Anyone know how do I code Port-to-PID (Process ID) mapping?

Posted on 2004-11-10
Last Modified: 2010-04-17
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Question by:Anti-Trust
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    Look here:
    and download the code with source from here:
    and download the GUI version from here:

    hope this helps,

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    this is one coded in delphi and the best of its kinds i would say
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    here is a version in Visual Basic, it maps pid, process,  port, and protocol.


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    Any for C++ ?
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    C++ solution

    sorry for the late response - have been buried at work.


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