Over the past couple months, I have become unable to reach my own website, and each time I've put in a support ticket about it, it turns out that my IP has been blocked for excessive (over 100 they say) connections to port 80. I get them to unblock my IP and then it'll go for a week or so and I'll notice I can't reach it again, and I repeat this cycle. They insist that it must be a virus/trojan on my computer causing the connections. While I'm not completely ruling it out, I have Little Snitch installed and always pay close attention to what I'm allowing or denying connections to, and nowhere in the existing rules or anything I ever see does it show a request that would fit this description. I also downloaded MacScan (which is on a 7-day trial without buying it) and I'm currently 4 hours into a full scan (so far over 300,000 files), with no spyware detected as of yet. I'm fairly sure it'll come up clean, so I'm reaching out to you guys. I've done a tcpdump and looked through it as much as I can and can't see where my computer is even connecting to my site. They say I have over 100 connections to it, but even Google Analytics is only telling me that my site in the past 30 days has receive 93 hits total so far (not just unique). Is there something else I can do to ensure that I'm clean? There are other machines (Windows-based) on my network, but none of them have been to my site before. Granted one of them could be infected, but is there anyway to use port mapping for example to allow only my computer on the network to reach my site and prevent it from any of the others to ensure it's not them too?