are you using?
My guess is that youre using ‘pre-defined’ firewall policies w/out understanding what ‘loopback’ entails.
127.0.0.1 & 0.0.0.0 are YOU; every single computer in the world understands itself to be 127.0.0.1 (localhost) or 0.0.0.0
You should create network zones that define those IP addresses. What you’ll find out is that various apps want to initiate com between those two IP addr. The fact is that the local app wants to hit your computer resources; be very careful with access rights granted.
The problem stems from how the Win kernel / shell works; each time its interuppted is seems that a new com session is initiated. The com is between those two IPs but the ports used for com change. That notwithstaniding, once you establish normal com traffic between those IP for the particlar app that relies on localhost traffic’g, the alerts go away. The ONLY time a new alert manifests is when you interrupt something.
I know this first hand getting BOINC v6.10.43 to work under the auspices of CIS.