Zonealarm like any other firewall will block whatever isn't on its whitelist, this is the same for other programs like comodo firewall and online armor. Unless you are having problems using certain programs, I wouldn't worry too much.
Did the gas knock everyone out? Nope, just Jensen.
On August 08 2012 00:27 Palmar wrote: Why do you run a software firewall outside of the Windows one? It's perfectly secure.
Anyway, just find out whatever it is that is connecting on these ports.
netstat -n -p tcp -b | more
Should give you an idea.
If I were familiar with that kind of stuff I probably wouldn't be asking about it
Or maybe I would, I don't know, as I said I'm not very network-savvy.
What exactly are you telling me to do here?
Open up the command prompt (Windows search -> type "cmd") and type netstat -n -p tcp -b | more. It will list active sessions being used by programs on your computer. Paste the full output on that here and we should be able to tell if there's a trojan or something making suspicious connections on your computer.
I suppose they wouldn't show up if Zonealarm was blocking them though.