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Blocked Connections

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When I click on security history, it's crazy scary that there are so many people (devices?) trying to connect without my permission.  Some of the blocked connections have the notation "The source IP address is your own DNS server."  What does that mean?  I've looked everywhere and can't seem to find the answer.  Thanks for any help.

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Re: Blocked Connections

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Our article Your McAfee software blocked risky connections will help you to know why risky connections are getting blocked.

Please follow our article How to configure Personal Firewall to allow inbound connections on specific ports to configure the blocked connections.

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Re: Blocked Connections

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Our article Your McAfee software blocked risky connections will help you to know why risky connections are getting blocked.

Please follow our article How to configure Personal Firewall to allow inbound connections on specific ports to configure the blocked connections.

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