Sometimes you just want to see what programs are accessing the internet, luckily you can do that from the classic command prompt with netstat!
1.) ... Show program connections via the command prompt!
|(Image-1) What programs access to the Internet command prompt!|
2.) Redirecting the program connections to a file!1. Start the command prompt or PowerShell in administrative mode
2. Command netstat -abf > D:\Activity.txt
3. To end the connection log output to the file, also use the Ctrl + C key
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All connection logs are saved in D:\Aktivity.txt. You can save it anywhere you want to be able to evaluate the connection log at any time, via the ► Redirect command prompt feature!
|(Image-2) Access to the Internet protocol in a file!|
FAQ 131: Updated on: 6 June 2022 17:32