Requirements:

Windows
The software
Intro
You’re with Eduardorandom, today I’m going to talk about a software that shows the TCP and UDP connections on the installed computer. Im a college student that uses the internet on my school allot, but one thing colleges don’t tell is how they monitor a person. A software that can help out is called TCPview which means that it will allow a person to view the connection of TCP.  The software also has TCPvcon does the same as TCPview, but it a command version. TCPview is easier to use even if the user interface feels like windows xp rather than TCPvcon. To use TCPvcon, an example on how to use it is available on the site’s download page on the bottom.  With that said, let’s get started to give your device more options!
How to Download
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897437.aspx
What is TCP and UDP?
TCP:
UDP
Windows Navigation Bar:
File

  • WHOIS on selected item
  • Close selected item connection
  • Copy: All from left to right
  • Save data
  • Save data as a certain name
  • Exit to close the software

Options

  • Show unconnected endpoints
  • Resolve address
  • Always on top
  • Font

Process

  • Process properties on selected item
  • End process

View

  • Update speed
  • Refresh screen

Help

  • Help
  • About the program

Advantages:
View TCP ad UDP connections
Disconnect connections
View only online connections
Disadvantages:
None so far
How to use:
Extract
Price:
Free and Donation version
Tested on:
Toshiba Satellite Laptop
Version
Windows 7

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