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    conection monitors

    what program can i use to see who is connected to my computer

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    any one

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    Go to start>run
    Type in cmd and hit the ok button.
    Type netstat -n
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    Could you give us a bit more information on your requirement?

    Do you want to know who is connected right now, or has connected in the past (this is the forensics forum, which is why I ask)

    What operating system and networking set up do you have?

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    It depends.

    A shitty question deserves nothing less than a shitty answer.

    Seriously dude, you're like my wife when she tells me there is a problem with the car. "It's not running right. What's wrong with it?" WTF?!

    Read the site FAQ and more specifically, learn how to ask a question. There are about 8 different threads that discuss how to get good information when you ask an intelligent question.
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    i typically use a combination of netstat and tcpview from sysinternals

    http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/source/tcpview.shtml
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    any one
    WTF! What the answer didn't come fast enough your highness? Seriously dude...WTF? You act as if we owe you an answer...


    God he irritaded me lol...

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    he did wait a whole 3 minutes though

    theres a saying "good things come to those that wait"(+ask decent questions), learn it, love it, live it...

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