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sleepsleep
IE doing a secret callback packet send/recv when you delete temporarily internet files

just try it on your pc and monitor your network status.

there are tons of secret call back service,
Post 26 Apr 2013, 15:41
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I don't use IE, and it does not have any access through the firewall anyway, so I can't verify what you say. But I would like to see the packet(s) that you captured. I am curious to see what it is sending.
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sleepsleep
i am curious too, the moment i press delete, i saw the network connection blink blink, =)
Post 27 Apr 2013, 04:52
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I'm too curious too see it. :O A sorry,but I'm not on windows at momement. Can you take a screenshot?
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Post 27 Apr 2013, 17:35
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How would I monitor my network to see it ?

Thanks,
Andy
Post 27 Apr 2013, 22:40
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HaHaAnonymous wrote:
I'm not surprised. You can expect everything from them.


I expect everything from web's companies too.
Post 28 Apr 2013, 01:54
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Fixit wrote:
How would I monitor my network to see it ?
You could try Wireshark.
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Fixit wrote:
How would I monitor my network to see it ?

Thanks,
Andy


You can try fiddler too. That's I use on Windows. There's the Charles program too,it's nice(while I used) but suck why is written in java(too slow).
Post 28 Apr 2013, 04:06
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There are some packet editor programs people use to cheat with online games that let you monitor packets for select processes (like a filter)

Microsoft has a freeware packet/frame monitor too but it doesnt allow to monitor per process (not to my awareness)
Post 28 Apr 2013, 07:36
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sleepsleep wrote:
i am curious too, the moment i press delete, i saw the network connection blink blink, =)


Try to run wireshark, and while IE is running then delete those files, and see what packets are sent by IE

Smile
Post 28 Apr 2013, 14:37
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DOS386



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> IE doing a secret callback packet send/recv when you delete temporarily internet files

Steps to fix:

3. Cut the Internet cable
4. Delete IE
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sleepsleep
in fact, open up firefox, ie or etc browser, they will do a init network send/recv too, even with a about:blank page.

be it libreoffice, openoffice or any software inside your pc,
Post 28 Apr 2013, 16:05
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So, sleepsleep, where's your proof?
Post 28 Apr 2013, 20:51
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if IE is running in the background when you delete the files then it's probably just the page(s) being downloaded again. I put this in the "paranoid delusions" category.

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BAiC wrote:
if IE is running in the background when you delete the files then it's probably just the page(s) being downloaded again. I put this in the "paranoid delusions" category.


Me too. I think that some peoples believe that there's some kind of spy on the MS systems(it's in the "general" sense -- not about this thread in specific)
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