This utility allows you to view open TCP and UDP ports and connections on your computer, view the underlying software that opens these ports and export open ports information into a text file. You may even kill open connectionsusing this tool.
AreaZoom 3.22 This software allows you to magnify an area of the screen and save it as a bitmap image file. It displays selected screen area on the fly, has smooth magnification settings and saves full capture area or a part of it as a BMP file.
Advanced Cookie Manager 2.41 All in one cookie viewer, cookie eraser and internet cookie manager. The software can view, edit, backup and restore internet cookies on your computer. Protect your privacy: cookies deleted by this software can not be recovered by any software means.
Description: This system utility monitors open TCP and UDP ports, connections and software applications that open these connections. It brings you an enhanced functionality of a similar tool that comes with Windows operating system: netstat. Open Ports Scanner in addition to the ports information available from your operating system, allows you to map an open port to the process ID running on your computer. You may easily catch spyware, malware and trojans when using this tool. Just search for suspicious TCP connections. You may instantly terminate unwanted connections right from this software. Monitoring features include TCP or UDP view filter and refresh speed timer. Full list of displayed data includes protocol name, process name, process ID, local port, local address, remote port, remote address and connection status. You may instantly close an open unwanted connection or export / print the list of open ports into a text file for future research.
Appliances Monitor Remote Networks via Ethernet Three new appliances from Visual Networks provide monitoring for remote networks connected via business DSL and Cable links, marking the first time that Visual Networks will supply an Ethernet LAN interface.
Mass TCP Port Attack Could Be Imminent, Analyst Warns Researchers at Symantec's DeepSight Network have detected a surge in sniffing on TCP Port 445, the port associated with a recently patched flaw in Microsoft's implementation of the server message block protocol.