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Time Sync Netstat Ports

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#1 fsiracusa


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Posted 10 November 2007 - 09:15 AM

in trying to troubleshoot slower than it should be internet service I found that "netstat" in the cmd prompt yields 54 entries for "time-b.nist.gove:time" on multple different ports 3039 ramdomly up through 4976. Most are established, a few are close-wait. Doesn't seem right. Normal? Infection? Spyware?


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#2 RandomUser


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Posted 10 November 2007 - 09:39 AM

In and of itself this is not effective enough to determine slower than usual page
loading. The first recommendation would be to run speedtest. Google it.

Further, if you're concerned about rogue processes eating up RAM and CPU
cycles, you may want to download process explorer from microsoft.com
It can be challenging to determine the cause of such issues but not impossible.

Further, you may want to download HiJack This, and use the tutorial here on
Bleeping computer.

good luck

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