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

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Subject: Re: Firefox Mantiene prpers queriendo quedar conectado a un Cloudfront server
From: John Corliss via support-firefox <support-firefox@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 22 Apr 2017 00:17:07 -0700
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John *Corliss escribió:
> 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.
> 
> De hecho, que tendría que haber sido 52.84.50.* Porque la dirección de IP varía
> al final.
> 
>> 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?
> 
> No quiero *Firefox a automáticamente conectar a cualquier cosa nada, mucho menos
> insistir a quedar conectado a un *server el tiempo entero soy
> *surfing. Si esto no es debido a *malware, es una traición completa de mi
> confianza por *Mozilla.

*CurrPorts Listas *C:\Archivos de Programa\*Mozilla *Firefox\*nss3.*dll Como ser el
módulo responsable.

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John Corliss wrote:
> 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.
> 
> Actually, that should have been 52.84.50.* because the IP address varies
> at the end.
> 
>> 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?
> 
> I don't want Firefox to automatically connect to anything at all, much
> less insist upon remaining connected to a server the whole time I'm
> surfing. If this isn't due to malware, it's a complete betrayal of my
> trust by Mozilla.

CurrPorts lists C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\nss3.dll as being the
responsible module.

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John Corliss
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