What about the time sync that needs to be allowed to come in to communicate? I don’t see anything allowing that, only outbound. I also notice that there isn’t anything allowing incoming, all set to out… if there is no incoming allowed then my modem/router can’t communicate with my pc and that results in time outs for my modem and connection sometimes.
I was told to set it for both in and out for DCHP, IANA, DNS and TimeSync. Can I get someone from comodo tech support to respond to this please.
First rule should be expanded to include 18.104.22.168 - 22.214.171.124
There should be no inbound traffic allowed to svchost, except from within your home network and the loopback zone. There is no legitimate system process that I know of that requires inbound UDP access through SvcHost. All of your UDP rules need to go, as you’re exposing massive vulnerabilities and if your network and device hasn’t already been compromised, I’d be surprised. You’re giving someone 64,511 doors to hack into your network… extremely unwise.
The only UDP rule you should have under SvcHost is UDP out from any to any on any
I wouldn’t personally allow all outgoing requests, as i believe that’s opening up more ports than is needed.