TCPView – Port / thread complete view

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As long as a Trojan is running in memory, it has to open a port, as long as a hacker is accessing your computer, there is must be a new thread. TCPView is a small viewer for checking computer ports and threads, which will show every port or thread to you at a glance.

Although it shows ports and threads statically, TCPView is easy to use and has a low system resources occupation rate! In addition, you can save the scan results as TXT file, so as to facilitate the analysis.

All in all, with TCPView, you do not need to be afraid of being implanted a Trojan or attacking by a hacker, because they have to appear in the face of TCPView. For those ports or threads which we don’t know, just write their names down, and then get details from Google!

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