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Malware - netstat Answered

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Quick one:
Check what your Windows machine is connected to with netstat
Run a command (cmd) prompt and type "netstat /?" for the options.
Then run netstat with your choice of option(s)
Pleased to find nothing causing me concern on mine (i.e. no Russian mail-servers...)

(Idea from an article in PCF)

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DJ Radio (author)2009-07-04

Since I cant post on your orangeboard... have a nice trip.

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lemonie (author)DJ Radio2009-07-05

Cheers dude, it was hot but generally good. L

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Goodhart (author)2009-07-01

Dern, I forgot all about this command too.....mumble, mumble

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Tool Using Animal (author)2009-06-30

Took me a sec to figure out why my comp was connected to AOL, Durn Pidgin.

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I was surprised at the number of connections I have to Instructables. L

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Tis odd, I have just one, even with adblocking off.

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watermelonhead (author)lemonie2009-07-01

i have none! but i have 4 with google...

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