The host of that IP is supposedly ocsp.comodoca.com where OCSP probably stands for Online Certificate Status Protocol and the “comodoCA” probably means it has to do with Comodo’s Certificate Authority business and not any of their other products. By the way, do you use any other Comodo products like Comodo Dragon or Chromodo etc? If so then it could also be originating from those.
When you reinstalled, did you wipe the tablet or restore the OS? If you chose to use Comodo DNS when you installed CIS, uninstalling CIS may have not returned your machine to its default DNS setting. You may still be using Comodo DNS. You should check to be sure:
That leads me to believe what you are seeing is caused by visiting a website using a Comodo certificate which points to the OCSP in question and then your browser sends a request to the OCSP in question which results in you seeing the traffic. Looks normal to me.
if you are seeing any Comodo certificate (if you are in this forum, you will of course see a Comodo SSL certificate), then it will check the status of it using OCSP protocol.
Considering that over 40% of the ssl certificates in the world are Comodo certificates Usage Statistics and Market Share of SSL Certificate Authorities for Websites, April 2023 , you will see the communication with our OCSP protocol 40% of the time when visiting an HTTPS secured site.