Use Netstat Command in Professional Way ?
Netstat (network statistics) is a command-line tool that displays network connections (both incoming and outgoing), routing tables, and a number of network interface (network interface controller or software-defined network interface) and network protocol statistics.
Today i am going to show you How easily you will get most of network information with Netstat command.
Click on Start > All program > Accoceries > Run
1. Check for Spyware and Malware on your computer.
Run > cmd > netstat -b
with this command you will easily find-out which program is responsible for connections.
You can easily find out which unknow command is also establish the connection.
2. To View SYN Flood Attack
Run > cmd > netstat -n -p TCP
Only SYN_RECV is indication of SYN-Flood attack.
Only SYN_RECV means your system is getting only SYN packet. that one is indication of SYN-Flood attack. because in SYN-Flood attack, attackers try to fill out your system memory with only SYN request.
3. View Your All Active Connection
C: netstat -an
With this command you can see all live active connections with your computer.
4. Protocol Statics
C:netstat -sp TCP
try also c:netstat -sp IP and C:netstat -sp UDP
This command will show you How much connection is opened by particular connection. utorrent application is opening more connection than any other applications.
5. View Your Interface List and Route table
C: netstat -rn
6. Network Interface Statics
C: netstat -e -t 5
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