Re: Iceweasel Latest update stealing bandwidth uselessly
On Mon, 08 Dec 2014, Alex wrote:
> Extensions and/or add-ons installed:-
> DivX Browser Plug-in
> Gnome Shell Integration
> iTunes Applications Detector
> mplayerplug-in is now gecko-mediaplayer 1.0.6
> Quicktime Plug-in 7.6.9
> Realplayer 9
> Shockwave Flash 22.214.171.1241
> Shockwave Flash 12.1.r601
> Skype Buttons for Kopote
> VLC Web Plugin
> Windows Media Player Plug-in
> DownloadHelper 4.9.24
> DownThenAll! 2.0.17
> Flash Video Downloader Full HD Di=ownload (4K) 6.8.3
> Flashblock 1.5.17
> Flashgot 126.96.36.199
> TrackMeNot 0.8.13
> WorldIP 3.0.8
Meh, disable them all and check if that helps.
> Some of the traffic is on HTTP, but most (and most persistent) is on
> HTTPS. It starts off with a number (4 - 8?) of 74.125.237.xxx
Disable OCSP. Does it fix things?
There's a lot of crap the browser will check before it tries to connect
somewhere. And while you are usually better off with some of them disabled,
this is not true for everything.
At some point it is going to be easier to just tcpdump -X -s1600 (or use
wireshark) the offending traffic, and looking at what is inside.
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