With Norton internet security (firewall), I keep getting a warning pop up. "A remote system is attempting to access your computer" "Protocol: UDP Inbound" From the information section, I will get two address. First is "remote address" which is always different when it pops up. the second is "Local address" with the location being "home" This address is pretty consistent. At fist I thought it was something I downloaded and the "local address" was me. In other words, my computer was sending out information to another computer to connect to my computer, if that sounds correct. But now the local address is different which makes me think I am being hacked into, or at least an attempted hack. Plus now it is happening more frequently, it is driving me a little nuts. I have already done a lot of uninstalling to see if it was some free program I downloaded. So far I have tried tying the addresses into my browser to see if I can find out where it is coming from. No luck. Once and only once I got a collage, all other attempts have been 404 "page not found" Am I being hacked? If so what action can I take? How can I find out who these address are? I think I may need some hacking skills of my own. It happened three times when writing this. It will pop up and usually pop up with three or four times in a quick secession after clicking on "block address" It has been happening for a while now and I'm starting to go a little nuts over it.