TDS3 and netsat

Discussion in 'Trojan Defence Suite' started by md411, Jul 28, 2004.

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  1. md411

    md411 Registered Member

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    Netstat under TDS3 showed this .....

    xxx.0.0.1:1234 xxx.0.0.1: 123

    xxx.0.0.1: 123 xxx.0.0.1: 1234

    These are shown in order...... how do I interpret this? (port numbers are random as I am not showing the true port numbers that TDS3 listed as established.
     
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    Hi Netstat is not as user friendly as Port Explorer :) Which you can get a trial of from here: http://www.diamondcs.com.au/portexplorer/

    Here is mine from TDS3 /netstat.
    Note. The top two entries are my other PC's on my local network
    The next two are known as LocalHost and are your own PC
    The rest are system, none of which are external addresses.

    HTH Pilli
     

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    And here is th much more useful output from Port Explorer:
    Note *.*.*.* are system. The one to the Russian Federation is KAV updat ;)
     

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    Thanks for the reply. I didnt get these before I tried a program called process explorer. I tried Port explorer - it wouldn't kill some processes. I guess the ones it couldn't "kill" were system processes and had to stay ( referring to the ones listed as "listening".
     
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    :) Killing system processes for listening is drastic action indeed. Usually PE will not allow this as the "kill process" is greyed out.
    Process Explorer is an altogether different program which is a powerful replacement for Task Manager.
     
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