If you are an Internet fan, then you probably have a lot of applications running on the desktop which are related to the Internet.
These applications can include web browsers, file downloading utilities, communication applications and so on. Some of these applications can be used by hackers to have access to your computer and to steal your private and personal information. That's why it would be a good idea to know how these programs work and how exactly do they connect to the Internet. The netstat command can help you in this case, but don't expect too much from it, as the command is extremely limited in features. Besides that, it's difficult to see which IP belongs to which program using this command. Using a single click, the user can immediately block suspicious applications, making them impossible to connect to the Internet and transmit the user's personal data, for example. The IP used by an application can be checked online and can have its location verified, by showing it on a map. Besides that, the program can display the IP address used by virtually any program that connects to the Internet. The interface changes color according to the danger. As such, it stays green or yellow if everything is all right and turns red in case of suspicious applications. FayeTRACKER is a good way of showing to everybody which application that connects to the Internet is dangerous and which is not, by scanning their IP addresses and verifying them online. It can scan every application that connects to the Internet, verifying if it's dangerous or not.