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UDP Port

I Recently had a virus on my nachine (Rootkit). The virus has now been removed but when I check the "View Recent events - View logs - Internet & Network - Inbound events" one of the UDP Ports (63002) on my machine seems to be under constant attack from outside IPs and I now have 30 pages in the logs.

a) How do I clear the logs and more importantly...

b) Why is this port open, can I shut it down manually even though the firewall appears to be blocking incoming traffic.
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RE: UDP Port

Inbound Events represent FAILED attempts, not that a certain port is open. We all get these strange entries, except sometimes when one is behind a hardware firewall such as a router or a Corporate/University type firewall.

Logs self-clear at 30 days. It's not possible to delete them manually.
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