Recently, I started noticing these constant connects to clouldfront.net domains. These start the minute the home page displays. Research shows cloudfront.net is a Amazon content provider like Akamai. You cannot block it in your browser directly. Cloudfront.net has a checkered past. Strangely WOT rates it OK. IE9 privacy tracking protection immediately blocks a rum.js script in it so it's definitely tracking you. There is a malware version of cloudfront.net but my PC is clean of that one. So where did this sucker come from? A lot more research shows Flash bundles the turkey in it's update download. OK .............. My Flashplayer settings block everything and nothing is allowed to run. Forgot FlashPlayer updates always sets on the options to allow Flash to store its various components "to speed up" things. So I set off all those options and delete everything. Whalla, no more cloudfront.net connections. Adobe - you suck mega time!