Self updating webpage
This article explains various reasons why Firefox may make a connection to the Internet and how you can stop it from doing so, if you wish.
Firefox may be updating its blocklist, which is used to block malicious extensions, vulnerable plugins, revoked certificates and graphics drivers known to cause crashes.
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Use Easy Auto Refresh extension instead.) from the Web Store.