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steel9

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I'm using Comodo Firewall. It blocks AvastSvc.exe (C:\Program Files\AVAST Software\Avast\AvastSvc.exe) from receiving inbound connections (in the logs both the source IP and destination IP are local IPs (192.168.0.*). Do I need to allow inbound connections for it, or is it unnecessary?



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steel9

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Application rules > set avast to alloved application and it wont spam u

Same with the nvidia, chrome etc for me
I'm not bothered by many blocked connections in the logs, I just wonder if it's necessary to allow AvastSvc, if it does need inbound connections
 

Moonhorse

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Just try, block it, try to update the software and the database, if there is no issues, let it blocked; but personally i would let it connect.
Yeah personally i dont care that much about blocked connections as you will notice if something isnt working quite right, but allowing whole application will help or having hips off
 
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