So I did a search and couldn't really find any info on what this is. today I was scanning everything attached to my network with Fing and her phone came up with a TCP 12346 netbus backdoor trojan. Not sure where to go from here to find and remove it. my guess is she got it from using mp3 music downloader. any help is much appreciated.
I also used Fing and found the same open port and it seems If you use the Rhapsody service then that is your answer if you dont then go fish, best of luck, hope this helps . . . . at least to anyone that uses Rhapsody
I also have Rhapsody/Napster and I also did a scan with the Fing app, and got the same Netbus backdoor trojan in the running services when scanning with Fing. This is totally a guess but if its Napster then it would make sense that the app keeps a port open so it can block the service if your subscription is canceled or suspended. My experience is that if you force Napster into offline mode before its cancelled or suspended it wont block the service because its not actively searching for the network. I have done this with Napster a few times.
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