Check What Your PC is Connecting To.

  gengiscant 23 Nov 11

Using CurrPorts to Check What Your PC is Connecting To

Use CurrPorts, to display a list of all currently opened TCP/IP and UDP ports on your local computer. It is a portable program and doesn’t need to be installed. To use it, extract the .zip file you downloaded (see the link at the end) and run cports.exe.

For each port that CurrPorts lists, information about the process that opened the port is displayed. You can select connections and close them, copy a port’s information to the clipboard or save it to an HTML file, an XML file, or a tab-delimited text file. You can reorder the columns displayed on the CurrPorts main window and in the files you save. To sort the list by a specific column, simply click on the header of that column.ou can use the tool to look for things like malware connections to Ukraine or software with automatic updaters.


  lucky1 23 Nov 11

Sounds an interesting tool gengiscant but unable to open your link.

  gengiscant 23 Nov 11

My apologies,although it might not have been my fault. Try again

  spuds 23 Nov 11

Very interesting program.

I also checked at the bottom of the download page, and clicked on ' Go To Network Tools Page'. Some very interesting downloads there, that might be worth considering!.

  gengiscant 23 Nov 11

Another one I recommend from the same place is Bluescreen viewer, excellent bit of software.


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