Zone Alarm Effect

  lawdraft 18:57 15 Aug 2005

Since I had Zone Alarm installed by a local IT "expert" a programme called "drst.exe" has asked for access every time that I go on line. It doesn't seem to matter whether I give it access or not, as both Outlook Express and the Internet seem to work either way. Should I be denying access always as I have no idea what "drst.exe" is or does? - BrianC

  dave_and_confused 18:58 15 Aug 2005

click here

Filename: drst.exe

Name: STManager

Description: Dr. SpeedTouch is some sort of diagnostics software which sends out information to a server which then relays the information back to the program to test the network to see if the SpeedTouch ADSL modem connection is working properly

  dave_and_confused 18:58 15 Aug 2005

By the way - allow it access.

  VoG II 18:59 15 Aug 2005

Do you have a SpeedTouch Modem click here

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