Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by DZN, Dec 28, 2004.

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    DZN Guest

    Every I start up, Internet Explorer tries to reach this site. Can anyone
    tell me who it is. And more importantly, how I can look these things up for
    myself. Thanks.
    DZN, Dec 28, 2004
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    Mike Easter Guest

    DZN wrote:
    Subject: is in the IANA reserved space from 240-255
    It is a non-routing IP. I don't know why IE would do that.

    There are a lot of tools at dnsstuff.
    Mike Easter, Dec 28, 2004
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    Ramesh Pun Guest

    Ramesh Pun, Dec 28, 2004
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    Joel Rubin Guest

    It ain't supposed to exist currently. It probably never will except,
    possibly, on an internal network. (If they ever need to expand the
    number of IP's to the point where they need this space, they probably
    will go to IP's with 6-dotted elements instead.)

    http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc3330.html - This block, formerly known as the Class E address
    space, is reserved. The "limited broadcast" destination address should never be forwarded outside the (sub-)net of
    the source. The remainder of this space is reserved for future use.
    [RFC1700, page 4]
    Joel Rubin, Dec 28, 2004
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    mrweasel Guest

    Those IPs are reserved for things like audio and video broadcasting...I
    may be a virus that's trying to spread.

    Run Anti-virus and Spy scanners to be saf
    mrweasel, Dec 28, 2004
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    Sky King Guest

    A guess would be that you are infected with something ugly. Suggest you do
    a full AV scan and a couple of scans with a malware tool (AdAware, SpyBot,



    Tom "Sky" King
    Sky King, Dec 28, 2004
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