How do we interpret the Firewall log events?

[font=tahoma]I wasn’t aware of the logs until I checked it today.
The logs tell me that Mozilla Firefox was attempted to connect to a IP address (it sorta tells me it’s from Russia from WhoIs[63.246.147.200]) from the ports in the 2000s (mine) to port 843 (theirs). The protocol was TCP and it was blocked by Comodo.

What can I conclude from the logs? This is a bad IP address that’s attempting to connect to mine?

All I can find regarding Port 843 is that it is the default port used by Adobe Flash for checking security policies.
Dennis

I love how convinient and high tech
it is to look into my log
and see activity that happens on my computer
its so convinient
It does it for me and i just read it

But when it is blocked (Mozilla Firefox was given a “Browser only” rule in the Firewall) does it mean that Firefox requested something that it was not looking for?

[font=tahoma]Also came across another intrusion. It was coming from Mozilla Firefox. It seems that it was trying to access “38.102.35.68” via Port 82. It was blocked. Firefox has a “Browser Only” rule.

But when it is blocked (Mozilla Firefox was given a "Browser only" rule in the Firewall) does it mean that Firefox requested something that it was not looking for?
[font=tahoma]I would like help, please.