Internet Processes Monitor is a portable app that monitors newly created as well as established TCP and UDP network connections.
It provides you with details about the remote hosts, processes, and executable modules associated with the network connections. Not only that, but Internet Processes Tracker can also monitor the sending of connection-less data through the UDP protocol. Having access to this data permits you to verify new connections easily, including the specific process that created them, providing an active option to check for various network issues like network intrusions.
Internet Processes Monitor works by utilizing WinRM (Windows Remote Management service) to pull TCP and UDP connection data. Due to this fact, you must run the service for Internet Processes Tracker to function properly. It can now watch for and return new TCP and UDP connections and owning process module-info as they are created.
Internet Processes Monitor will be an asset for anyone (especially Network Admins) that needs a straightforward app to help run down network issues giving them an informative insight into potential threats and general connectivity monitoring.
Donations are appreciated and may be made at the author's site or the built-in About box.
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