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Re: Firefox Mantiene prpers queriendo quedar conectado a un Cloudfront s

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Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2017 14:44:07 -0500
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*Mayayana Escribió en 4/20/2017 2:22 PM:
"John *Corliss" <*r9*jmg0@*xxxxxxxxx> escribió

|
| Todavía, cada tiempo empiezo *Firefox lo establece una conexión a un *Amazon
| *server en 52.84.50.138.
|

    Ningún *info, pero decidí probar mina. Intenta buscar
un *Roku en cada *startup, a pesar de que tengo el servicio
de SSDP imposibilitado. Y al principio *startup lo probado para ir a puerto
119 en 216.166.97.169, *YHC *Corp en Texas. Material
extraño.

    Es la llamada en puerto 80? Bloqueo todos los  puertos pero
53/80/81/443 utilizando un *firewall. (También *XP, utilizando
*Online *Armor.) hay no *defensible razón
para ser que sale a otros puertos.



Puerto 119 es extraño para un navegador desde que es un *NNTP puerto. Me pregunto si que es un *homograph *scam. El fijar para aquello es a *toggle el *punycode *pref a cierto (*default es falso),

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*Ron *K.
*Thunderbird Usuario desde mayo, 2003
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Mayayana wrote on 4/20/2017 2:22 PM:
"John Corliss" <r9jmg0@xxxxxxxxx> wrote

|
| Yet, every time I start Firefox it establishes a connection to an Amazon
| server at 52.84.50.138.
|

    No info, but I decided to test mine. It tries to look
for a Roku on every startup, despite that I have the SSDP
service disabled. And at first startup it tried to go to
port 119 at 216.166.97.169, YHC Corp in Texas. Weird
stuff.

    Is the call on port 80? I block all ports but
53/80/81/443 using a firewall. (Also XP, using
Online Armor.) There's no defensible reason
to be going out to other ports.



Port 119 is odd for a browser since that is a NNTP port. I wonder if that is a homograph scam. The fix for that is to toggle the punycode pref to true (default is false),

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Ron K.
Thunderbird user since May, 2003
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