December 25th, 2001, 11:29 PM
trojan, port Q??
I read that a trojan called "Sockets de Troie" connects to port 5000.
When running netstat -a I get this info.
Now when I run my audiogalaxy (a servce) it opens 2 ports on the local system with number 5000 and 1 port named 2330 on my local address connects to a port 5000 on a remote connection. When I close audiogalaxy these connections closes as well.
Is there a way for someone to listen when I run audiogalaxy??
Or some1 please tell me how to monitor each connection on my ports and see what program is using what connection for what.
Thank u I hope any of this makes any sense to someone...
December 27th, 2001, 05:09 AM
theres a program called fport which will tell you what services are listening on each active port, its freeware. just do a search on google, sorry i don't remember where i got it, it might have been fport.com but i doubt it.
ag does use port 5000 for incoming. so when your computer goes out for info it will not use port 5000, thats tied up listening. i believe the outgoing port varies but always connects to port 5000 at the remote, so it sounds about right.
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December 30th, 2001, 05:42 AM
Try this ip-tools it has lot's of options one is to watch your ports.