TCP established connection unwanted


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5tulips

I did a netstat -a this evening for active connections.
This one should not be here. How do I get rid of it?

TCP (mycomputername):1448
bzq-82-80-230-133.cablep.bezeqint.net:http ESTABLISHED

dsg
 
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Dennis Dow

5tulips said:
I did a netstat -a this evening for active connections.
This one should not be here. How do I get rid of it?

TCP (mycomputername):1448
bzq-82-80-230-133.cablep.bezeqint.net:http ESTABLISHED

dsg
Now try netstat -ab
This will display the PID associated with each port. Using your task
manager you can display pid's of all running processes. That will tell
you what program has the port open. From there you'll know how to proceed.
 
5

5tulips

: 5tulips wrote:
: > I did a netstat -a this evening for active connections.
: > This one should not be here. How do I get rid of it?
: >
: > TCP (mycomputername):1448
: > bzq-82-80-230-133.cablep.bezeqint.net:http ESTABLISHED
: >
: > dsg
: >
: >
: Now try netstat -ab
: This will display the PID associated with each port. Using your task
: manager you can display pid's of all running processes. That will tell
: you what program has the port open. From there you'll know how to
proceed.
;............................................
Thank you Dennis, for giving me the pointer on finding the pid. I just
installed a new security app. The netstat -ab says the company is the Web
Inspector module for the new security app. What a relief.
dsg
 
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Dennis Dow

5tulips said:
: 5tulips wrote:
: > I did a netstat -a this evening for active connections.
: > This one should not be here. How do I get rid of it?
: >
: > TCP (mycomputername):1448
: > bzq-82-80-230-133.cablep.bezeqint.net:http ESTABLISHED
: >
: > dsg
: >
: >
: Now try netstat -ab
: This will display the PID associated with each port. Using your task
: manager you can display pid's of all running processes. That will tell
: you what program has the port open. From there you'll know how to
proceed.
;............................................
Thank you Dennis, for giving me the pointer on finding the pid. I just
installed a new security app. The netstat -ab says the company is the Web
Inspector module for the new security app. What a relief.
dsg
Thanks for letting the forum know what you found and that it's resolved.
 

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