This program displays information on your Internet or network connection in real time.
These connections are established each time you visit a Web page, send an instant message or check your e-mail. They also appear when outside computers attempt to connect to your machine.
Details of each connection are shown in the connection table. This includes the remote hostname and IP address, local and remote port, connection status, program file and a timestamp for each connection.
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