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Since 4.5 the Linux kernel supports the SOCK_DESTROY operation, allowing one to destroy sockets (including those connected to TCP/IP connections) e.g., with ss(8). For example here is an ssh session: $ set | grep SSH_CLIENT SSH_CLIENT='127.0.0.1 52266 22' $ Seeing the connection with ss: # ss dst 127.0.0.1:52266 Netid State Recv-Q Send-Q Local ...


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It would not surprise me at all if this is Dropbox. You have to stay awake long enough (not easy when reading most of what qualifies as cloud-related "news") to find this nugget in the article @ceejayoz linked to: Despite those accidents and everything else, Dropbox made its deadline. And it dropped those contracts with Amazon. The company continues to ...


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The connections you see could simply be web pages employees are surfing that are run from or supported off of AWS or an employee is connecting to their own AWS servers. I have seen a lot where people want to learn about AWS and they do not limit their learning to off company work hours or the company's IT department hasn't met some need of theirs and they ...



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