I just installed a Debookee trial on my MacBook Pro (ML 10.8.2) and notice massive amounts of traffic between my MB and livechatinc.com. For example:
Can anyone let me know what is going on here? It certainly doesn't look right to me. Have I inadvertently installed some malware or is some software communicating with their servers? Spotify, Evernote or Dropbox maybe?
I have never heard of livechatinc (although I see what they do from their website) and don't use chat software.
Nathan, one of Debookee's developper, here.
What is possible is that you've got a web page launched which has chat features. LiveChatInc seems to be used by major companies (although it has recently and silently been breached, see: http://seclists.org/fulldisclosure/2012/Oct/191), and can be included in web pages of other websites.
To test it, close all your browsers and see if still any traffic.
If yes, then it comes from an installed 'soft', if not, then go step by step opening websites and you'll identify it easily.
Make me think that it could be a nice feature in Debookee to see from which application the network traffic is originating: Browsers / applications / Mac OS internals ...