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I have gotten over 5000 Incoming Suspicious connections in the last 6 days

I am worried that i may have a virus or something on my computer. Like i said, 5000 in 6 days. What could it possibly be? I get them when my pc is on. Please help me if you can. Some examples:


And many more that are very simular. Also their is 6pc and 6 phones all connected to the internet. My PC is always connected to my wifi that is secured with a password,

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Re: I have gotten over 5000 Incoming Suspicious connections in the last 6 days


Please follow the below steps to clear the browser cookies, temperory internet files and cache. Our article will help you briefly on how our Netguard work in blocking the suspiscious connections.


  1. Open McAfee
  2. Select Privacy on the top
  3. Click Remove cookies and trackers 
  4. Open the Settings drawer.
  5. Select or deselect the cleaning tools you want QuickClean to use for this scan.
  6. Click Apply.
  7. Click Clean.
  8. You can open the drawers in the Confirm QuickClean window to verify the items listed. If you approve of the selections, click Continue.  
  9. Click Done.
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