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So, I'm suspecting from some malicious activiy on my PC so I perform a WireShark scan once in a while.

When I open my Steam account in another PC, the activity on WireShark looks pretty normal.

But when I open Steam on my main PC, once in a while this shows on WireShark:

"GET /my/tradeoffers/ HTTP/1.1" "GET /id/mysteamnickname/tradeoffers HTTP/1.1"

Protocol: TCP

For those who not know, those links are required to accept trade offers (sending or receiving Steam itens to others). But I never check those links when I log in, and specially that day I did not.

On my other PC, a notebook, when I open Steam these lines does not appear at WireShark.

Does anyone can help me on what this might mean?

asked 31 Aug '15, 23:23

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André Guimarães
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edited 31 Aug '15, 23:24

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