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I would like to know, in Windows (95 family or NT family) how can i, once i've got the TCP table or UDP table of my machine, asociate each socket with the app using it. for example:

i've got mirc runnig, and i run my app and it returns:
....        ........     .... (whatever)
local port:1090  ....... ......   ---> mirc.exe

 (solutions in vb6 or .net are wellcome :) thanks
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by:TooKoolKris
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Go to this webpage and get the free program call FPort 2.0. When you run it it will tell you all of your current open ports and the exact .exe that is holding the socket.

http://www.foundstone.com/resources/intrusion_detection.htm
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by:TooKoolKris
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Oh I forgot to mention that it runs on the command line so you can shell it out and retreive the std data from the window from inside your program.
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by:RocketMan
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i know that app, thaks.. but what i want is to code it myself :)
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by:anaadoul
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maybe you can use the netstat.exe -nao
but the o parametre is only avalible in WINXP

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by:RocketMan
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ok guys i've found myself what i was looking for :) thaks anyway:

ths url is:
http://www.planet-source-code.com/URLSEO/vb/scripts/ShowCode!asp/txtCodeId!49563/lngWid!1/anyname.htm
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by:RocketMan
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em.. guys, does anybody know how do y ask for a PAQ/Refund? (no point for this question :))
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by:DominicCronin
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Post  your request with a link to this topic in community support
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by:RocketMan
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thx dominicCronin
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PAQed, with points refunded (500)

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thanks
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