LSASS/DCOM Attacks are external/speculative, not targeted attacks and tries to exploit a vulnerability in out of date OS, if your OS is up to date then you aren't vulnerable to the exploit. That doesn't stop them (usually someone from the same ISP with an infected computer) trying to see if it can infect others.
Your firewall should be the first line of defence in this, but avast also monitors common attack ports using the Network Shield, ideally the firewall should block it and avast wouldn't know about it, but for whatever reason avast is first in line over your firewall.
What is your firewall ?
Because these attacks are external and the network shield is blocking them avast shouldn't find anything on your system.