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Risky Connections Blocked from 0 to 402K+ since Win10 Apr18 update

E.g. 

The Windows Filtering Platform has blocked a packet.
Application Information:
 Process ID:  0
 Application Name: -
Network Information:
 Direction:  Inbound
 Source Address:  192.168.1.67
 Source Port:  0
 Destination Address: 239.255.255.250
 Destination Port:  0
 
It's killing the event log, 1 or 2 per second!
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Re: Risky Connections Blocked from 0 to 402K+ since Win10 Apr18 update

@pauliom

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 works 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.

Regards
Siva

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