Yes, it does.
The example eats up sockets…
Socket newSock = listenSocket.Accept();
-> newSock.SetSocketOption(SocketOptionLevel.Socket, SocketOptionName.DontLinger, true);
string s = “Hallo World”;
byte messageBytes = Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(s);
Will cause the socket to close and one can hit update “F5” in the browser forever - but the auto update browser will fail.
I have got the point and will make some code that keep the connect to the browser as long as it is connected. Socket newSock = listenSocket.Accept(); should be use one time only in a connection - and not as an update request detector.