Is this normal?

Ktx558

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Use the Netstat command and see all these port connections, don't know if this is normal or google analytics is invading privacy.


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Ktx558

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used -f and it showed that it is from avast. why is avast connects to my PC, I don't use avast software.

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In an elevated prompt run:
Batch:
netstat -abo
Open task manager and right click on column headers (ex. Name) and select to show PID
Identify PID of interest according to output, right click it in task manager and select "Open file location"

Windows explorer will take you to executable that is generating this traffic.

Your only job left is to decide weather to uninstall target program or not.
 

Ktx558

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Everytime the system bootsup it shows these connections. There is alot of PID associated with Avast And when i try to terminate it the system Reboots.


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All google results say the opposite.

I would clean reload OS in your place, it's much faster than trying to recall what led to this issue.
 

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