TCPEye

TCPEye



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displays all active network connections TCPEye is a network and Internet connection monitoring tool that shows you which applications are currently using your network connection, the server they are communicating with and the country where the server is located. The list also includes information about the process path and, if available, the product name, description and company name. You can right-click on any connection to view file properties, terminate the process that is using the connection or close the connection for that specific process. If you find a suspicious connection, you can use the integrated VirusTotal Uploader to check if the process is a known malware, virus or Trojan. Other features include optional system tray alerts for new connections, integrated Whois lookup, GeoIP Tool, country flag icons, and more. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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Publisher Francesco Bucci (3) Price Free
Version 1.0 Last updated Dec 26, 2010
File Size 1.38 Mb Requirements None

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Nice 5 stars by gimpguy Aug 08, 2012 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
Gives you quite a bit of connection information in real time, easy interface to look up connections, break connections, whois, etc... Option to view unconnected endpoints and such, very nice. show Review details
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