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I presume it is some kind of language translation service ("en&trg=es"), but never seen this kind before. Why his use of port 1025? Client was MSIE 6.0. Some extension?
http:// localhost:1025/?src=en&trg=es&op=<t:Option Name%3d"HandleInputEMailPrefixes">1</t:Option><t:Option Name%3d"TransDialog">0</t:Option><t:Option Name%3d"InputTextDomainType">Technical</t:Option><t:Option Name%3d"TranslationSpeed">Balanced</t:Option><t:Option Name%3d"Politeness">Polite</t:Option><t:Option Name%3d"ImperativePlurality">Singular</t:Option><t:Option Name%3d"ShowGLOMs">1</t:Option><t:Option Name%3d"DetectSourceLanguage">0</t:Option>&ModifyWebPageLinks=0&tkt=&url=http:// www.mydomain.com/mypage.html
I've looked around and the only thing I could see was:
Its the manual to a program that seems to translate pages, sort of on-the-fly, and runs off that port. It might need to run a server and therefore use whatever port is available from a firewall, or just randomly selected that one perhaps?
EDIT: Actually, thats Filemaker Pro related (just read the file I originally refererenced and it made no use of any translation service but had lots of translation service junk inside the file (because it changes server GET/POST requests so its translating but not in the way I thought it meant). I'll take another look, my bad sorry!