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

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Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2017 11:38:01 +0200
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En 20.04.2017 12:28, John *Corliss escribió:
estoy corriendo *Firefox 52.0.2 (32-bit) en *XP SP de MCE3. He bloqueado todo
*telemetry, bloqueó actualizar de todas mis extensiones, bloqueado automático
actualizando del navegador él, de hecho ido a aproximadamente:*config y sacado
muchos *URLs. He bloqueado el programa de comprobar para
certificados. Mi página de casa es aproximadamente:espacio. Nuevo *tabs abierto a aproximadamente:espacio.

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

Si utilizo *Nirsoft *CurrPorts para cerrar aquella conexión, después de 60 segundos
él *reconnects a aquel mismo *server.

He utilizado *Wireshark para examinar los paquetes, pero soy incapaz de ver
cualquier cosa útil porque son *encrypted mayoritariamente.

Y todo de esto es sin mí incluso yendo a un *website.

Hace cualquiera cualquier idea lo que yendo en aquí?

Control con *Autoruns si hay algún sospechoso *apps corriendo en *login.
*https://*technet.*microsoft.*com/Él-él/*sysinternals/*bb963902
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On 20.04.2017 12:28, John Corliss wrote:
I'm running Firefox 52.0.2 (32-bit) on XP MCE SP3. I've blocked all
telemetry, blocked updating of all my extensions, blocked automatic
updating of the browser itself, actually gone into about:config and
removed many URLs. I've blocked the program from checking for
certificates. My home page is about:blank. New tabs open to about:blank.

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

If I use Nirsoft's CurrPorts to close that connection, after 60 seconds
it reconnects to that same server.

I've used Wireshark to examine the packets, but am unable to see
anything useful because they're encrypted for the most part.

And all of this is without me even going to a website.

Does anybody any idea what's going on here?

Check with Autoruns if there are some suspicious apps running at login.
https://technet.microsoft.com/it-it/sysinternals/bb963902
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