you need to click first 'create rule' and then 'deny'.
this will stop it.
or you can create a new rule at the end of your rule set to 'block all'.
I am on line if you want to chat about this.
I am gettin popup from Kerio 2.1.5 saying that someone from....
184.108.40.206 , port 40139 - UDP
220.127.116.11 , port 42920 - UDP
18.104.22.168 , port 33460 - UDP
22.214.171.124 , port 36369 - UDP
They keep on coming and I am denying...
wants to send a UDP datagram to port 1027 owned by Kerio PFW.
I do now know who is sending these, but they are persistant, just as soon as I deny one, another pops up.
I did not check "create appropriate filter rule and don't ask me again, I just clicked DENY.
1. I understand that Kerio does not support version 2.1.5. So is this from Kerio, or someone else?
2. How do I check who is sending these?
BTW.... this forum page is totally whacked, did you make a major change or is my computer screwed up again