OS: Windows 10 64-bit updated, usually used for development and Steam-CSGO.
Straight to the point: Solitaire just tried to connect to the internet.
Details: After tightening my firewall rules after a RAT was installed by my friend (who then proceeded to unendingly open John Cena's theme song), I noticed Solitaire trying to connect to
126.96.36.199 which is owned by Microsoft and is part of the Xbox network. The problem is, I never even played any built-in games on my unit. I've never played Microsoft's Solitaire so outbound sync is out of the question. I don't use an Xbox. I also can't find any scheduled task for it. The system is completely clean when this happened.
Also, it seems to be in a suspended state, but still up.
The executable is located in
which looks legit.
Should I allow it?