Alright, so I was browsing some potentially murky/unsafe websites on my Galaxy S3 when I had a horrible system crash, and ever since this crash I've noticed some strange things going on on my phone: 1. Everything is noticeably slower, and there are occasional 3-5 second freezes. 2. If I use OS Monitor to examine system activity, I always see a process listening on a bunch of ports like 55555 and 55556, but the name of this process is different every time I look. 3. If I go into Settings -> Application Manager -> All, click on the current name of the app listening on the ports above, and check its permissions, it always turns out that the app happens to have permission to do about 100 things, from "add or modify calendar events and send email to guests without owners' knowledge" to "directly call phone numbers", you name it -- way more permissions than even a typical system-level process. SO, Galaxy S3 owners, I'd be eternally grateful if someone could go into Settings -> Application Manager -> All on their phone & check permissions on a few apps (listed below). Do they have 100+ permissions to do everything under the sun on your phone too? Lcdtest DttSupport TMServerApp I know these are legitimate names of system processes that are supposed to be present, but I'm paranoid that on my phone they might've been replaced with hacked versions. If someone could reassure me that they really are supposed to have permission to do literally everything to my system, I'd be grateful!