Firstly, doing a whois lookup from domainmonger
(http://www.domainmonger.com/cgi-bin/whois.cgi) of the rr.com domain,
it says it is owned by road runner, so that would most likely be your
computer's address. the ip address also belongs to that dns address,
so again those numbers constitute your computer's address.
More importantly is the program name and the port number used. It
seems a connection was trying to be made on port 53.
Iana.org reports that this port number is used for the following:
domain 53/tcp Domain Name Server
This means that whatever program that was running when the connection
was blocked was trying to find out what computer was associated with a
For example, your internet connections DNS name is
dns-cac-02.rdc-nyc.rr.com. In order to know how to connect to this
computer, a DNS lookup must be made, which gives a computer address of
184.108.40.206. So far, this is pretty benign.
At this point I decided to find out something about the program that
was trying to get access. My first guess was that your antivirus
software was trying to update itself. I did a quick search on google
for "Automatic Live Update Module"
and found that the program associated with this name is indeed the
antivirus update program for an antivirus program called bit defender
(previously called AVX). At this point I knew why it seemed familiar,
because I run this very same antivirus program. It works pretty well
So, my answer to question 1 would be: No. You gave me just enough
information to answer your question.
And to question 2: Yes, I would allow this program to access the
internet, as it updates your virus protection.
If you need any more information regarding this, or feel I missed
something, please feel free to request a clarification and I will be
glad to assist you further.
search for rr.com at http://www.domainmonger.com/cgi-bin/whois.cgi