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Netstat Tracerouter?

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#1 SpiderGat


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Posted 15 July 2009 - 01:13 AM

Hello there ^.^ My name is George and I was just wondering about something. I am by no means a programmer as I don't even know how to get around a command prompt >.< However, I was thinking. If it's possible to open the command prompt, type Netstat and get EVERYthing that's connected to your computer, and then traceroute it. Would it be possible to make a program that monitors just that? And any connections that were not seen as "allowable" be tracerouted and then disconnected? Again I don't know how this works or the mechanics that would be involved. It was just an idea that popped into my head. There's probably already something like this that I'm just not aware of. Please feel free to enlighten me. ^.^ And yes this thought did come from a recent interaction with malevolent software -.-


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#2 groovicus


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Posted 16 July 2009 - 12:01 PM

I believe what you want is port monitoring software.

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