. Port Explorer from DiamondCS was great… as it really can detect all activities of those ports used by our system when we’re connected to net. And even if I’m not an advanced user I know that it’s very powerful and very useful for detecting those “unseen” connections. I can even consider this program as one of the most interesting to use aside from being one of the most important for “security conscious web surfers”. This could be one of the best software program in tandem to our Anti-Trojan and Firewall software protections. I am in the process of trying to evaluate Port Explorer but unluckily I’ve only tried it for a day, coz in the next day that I tried to used it… it didn’t open anymore and it just says that I have already used it 50 times or 30 days, and when I hit the ok button it just directs me to the DiamondCS website to buy this product. I have no choice but to remove the program in my pc as I am not yet ready to purchase it. I was very surprised how fast it stayed and gone in my pc, well, just like a bubble suddenly disappeared in front of me. Maybe, I’ve hit something on that program that have triggered the end of the supposed to be 30 days of evaluation testing. Anyway…even if I’ve only tried it for a day I found out that the program is very impressive.. but for now I’m not yet ready to buy it. This program is not free… did you know some free alternative software that comes close to DiamondCS Port Explorer, that can also detects those suspicious connections high lightened in red? Coz as of now… I only knew and was using TCP View from sysinternals.com for viewing all of the ports activities for assisting my firewall. TCP view of sysinternals is also very useful but the problem was that it didn’t indicate whether the connections are suspicious or legitimates like what Port Explorer do.