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Old 01-28-2003, 01:05 PM   #1
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My firewall ask me to give acess to internet to "Object: 80000b5a" any time i try to connect to FTP site from FlashFXP 2.0 Build 906 and when i restart it say then "Object: 80000aad" or "Object: 80001a0d" and it dont show path to file or any info of it.
Is this some spyware stuff with comes with flashfxp 2.0 ????
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Old 01-28-2003, 04:41 PM   #2
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there is no spyware in FlashFXP

that's pretty crappy firewall you are using that doesn't display program name but what looks like memory address. what firewall is that?
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Old 01-29-2003, 03:09 PM   #3
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I'm having the same problem with Zone Alarm. Apparently that message means "ZoneAlarm Pro is asking you whether to allow Flash-fxp to act as a server--that is, to accept connection requests from other computers". I've been denying it access and would like to know if I should be granting it access instead instead.

Does anyone know why FlashFXP would ask for server rights ?

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Old 01-29-2003, 03:14 PM   #4
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I have had that problem too, and I have always had ZAP deny server rights to FlashFXP. What I find odd is that it refers to it as object-something.
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Old 01-29-2003, 04:09 PM   #5
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Yea I used to search the registry and all my hard drives for reference to Object and could never find anything. Couldn't figure what it was. If you look under "Alerts and logs" in Zone Alarm, and look under "Log viewer" you'll find reference to it under "programs." click More info and the web site will tell you that it's Flash FXP asking for server rights.
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Old 01-29-2003, 04:09 PM   #6
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i never really understood Zone Alarm's definition of "server".
it seem to ask that for some very strange programs like Miranda IM..
seems like any program that can accept connections is labled as "server"

FlashFXP does have an ident server. and depending on type of config(PASV or PORT) FlashFXP can accept connections.

make sure you are running latest available version of ZoneAlarm
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Old 01-29-2003, 04:22 PM   #7
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So does that mean then that if Passive is disabled and an incoming connection is sent from the FTP site, Zone alarms protection is still secure if the connection is allowed through ?

Also if the connection is denied access, will the FTP site disconnect.

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Old 01-29-2003, 04:45 PM   #8
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MxxCon thanks for the reply. That's what I thought after Hairbag mentioned server rights.

For ZoneAlarm, any program that tries to accept connections of any kind is classified as a server.

Also, FYI I believe I'm running the latest build of ZAP, 3.5.195 or something like that (I only run it at home).
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Old 01-30-2003, 05:34 AM   #9
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I am under latest zonealarm 3.5.169.002 and it set to medium security setting.
Well FlashFXP.exe is allowed server and and access to internat and its first time zonealarm cand find patch to program suck as "Object: 80000b5a"
And when i started latest BulletProof FTP Server v2.1.5 this "Object: 80000b55a" ask access to internet agen ...
And also i read on some website that new flashfxp 2.0 have some system to anty piracy check whatewer someone uses crack or keygen to register it so i uninstalled and make clean install then i started it cup of times and connected to some ftps in passive and port mode then i input my serial (registered) and when i try to connect "Object: 80000b5a" agen ask to access to internet, so maybey it is some "anty piracy check"? i dont know but when i dont allow it acess flashfxp cant connect at all
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Old 01-30-2003, 06:17 AM   #10
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Originally posted by MadMax
I am under latest zonealarm 3.5.169.002 and it set to medium security setting.
Well FlashFXP.exe is allowed server and and access to internat and its first time zonealarm cand find patch to program suck as "Object: 80000b5a"
And when i started latest BulletProof FTP Server v2.1.5 this "Object: 80000b55a" ask access to internet agen ...
And also i read on some website that new flashfxp 2.0 have some system to anty piracy check whatewer someone uses crack or keygen to register it so i uninstalled and make clean install then i started it cup of times and connected to some ftps in passive and port mode then i input my serial (registered) and when i try to connect "Object: 80000b5a" agen ask to access to internet, so maybey it is some "anty piracy check"? i dont know but when i dont allow it acess flashfxp cant connect at all
It's not an "anty piracy check" or anything like that.
"Object: ***** only means "ZoneAlarm Pro is asking you whether to allow Flash-fxp to act as a server--that is, to accept connection requests from other computers". I've been in contact with tech at FlashFXP and they inform me that by allowing "Object: **** (FlashFXP) to conect "You still have the same level of
protection, you're just telling ZoneAlarm that you're aware of the incoming
connection and it's ok to accept it."

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