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revised Request on port 843 to fnes.amazon.com only on the login page of amazon
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comment Request on port 843 to fnes.amazon.com only on the login page of amazon
OK, so basically the answer is , it has nothing to do with login, it happens that they use flash (this feature of flash) only in their login page?
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comment Request on port 843 to fnes.amazon.com only on the login page of amazon
@schroeder what did you find after you did that google search? I didn't find much related information.
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comment Request on port 843 to fnes.amazon.com only on the login page of amazon
@chrisMurray mmmm, I think my question is, does it have any security intentions that anybody knows about? what else can it be? on a login page?
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revised Request on port 843 to fnes.amazon.com only on the login page of amazon
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comment Request on port 843 to fnes.amazon.com only on the login page of amazon
my question is, why do they do it? I imagine there is a security motivated reason behind it. This is only in their login page, I imagine it is to better detect bots? or automated attack tools or ...
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