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Java is causing Nessus to flag a vulnerability. Win.ini and other files are viewable.  

netstat -a -n -o shows port 82 is listening.

I need to disable this. Can you help? I uninstalled Java, reinstalled and it was gone for two weeks. Some how it returned.

java 8 update 171, on Windows 2008 R2.
 
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Are you sure it's Java? And not another application running on the JVM?

What details about the running process does netstat give?
 
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I am not sure if another application is running , but here are more details of the commands I ran.
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I'm not a Windows user so can't suggest what command to use, perhaps someone else will chip in with that assistance, but you want more detail of the programming running with PID 1940.

I can be certain in telling you that it is not Java itself rather some other application that runs on Java. What application that is is the detail you're looking for.
 
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Bring-up the GUI Task Manager and add the Command line column to the Details tab.  It may provide the details that you need to understand what is running.

 
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And if you still don't get enough information from that, you can try Process Explorer.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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