I'm noticing an occasional entry in my firewall logs and I'm not sure if it's a problem or not. I'm seeing a 40 byte TCP packet going outbound from my local port 25 to a remote port (seems to change, but last one was 4043). The remote IP address doesn't look familiar. Seems to be just a random address somewhere. In the info column of the logs, it just says TCP flags: RST ACK.
Could this indicate that packets are somehow getting thru the firewall and my system is responding with an outbound packet like this?
The firewall is blocking the outbound packet. I'm just wondering what is causing it in the first place..