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On the Resource Monitor under Network Activity and TCP connections it shows Akamaitechnologies range of IP addresses. On the cmd.exe prompt, the netstat -f log results I get show deploy.akamaitechnologies.com has an active connection to my computer.

I have used various IP tracing to find what, where, who. Some of the IP addresses show the origin from a company called NTT(Nippon Telegraph and Telephone?) others show the origin from Akamaitechnologies.

 

What exactly are NTT or Akamaitechnologies doing? I am not downloading, viewing any media, or have any web browser open when the logs show the IP address.

 

Using Kaspersky Lab Security, I have entered in the firewall, network rules, setting to block any attempt from IP addresses Akamai and NTT uses. It doesn't work. First because they change Internet Protocal Address frequently for example, a range of IP addresses (23.67.247.0-255) or (96.17.111.0-255) or (74.125.225.0-255, this one shows it as Google.)

 

How are Akamai and NTT IP addresses acessing my computer? Registry Editor Key or Permission File? A Script? Virus? Trojan Horse?

 

Any suggestions about how to block them?

 

 

 

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Not downloading, not viewing any media, not using google, bing, or any other search engines, yet Akamai and NTT are harassing my internet connection and stealling bandwidth. Visited kaspersky website before, but Akamai and NTT did not show on the Resource Monitor and Netstat. Currently 74.125.225.182, 74.125.225.221, 96.17.148.10, 96.17.148.51 are the IP Addresses.

 

I can see where the address is located on Google Maps too. Hello Kitty :bravo: :laugh3: :angry: :rolleyes:<_< :dash1:

Edited by silvrr

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Hi,

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akamai_Technologies

 

 

Akamai is a distributed content delivery network.

 

They have agreements with many companies to provide them content delivery services.

 

This means when you use your computer, applications will connect to akamai to get content.

 

This is normal and nothing to worry about.

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:rolleyes: Not a happy customer. I am paying money for this software. I expect customer support. The software is not performing the tasks (Blocking, Denying,Stopping, Akamai Tech or NTT from tresspassing on my internet connection) I am entering in the software settings.

 

 

 

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It is probably integrated in applications and not malicious so Baz explanation is more than enough.

Before you become more sad since now you are just not happy read content of the link he provided.

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:rolleyes: Not a happy customer. I am paying money for this software. I expect customer support. The software is not performing the tasks (Blocking, Denying,Stopping, Akamai Tech or NTT from tresspassing on my internet connection) I am entering in the software settings.

 

 

Did you actually read what I posted?

 

It doesn't seem like you grasp the concept of what akamai is.

 

Please read the wikipedia article and then post back if you are still confused.

 

Akamai is not stealing your bandwidth. Akamai is providing content that applications and websites you are frequenting require.

 

Apple, Microsoft etc use akamai to provide you with content.

 

Other customers include Facebook, Twitter, AMD, Hilton Worldwide Hotels, Amazon.com (for their dynamic contents) ([1]), Adobe Systems, Netflix, Cineville, Miles Kimball, J. C. Penney, Yahoo![13]Blizzard Entertainment, QNet Virtual Office and github.

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This is a user forum, if you would like to submit a support ticket please use Personal Cabinet at my.kaspersky.com

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I type in IP addresses to block or stop from tresspassing on my internet connection but the Firewall and Anti Banner settings are not working. I have a long list of addresses and their geographical location. Is there a setting in the operating system or the software to prevent it?

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:bravo: :bravo:

165.254.22.24

165.254.22.41

165.254.22.88

165.254.22.97

165.254.22.99

204.0.1.17

204.0.1.98

216-206-30-17.dia.static.qwest.net

216-206-30-34.dia.static.qwest.net

216.206.30.17

216.206.30.34

23.3.12.43

23.3.12.51

23.3.68.136

23.3.68.144

63-233-126-34.dia.static.qwest.net

63-233-126-43.dia.static.qwest.net

63.233.126.34

63.233.126.43

65.172.31.138

65.172.31.139

74.125.225.0-255

96.17.111.24

96.17.111.33

a23-3-12-43.deploy.akamaitechnologies.com

a23-3-12-51.deploy.akamaitechnologies.com

a23-3-68-136.deploy.akamaitechnologies.com

a23-3-68-144.deploy.akamaitechnologies.com

den03s06-in-f0.1e100.net

216.137.43.149

:bravo: :bravo:

 

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:bravo: :bravo:

165.254.22.24

165.254.22.41

165.254.22.88

165.254.22.97

165.254.22.99

204.0.1.17

204.0.1.98

216-206-30-17.dia.static.qwest.net

216-206-30-34.dia.static.qwest.net

216.206.30.17

216.206.30.34

23.3.12.43

23.3.12.51

23.3.68.136

23.3.68.144

63-233-126-34.dia.static.qwest.net

63-233-126-43.dia.static.qwest.net

63.233.126.34

63.233.126.43

65.172.31.138

65.172.31.139

74.125.225.0-255

96.17.111.24

96.17.111.33

a23-3-12-43.deploy.akamaitechnologies.com

a23-3-12-51.deploy.akamaitechnologies.com

a23-3-68-136.deploy.akamaitechnologies.com

a23-3-68-144.deploy.akamaitechnologies.com

den03s06-in-f0.1e100.net

216.137.43.149

:bravo: :bravo:

 

When I trace the Internet Protocall Addresses I can find the exact Longitude nd Latitude for example

 

General IP Information

IP: 165.254.22.41

Decimal: 2784892457

Hostname: 165.254.22.41

ISP: NTT America - New York City

Organization: Akamai

 

 

Geolocation Information

Country: United States

State/Region: Colorado

City: Englewood

Latitude: 39.6237

Longitude: -104.8738

Area Code: 303

Postal Code: 80111

 

OR

 

General IP Information

IP: 216.206.30.17

Decimal: 3637386769

Hostname: 216-206-30-17.dia.static.qwest.net

ISP: Century Link

Organization: Akamai Technologies

 

Country: United States

State/Region: Texas

City: Dallas

Latitude: 32.7877

Longitude: -96.8

Area Code: 214

Postal Code: 75201

 

It is just a preview.

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Posted last year about the same time about same problem. Is there a firewall rule I can type to block the IP address?

(Is it beyond this software? Something I need to fix in Microsoft Windows? or Modem?) How can I fix it?

 

 

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Bolded, read this first:

Like already said, you don't seem to grasp what akamai is.

Basically it works like this, you have a website, you don't want to pay for servers all over the world and don't want that people in asia have to connect to a server in america, but instead connect to a local server.

This is what akamai does, they offer your website hosting possibilities on their servers around the world, you don't have to worry about servers or hardware or locations of their servers, they offer syncronization between files at various locations on the website, get your website visitors to the closest server, etc.

 

 

If you still want to go ahead, block those ip's with packet rules: http://support.kaspersky.com/6420

then have fun with a bunch of non working websites and web applications (including possibly windows updates and kaspersky updates).

Edited by Lucian Bara

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I have a similar akamai problem. After I close the browser and online activity is finished, Resource Monitor shows that Akamai ip addresses continue have an active connection to my computer. They hang on and take several minutes to stop.

 

I have a difficult time trusting that Akamai activity is benign because it is difficult to believe that one of the companies which was a primary origin of spam on the internet for many years, has transformed into anything different.

 

Akamai still is primarily associated with serving advertisements for websites. And the ads are served at websites before the content is. If akamiai's ad serving process didn't take priority to serving content thus slow down the browser so much, it would not be as offensively noticeable. Instead it is obnoxious. Ad blockers help some, but do not solve the akamai problem.

 

Bottom line: Akamai and has no business keeping connections open to my computer once I am finished with online access. It has become much worse in the past several weeks.

 

 

On the Resource Monitor under Network Activity and TCP connections it shows Akamaitechnologies range of IP addresses. On the cmd.exe prompt, the netstat -f log results I get show deploy.akamaitechnologies.com has an active connection to my computer.

I have used various IP tracing to find what, where, who. Some of the IP addresses show the origin from a company called NTT(Nippon Telegraph and Telephone?) others show the origin from Akamaitechnologies.

 

What exactly are NTT or Akamaitechnologies doing? I am not downloading, viewing any media, or have any web browser open when the logs show the IP address.

 

Using Kaspersky Lab Security, I have entered in the firewall, network rules, setting to block any attempt from IP addresses Akamai and NTT uses. It doesn't work. First because they change Internet Protocal Address frequently for example, a range of IP addresses (23.67.247.0-255) or (96.17.111.0-255) or (74.125.225.0-255, this one shows it as Google.)

 

How are Akamai and NTT IP addresses acessing my computer? Registry Editor Key or Permission File? A Script? Virus? Trojan Horse?

 

Any suggestions about how to block them?

Edited by aethel

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