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    thekabuki Guest

    Default Internet Explorer Is Trying To Access The Trusted Zone

    Hello,Today I started
    receiving the following message when attempting to go on the internet:

    Internet Explorer is trying to access the trusted zone-Allow or Deny
    ID:
    unknown , signedApplication: iexplore.exeDestination IP 127.0.0.1: Port 5152
    Under View Properties:
    C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer
    Version 7.06000.16791Microsoft Corp

    This started happening today after I downloaded the following
    security updates from Microsoft:Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool-February 2009 (KB890830)
    Update Rollup for ActiveX Killbits for Windows XP (KB960715)
    Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 7 for Windows XP (KB961260)
    If I deny, I can't access the internet (web page cannot be displayed). The only way I was able to connect to get to this website was to click the More Information box inside of the alert which opened up a web page with no alert. Once the ZA webpage is open, I can get to any website.
    Is it safe to Allow access?
    Obviously thinking there is a connection between the Microsoft security updates and this alert as it all started happening at the same time, never had this alert before.
    Thanks in advance!

    Operating System:Windows XP Home Edition
    Software Version:7.0
    Product Name:ZoneAlarm Antivirus

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    Default Re: Internet Explorer Is Trying To Access The Trusted Zone


    <blockquote><hr>thekabuki wrote:
    Hello,Today I started
    receiving the following message when attempting to go on the internet:

    Internet Explorer is trying to access the trusted zone-Allow or Deny
    ID:
    unknown , signedApplication: iexplore.exeDestination IP 127.0.0.1: Port 5152
    Under View Properties:
    C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer
    Version 7.06000.16791Microsoft Corp

    This started happening today after I downloaded the following
    security updates from Microsoft:Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool-February 2009 (KB890830)
    Update Rollup for ActiveX Killbits for Windows XP (KB960715)
    Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 7 for Windows XP (KB961260)
    If I deny, I can't access the internet (web page cannot be displayed). The only way I was able to connect to get to this website was to click the More Information box inside of the alert which opened up a web page with no alert. Once the ZA webpage is open, I can get to any website.
    Is it safe to Allow access?
    Obviously thinking there is a connection between the Microsoft security updates and this alert as it all started happening at the same time, never had this alert before.
    Thanks in advance!

    Operating System:
    Windows XP Home Edition
    Software Version:
    7.0
    Product Name:
    ZoneAlarm Antivirus

    <hr></blockquote>
    Perfectly acceptable - the connection is the computer's own internal address (loopback).
    Nothing wrong with this.
    Oldsod.
    Best regards.
    oldsod

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    thekabuki Guest

    Default Re: Internet Explorer Is Trying To Access The Trusted Zone

    Thank you for the quick response! Much appreciated

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    Default Re: Internet Explorer Is Trying To Access The Trusted Zone

    You are welcome kabuki.
    Oldsod.
    Best regards.
    oldsod

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    benroll Guest

    Default Re: Internet Explorer Is Trying To Access The Trusted Zone

    Hello I was scared by the same behaviour,until I could find what program was iexplorer speaking to:
    jqs.exe (Java Quick Starter),a program that accompanies all builds of Java since Java SE 6 Update 10and is meant to speed up the start-up time of the Java environment.
    Surprisingly, my seamonkey browser
    do not comunicate trough a socket with this process.



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    dubina Guest

    Default Re: Internet Explorer Is Trying To Access The Trusted Zone

    I have the same problem: &quot;Internet Explorer is trying to access the Internet&quot;

    Allow or Deny

    When I click &quot;Allow&quot;, it doesn't seem to remember &quot;Allow&quot;. I get the same alert about a minute later.

    Sometimes I get a big red warning that seems to have something to do with keystroke loggers.

    The problem may have started yesterday when I installed IE 8. (Or, maybe not)
    In any case, I quickly
    uninstalled IE 8.

    The repeated security alerts are
    annoying, and my activity comes to a halt until I &quot;Allow&quot;..

    I see that it's &quot;OK&quot; to &quot;Allow&quot;, but how do I stop the
    security alerts?

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    thekabuki Guest

    Default Re: Internet Explorer Is Trying To Access The Trusted Zone

    There is a box at the bottom of the warning that says &quot;Remember this setting&quot;. If you put a check next to it, it won't give you the alerts anymore

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    dubina Guest

    Default Re: Internet Explorer Is Trying To Access The Trusted Zone

    tk,
    I check the box and still get security alerts.
    It's as if checking the box has no effect.
    ZA shows me
    see four or five different IP destination addresses that IE is trying to contact.

  9. #9
    zaswing Guest

    Default Re: Internet Explorer Is Trying To Access The Trusted Zone

    Dubina,
    If you quote what the alert says or copy it out of the logs, someone might be able to help. Considering that you hijacked an old thread, we can't be sure you're discussing the same problem as the original poster

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    dubina Guest

    Default Re: Internet Explorer Is Trying To Access The Trusted Zone

    The message is exactly the same as this Message Subject:
    Repeat Message
    Internet Explorer Is Trying To Access The Trusted Zone
    It is repeated every minute or so.
    I quench the message by checking the &quot;remember&quot; box and clicking &quot;Allow&quot;.
    Whatever is supposed to remember, doesn't.
    I see 3 or 4 destination IPs associated with each alert.
    I have tried to copy alert lines in the logs to paste them here, but I cannot.
    The &quot;direction&quot; is &quot;Outgoing (connect)&quot;.
    The &quot;Destination DHS&quot; is &quot;loopback&quot;
    The &quot;Policy&quot; is &quot;Personal Policy&quot;

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