User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322) Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 First, I assumed that it was a trojan/worm...then I ran the full system scan thru anti-virus using the latest DAT file...theres nothing being found. The Mozilla would open the port 1037 after the prolonged use in browsing and send/recieve the constant excessive unneccessary packets...I can't really locate where its coming from. But all I know its coming from mozilla because when I closed the mozilla down the packet stopped coming in and out. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Open Mozilla 2. Browse around any of forums like slashdot or something for a hour or two 3. Notice the Recieve/Transmit LED blinking like nuts while the browser is on idle. Actual Results: 4. Close mozilla and notice the LED stop receving/transmitting Expected Results: I don't know if it is bug or hidden worm or something...I think it needs to be checked.
Does it stop when you hit "offline" (lower right "plug"?)
We've never found any evidence of this, hard to know what to fix. Clearing confidential flag to get more eyes on the problem, but will probably be closed WFM.
WFM. Please reopen if you still see this with a new version of Mozilla or Firefox, and please run netstat to find out what IPs/hosts Mozilla is incorrectly connecting to.