How to : See what websites your Computer secretly connects
If you found recently that your computer is getting very slow while connected to the Internet, I bet you, its malware that has been ruling your computer. You may think that Installing third party applications (Anti-Virus) will reduce all these risks. As a matter of fact, they do to a certain level because they do have their own limitations.
You can use TCPView to monitor what your computer is connecting to via the network. This is a application created by developer called Mark Russinovich. You can download the TCPView software from the Microsoft website itself or else click the link below to direct you to the website.
TCPView is a Windows program that will show you detailed listings of all TCP and UDP endpoints on your system, including the local and remote addresses and state of TCP connections.
The above program is available for free. You can download it and its also of very small size (285KB). The software is authenticated by Microsoft and is trustworthy.
The download package comes in a Compressed Zip File name TCPView.zip
You can use WinZip or WinRar to Open the file. You will find mainly two files. Tcpvcon.exe and Tcpview.exe. The first one, on clicking, initiates the command prompt of your computer to act. The second one is the application which shows you the list of all the links connected by your computer.
The application looks as if the above image. You get a detailed view of all the processes, their PID, Local Address and also their current status.
The applications keeps on refreshing. You can adjust the refresh settings for every 1,2 & 5 seconds and even you can pause. Most importantly, this applications allows you to kill process blick right click and select end process.
Hope this was useful.
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