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  1. #1
    Kat Rabun
    Guest

    Comodo freeware reports TCP listening on two (seemingly random) ports

    Is it normal for Firefox to listen on two random TCP ports every time?

    Here's what happens ...

    Bringing Firefox 3.6.2 freeware up (set by default to a blank page for this
    test) on WinXP SP3 with Comodo Internet Security 3.14 firewall freeware
    reporting Firefox begins "listening" on TCP port 1570 and 1572.

    Closing & opening Firefox again (on a blank page by default), now Firefox
    is listening on TCP ports 1577 and 1579.

    Closing & reopening, Comodo reports Firefox begins listening on TCP ports
    1599 and 1601. Repeating, it's listening on ports 1643 and 1645. Then 1647
    and 1649. Then 1651 and 1653. Then 1680 & 1682. Then 1689 & 1691.

    Debugging, I bring up IE 8.0 on a blank page, yet I don't see any ports
    opened for listening; so it's just Firefox related.

    The Firefox Tools->Add-Ons are all set to disable for this test (Adblock
    Plus 1.1.3 freeware, Flash Video Resources Downloader 1.0.3 freeware,
    Flashblock 1.5.11.2 freeware, Java Console 6.0.18 freeware, Java Quick
    Starter 1.0 freeware, Microsoft .NET Framework Assistant 0.0.0 freeware).

    Two questions:
    Does Firefox open two random ports for listening when you start it on a
    blank page?

    If not, do you have any suggestions for debugging what these ports are
    doing?




  2. #2
    Kat Rabun
    Guest

    Re: Comodo freeware reports TCP listening on two (seemingly random) ports

    On Sun, 28 Mar 2010 12:08:45 +0000 (UTC), Kat Rabun wrote:

    > Two questions:
    > Does Firefox open two random ports for listening when you start it on a
    > blank page?


    Rebooting, and opening Firefox to a blank page by default, it starts at
    1025 and 1027. Restart Firefox and it goes to 1030 & 1032. Then 1036 &
    1038. Then 1040 & 1042. Then 1044 & 1046. And so on.

    Netstat reports which process is opening the suspect ports:
    C:\Documents and Settings\kathleen> netstat -o

    Active Connections

    Proto Local Address Foreign Address State PID
    TCP Kat:1044 localhost:1045 ESTABLISHED 2972
    TCP Kat:1045 localhost:1044 ESTABLISHED 2972
    TCP Kat:1046 localhost:1047 ESTABLISHED 2972
    TCP Kat:1047 localhost:1046 ESTABLISHED 2972

    Process explorer freeware reports process 2972 is Firefox.exe.

    Googling, I see Firefox sometimes does a loopback to 127.0.0.1
    (https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=100154) but I don't see any
    indication in the netstat that this problem is the same as that known
    Firefox bug.

    Do you get two ports opened for listening when you open Firefox on Winxp?


  3. #3
    Kat Rabun
    Guest

    Re: Comodo freeware reports TCP listening on two (seemingly random) ports

    On Sun, 28 Mar 2010 12:46:37 +0000 (UTC), Kat Rabun wrote:

    > Do you get two ports opened for listening when you open Firefox on Winxp?


    As a sanity check, Firefox Tools->Options->Advanced->Update is completely
    turned off (none of the three options are checked, Firefox, Add-Ons, &
    Search Engines).

    Also "Live Bookmarks" & RSS feeds were long ago disabled using
    "about:config" and then right clicking reset on "browser.feeds.handler"
    which is set to "ask".

    Also, for this test, the Firefox Anti-phishing and Anti-malware list
    updating was turned off. (Tools->Options->Security->Block reported web
    forgeries and Tools->Options->Security->Block reported attack sites).

    And, for this test, Firefox link prefetching was also turned off in
    "about:config" by setting "network.prefetch-next" to "false".

    Still, Firefox opens two ports each time it opens.

    Does your firefox open two ports for listening when it opens up?

  4. #4
    Kat Rabun
    Guest

    Re: Comodo freeware reports TCP listening on two (seemingly random) ports

    On Sun, 28 Mar 2010 13:03:39 +0000 (UTC), Kat Rabun wrote:

    > Does your firefox open two ports for listening when it opens up?


    Searching for all the things that Firefox could be doing, for this test, I
    disabled "Extension blocklist updating" in "about:config" by setting
    "extensions.blocklist.enabled" to "false".

    Also, for this test, I disabled "Live title updating" in "about:config" by
    setting "browser.microsummary.enabled" to "false".

    As a sanity check, I have no downloads that could be restarting ... so, I
    wonder ... am I infected with malware?

    Yet, Firefox still opens two outbound TCP port connections for listening.

    Do you have any suggestions to help me debug why Firefox opens up two ports
    for listening every time it opens up?

  5. #5
    Kat Rabun
    Guest

    Re: Comodo freeware reports TCP listening on two (seemingly random) ports

    > Bringing Firefox 3.6.2 freeware up (set by default to a blank page for this
    > test) on WinXP SP3 with Comodo Internet Security 3.14 firewall freeware
    > reporting Firefox begins "listening" on TCP port 1570 and 1572.
    >
    > Closing & opening Firefox again (on a blank page by default), now Firefox
    > is listening on TCP ports 1577 and 1579.
    >
    > Closing & reopening, Comodo reports Firefox begins listening on TCP ports
    > 1599 and 1601. Repeating, it's listening on ports 1643 and 1645. Then 1647
    > and 1649. Then 1651 and 1653. Then 1680 & 1682. Then 1689 & 1691.


    After disabling everything I could think of which might make Firefox open a
    port connection, I even started Firefox 3.6.2 in safe mode using:

    Start->Run->firefox -safe-mode

    With nothing checked in the resulting form, I then pressed "Continue in
    safe mode".

    Comodo and netstat still reported Firefox (process ID 3120 in this case),
    opened up two ports for listening:

    C:\Documents and Settings\kathleen>netstat -o

    Active Connections

    Proto Local Address Foreign Address State PID
    TCP Kat:1386 localhost:1387 ESTABLISHED 3120
    TCP Kat:1387 localhost:1386 ESTABLISHED 3120
    TCP Kat:1388 localhost:1389 ESTABLISHED 3120
    TCP Kat:1389 localhost:1388 ESTABLISHED 3120

    Likewise, Comodo reported Firefox opened TCP ports 1386 and 1388 for
    listening in this test.

    Why is Firefox 3.6.2 always opening two ports for listening every time it
    opens up?



  6. #6
    Slarty
    Guest

    Re: Comodo freeware reports TCP listening on two (seemingly random) ports

    On Sun, 28 Mar 2010 12:08:45 +0000 (UTC), Kat Rabun wrote:

    > Is it normal for Firefox to listen on two random TCP ports every time?
    >
    > Here's what happens ...
    >
    > Bringing Firefox 3.6.2 freeware up (set by default to a blank page for this
    > test) on WinXP SP3 with Comodo Internet Security 3.14 firewall freeware
    > reporting Firefox begins "listening" on TCP port 1570 and 1572.
    >


    You have not mentioned the remote address at the other end of those
    established connections.

    Try using Prcess Hacker and opening the network tab to get better
    information on the processes. A Whois may give you a better idea, plus you
    can then close the process down at the same time. Make a note of he remote
    IP address for future reference/investigation.

    A most useful little application available at Sourceforge and elsewhere.

    I'm rather prejudiced against 'software fire walls' such as you are using,
    so my bet is on Commodo. Other prime candidates Google, built into Firefox
    of course, and Micrsoft. Thus all the usual suspects. You realise that
    Google behaves in some rather sneaky ways once you start tracking it.

    Cheers,

    Roy

  7. #7
    Poutnik
    Guest

    Re: Comodo freeware reports TCP listening on two (seemingly random) ports

    In article <honldi$atm$1@tioat.net>, katspianostudioXXX@Use-Author-
    Supplied-Address.invalid says...
    >
    >
    > Active Connections
    >
    > Proto Local Address Foreign Address State PID
    > TCP Kat:1386 localhost:1387 ESTABLISHED 3120
    > TCP Kat:1387 localhost:1386 ESTABLISHED 3120
    > TCP Kat:1388 localhost:1389 ESTABLISHED 3120
    > TCP Kat:1389 localhost:1388 ESTABLISHED 3120
    >
    > Likewise, Comodo reported Firefox opened TCP ports 1386 and 1388 for
    > listening in this test.
    >
    > Why is Firefox 3.6.2 always opening two ports for listening every time it
    > opens up?


    Important is what interface is used for connections and listening.
    All connections above are local. Firefox uses
    TCP local inter modele communication as many other programs.
    I also guess it is listening on loopback localhost interface 127.0.0.1

    --
    Poutnik
    The best depends on how the best is defined.

  8. #8
    Kat Rabun
    Guest

    Re: Comodo freeware reports TCP listening on two (seemingly random) ports

    On Sun, 28 Mar 2010 20:23:42 +0200, Poutnik wrote:

    > In article <honldi$atm$1@tioat.net>, katspianostudioXXX@Use-Author-
    > Supplied-Address.invalid says...
    >>
    >> Active Connections
    >>
    >> Proto Local Address Foreign Address State PID
    >> TCP Kat:1386 localhost:1387 ESTABLISHED 3120
    >> TCP Kat:1387 localhost:1386 ESTABLISHED 3120
    >> TCP Kat:1388 localhost:1389 ESTABLISHED 3120
    >> TCP Kat:1389 localhost:1388 ESTABLISHED 3120
    >>
    >> Likewise, Comodo reported Firefox opened TCP ports 1386 and 1388 for
    >> listening in this test.
    >>
    >> Why is Firefox 3.6.2 always opening two ports for listening every time it
    >> opens up?

    >
    > Important is what interface is used for connections and listening.
    > All connections above are local. Firefox uses
    > TCP local inter modele communication as many other programs.
    > I also guess it is listening on loopback localhost interface 127.0.0.1


    Thanks! That was so easy.

    Jesus am I a stupid wanker!!

  9. #9
    bitte
    Guest

    Re: Comodo freeware reports TCP listening on two (seemingly random) ports

    >Subject: Re: Comodo freeware reports TCP listening on two (seemingly
    random) ports
    >From: Slarty <plink.1RoyTubb@spamgourmet.net>
    >Newsgroups: alt.comp.freeware,alt.internet.wireless
    >Reply-To: plink.1RoyTubb@spamgourmet.net
    >
    >On Sun, 28 Mar 2010 12:08:45 +0000 (UTC), Kat Rabun wrote:
    >
    >> Is it normal for Firefox to listen on two random TCP ports every time?
    >>
    >> Here's what happens ...
    >>
    >> Bringing Firefox 3.6.2 freeware up (set by default to a blank page for

    this
    >> test) on WinXP SP3 with Comodo Internet Security 3.14 firewall

    freeware
    >> reporting Firefox begins "listening" on TCP port 1570 and 1572.


    I use FF and have had to block its phoning home at regular intervals.
    I consider the version I am using to be spyware, but I believe I have
    blocked it.

    >>

    >
    >You have not mentioned the remote address at the other end of those
    >established connections.
    >
    >Try using Prcess Hacker and opening the network tab to get better
    >information on the processes. A Whois may give you a better idea, plus

    you
    >can then close the process down at the same time. Make a note of he

    remote
    >IP address for future reference/investigation.
    >


    >A most useful little application available at Sourceforge and elsewhere.



    Don't see any manual, is there one? Why is it any better than process
    manager?

    >
    >I'm rather prejudiced against 'software fire walls' such as you are

    using,
    >so my bet is on Commodo. Other prime candidates Google, built into

    Firefox
    >of course, and Micrsoft. Thus all the usual suspects. You realise that
    >Google behaves in some rather sneaky ways once you start tracking it.
    >
    >Cheers,
    >
    >Roy
    >
    >


  10. #10
    Kat Rabun
    Guest

    Re: Comodo freeware reports TCP listening on two (seemingly random) ports

    On Sun, 28 Mar 2010 15:23:51 -0400, Kat Rabun wrote:

    > On Sun, 28 Mar 2010 20:23:42 +0200, Poutnik wrote:
    >
    >> In article <honldi$atm$1@tioat.net>, katspianostudioXXX@Use-Author-
    >> Supplied-Address.invalid says...
    >>>
    >>> Active Connections
    >>>
    >>> Proto Local Address Foreign Address State PID
    >>> TCP Kat:1386 localhost:1387 ESTABLISHED 3120
    >>> TCP Kat:1387 localhost:1386 ESTABLISHED 3120
    >>> TCP Kat:1388 localhost:1389 ESTABLISHED 3120
    >>> TCP Kat:1389 localhost:1388 ESTABLISHED 3120
    >>>
    >>> Likewise, Comodo reported Firefox opened TCP ports 1386 and 1388 for
    >>> listening in this test.
    >>>
    >>> Why is Firefox 3.6.2 always opening two ports for listening every time it
    >>> opens up?

    >>
    >> Important is what interface is used for connections and listening.
    >> All connections above are local. Firefox uses
    >> TCP local inter modele communication as many other programs.
    >> I also guess it is listening on loopback localhost interface 127.0.0.1

    >
    > Thanks! That was so easy.
    >
    > Jesus am I a stupid wanker!!


    That was a forgery!

    X-Authenticated-User: $$n3417yjc_wi1utyikkrb5b1k
    NNTP-Posting-Host: $$5lonjgdxpj7l67.news.x-privat.org
    Date: Sun, 28 Mar 2010 15:23:51 -0400

  11. #11
    Kat Rabun
    Guest

    Re: Comodo freeware reports TCP listening on two (seemingly random) ports

    On Sun, 28 Mar 2010 17:11:19 +0100, Slarty wrote:

    >> Is it normal for Firefox to listen on two random TCP ports every time?

    > You have not mentioned the remote address at the other end of those
    > established connections.
    >
    > Try using Prcess Hacker and opening the network tab


    I installed Process Hacker 1.11 freeware from:
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/proc...processhacker/

    It's scary that Process Hacker modifies the antivirus freeware (I sure hope
    it's not malware in disguise) before it can start working.

    Once it starts, the Process Hacker "Processes" tab looks similar to that of
    Process Explorer v11.21 freeware; but there are two other tabs in Process
    Hacker (Services, & Network).

    In the Network tab of Process Hacker, the only thing I have before I start
    Firefox (with anti-virus turned off) is:

    Process: LocalAddress: LocalPort: RemoteAddress: RemotePort: Protocol:
    State:
    System (4) 0.0.0.0 445 0.0.0.0 24708 TCP Listening
    System (4) Kat (192.168.1.200) 139 0.0.0.0 24708 TCP Listening
    System (4) Kat (192.168.1.200) 137 - - UDP -
    System (4) 0.0.0.0 445 - - UDP -
    System (4) 0.0.0.0 138 - - UDP -

    When I start Firefox to a blank page, 4 more entries arise:
    firefox.exe(3868) Kat(127.0.0.1) 2522 Kat(127.0.0.1) 2521 TCP Established
    firefox.exe(3868) Kat(127.0.0.1) 2523 Kat(127.0.0.1) 2524 TCP Established
    firefox.exe(3868) Kat(127.0.0.1) 2521 Kat(127.0.0.1) 2522 TCP Established
    firefox.exe(3868) Kat(127.0.0.1) 2524 Kat(127.0.0.1) 2523 TCP Established

    At the same time, Comodo tells me only about ports 2523 & 2521:
    TCP Listening:2523
    TCP Listening:2521

    Does this help to figure out what is going on with those two ports opened
    up by Firefox?

  12. #12
    VanguardLH
    Guest

    Re: Comodo freeware reports TCP listening on two (seemingly random) ports

    Kat Rabun wrote:

    > ...
    > Does this help to figure out what is going on with those two ports opened
    > up by Firefox?


    Since this all focuses on Firefox, wouldn't asking in a newsgroup with a
    community focused on that product produce better responses? If your NNTP
    server doesn't carry the mozilla.* newsgroups, you can connect your NNTP
    client to news.mozilla.org. There are Firefox groups there. If the users
    there don't know, someone might know how to contact the Mozilla development
    group to inquire about these ghost connects.

  13. #13
    Poutnik
    Guest

    Re: Comodo freeware reports TCP listening on two (seemingly random) ports

    In article <hopg9a$ptt$1@tioat.net>, katspianostudioXXX@Use-Author-
    Supplied-Address.invalid says...
    >
    >
    > When I start Firefox to a blank page, 4 more entries arise:
    > firefox.exe(3868) Kat(127.0.0.1) 2522 Kat(127.0.0.1) 2521 TCP Established
    > firefox.exe(3868) Kat(127.0.0.1) 2523 Kat(127.0.0.1) 2524 TCP Established
    > firefox.exe(3868) Kat(127.0.0.1) 2521 Kat(127.0.0.1) 2522 TCP Established
    > firefox.exe(3868) Kat(127.0.0.1) 2524 Kat(127.0.0.1) 2523 TCP Established
    >
    > At the same time, Comodo tells me only about ports 2523 & 2521:
    > TCP Listening:2523
    > TCP Listening:2521
    >
    > Does this help to figure out what is going on with those two ports opened
    > up by Firefox?


    did not I explain it before ?

    FF created loopback TCP connection No 1
    from port 2522 to port 2521 of listening FF.
    FF created loopback TCP connection No 2
    from port 2524 to port 2523 of listening FF.
    FF is still loopback listening on portes 2521, 2523.

    Said by other words, FF is connecting to itself.

    --
    Poutnik
    The best depends on how the best is defined.

  14. #14
    bod43
    Guest

    Re: Comodo freeware reports TCP listening on two (seemingly random)ports

    On 29 Mar, 12:56, Poutnik <m...@privacy.net> wrote:
    > In article <hopg9a$pt...@tioat.net>, katspianostudioXXX@Use-Author-
    > Supplied-Address.invalid says...
    >
    >
    >
    > > When I start Firefox to a blank page, 4 more entries arise:
    > > firefox.exe(3868) Kat(127.0.0.1) 2522 Kat(127.0.0.1) 2521 TCP Established
    > > firefox.exe(3868) Kat(127.0.0.1) 2523 Kat(127.0.0.1) 2524 TCP Established
    > > firefox.exe(3868) Kat(127.0.0.1) 2521 Kat(127.0.0.1) 2522 TCP Established
    > > firefox.exe(3868) Kat(127.0.0.1) 2524 Kat(127.0.0.1) 2523 TCP Established

    >
    > > At the same time, Comodo tells me only about ports 2523 & 2521:
    > > TCP Listening:2523
    > > TCP Listening:2521

    >
    > > Does this help to figure out what is going on with those two ports opened
    > > up by Firefox?

    >
    > did not I explain it before ?
    >
    > FF created loopback TCP connection No 1
    > from port 2522 to port 2521 *of listening FF.
    > FF created loopback TCP connection No 2
    > from port 2524 to port 2523 *of listening FF.
    > FF is still loopback listening on portes 2521, 2523.
    >
    > Said by other words, FF is connecting to itself.


    I agree with this interpretation.

    This form of inter process communication will be
    portable across all platforms and would be a good
    design choice for Firefox.

    I guess that in this case it's inter-thread communications.
    Thread being a 'lightweight process'.

    Nothing spooky anyway.

  15. #15
    Anonymous
    Guest

    Re: Comodo freeware reports TCP listening on two (seemingly random)

    Kat Rabun wrote:

    > Proto Local Address Foreign Address State PID
    > TCP Kat:1386 localhost:1387 ESTABLISHED 3120
    > TCP Kat:1387 localhost:1386 ESTABLISHED 3120
    > TCP Kat:1388 localhost:1389 ESTABLISHED 3120
    > TCP Kat:1389 localhost:1388 ESTABLISHED 3120


    See, this is why clueless rubes shouldn't be given too much information.
    You've spent all morning in a panic, ****ing up your system trying to
    "fix" something that's perfectly normal.

    FREE CLUE:

    Look up the meaning of "localhost" if you're too ****ing stupid to figure
    out that it actually DOES mean "local host".

  16. #16
    za kAT
    Guest

    Re: Comodo freeware reports TCP listening on two (seemingly random) ports

    On Mon, 29 Mar 2010 05:18:55 -0500, VanguardLH wrote:

    > Kat Rabun wrote:
    >
    >> ...
    >> Does this help to figure out what is going on with those two ports opened
    >> up by Firefox?

    >
    > Since this all focuses on Firefox, wouldn't asking in a newsgroup with a
    > community focused on that product produce better responses? If your NNTP
    > server doesn't carry the mozilla.* newsgroups, you can connect your NNTP
    > client to news.mozilla.org. There are Firefox groups there. If the users
    > there don't know, someone might know how to contact the Mozilla development
    > group to inquire about these ghost connects.


    Sure it would but John Stubbings aka Kat Rabun needs his Usenet fix
    here. Luv and freindhshit, you know.

    We support Bear Bottoms.
    --
    zakAT@pooh.the.cat - www.zakATsKopterChat.com

  17. #17
    Kat Rabun
    Guest

    Re: Comodo freeware reports TCP listening on two (seemingly random) ports

    On Mon, 29 Mar 2010 05:18:55 -0500, VanguardLH wrote:

    > Kat Rabun wrote:
    >
    >> ...
    >> Does this help to figure out what is going on with those two ports opened
    >> up by Firefox?

    >
    > Since this all focuses on Firefox, wouldn't asking in a newsgroup with a
    > community focused on that product produce better responses? If your NNTP
    > server doesn't carry the mozilla.* newsgroups, you can connect your NNTP
    > client to news.mozilla.org. There are Firefox groups there. If the users
    > there don't know, someone might know how to contact the Mozilla development
    > group to inquire about these ghost connects.


    You're no help.

    *SHADDUP*

    Respectfully,

    John Stubbings

  18. #18
    za kAT
    Guest

    Re: Comodo freeware reports TCP listening on two (seemingly random)

    On Mon, 29 Mar 2010 14:50:23 +0000 (UTC), Anonymous wrote:

    > Kat Rabun wrote:
    >
    >> Proto Local Address Foreign Address State PID
    >> TCP Kat:1386 localhost:1387 ESTABLISHED 3120
    >> TCP Kat:1387 localhost:1386 ESTABLISHED 3120
    >> TCP Kat:1388 localhost:1389 ESTABLISHED 3120
    >> TCP Kat:1389 localhost:1388 ESTABLISHED 3120

    >
    > See, this is why clueless rubes shouldn't be given too much information.
    > You've spent all morning in a panic, ****ing up your system trying to
    > "fix" something that's perfectly normal.
    >
    > FREE CLUE:
    >
    > Look up the meaning of "localhost" if you're too ****ing stupid to figure
    > out that it actually DOES mean "local host".


    lol
    --
    zakAT@pooh.the.cat - www.zakATsKopterChat.com

  19. #19
    Slarty
    Guest

    Re: Comodo freeware reports TCP listening on two (seemingly random) ports

    On Sun, 28 Mar 2010 21:13:57 +0000 (UTC), bitte wrote:

    > Don't see any manual, is there one? Why is it any better than process
    > manager?


    I can't see the need for one, so I've not looked. If you don't understand
    what you see, perhaps you'd better call in a friend or whatever who can
    help you understand.

    I like the ability this little application gives you to trace both ends of
    the connection to the sources, in real time, and then terminate the
    connection if required. Try highlighting the suspect process and then right
    clicking to see what I mean. There's nothing wrong at all with Process
    Explorer which I have set up in place of Windows own Task Manager, take a
    look in the Process Explorer Help file. It's just a case of using the best
    tool for a particular job.

    If you take a note of the remote IP and if you are using a router which
    enables you to set up rules based on IPs to prevent outgoing as well as
    incoming connection requests, you should be better able to see what is
    happening. Especially if something stops working! Blocking via a Router, if
    that is what you want, is far more reliable than using any software
    personal 'firewall' - that includes Comodo.

    Cheers,

    Roy

  20. #20
    Slarty
    Guest

    Re: Comodo freeware reports TCP listening on two (seemingly random) ports

    On Mon, 29 Mar 2010 05:37:27 -0700 (PDT), bod43 wrote:

    > Nothing spooky anyway.


    No, more likely just Comodo.

    Cheers,

    Roy

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