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Question about Netstat 11 years 2 months ago #10080

  • daimous
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Is it posible for a particular connection not to be seen when i execute the command netstat -a in my comman prompt.
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Re: Question about Netstat 11 years 2 months ago #10081

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The command is supposed to show all active TCP and UDP connections as well as all ports that are listening. I would say no, unless there is a bug in Windows implementation of it. Are you having this problem?
-Jeremy-
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Re: Question about Netstat 11 years 2 months ago #10082

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no, im not having problem about this...is just that im curious about the thing..who knows, someone is trying to sneak to my computer and he is totally invisible...anyway, tnx for that..but can i get some other comments....
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Re: Question about Netstat 11 years 2 months ago #10084

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On this one I go with the anwser of jwj since entering the NETSTAT command with the –A switch causes NETSTAT to display all connections and listening ports. The result is a list that tells you which TCP and UDP ports that the machine is aware of, and which of those ports that the computer is presently listening to.

When using windows in the command line and entering "netstat help" you can see all possible netstat commands you can use.

I hope this awnsers your question :D
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Netstat 11 years 2 months ago #10093

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Netstat will show you all the connections, but if someone is exploiting your machine they might be doing it through something that looks innocent like the IPC$ share, so you might not see an explicit reference to their activities
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Re: Question about Netstat 11 years 2 months ago #10122

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Next would be SP (Service Provider)
CCNA, CCNP (Switching), CCIE#20640
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