Question on netstat and Logmein

Hello ,

I would like to ask. If we have a server and we want to verify if it is listening to a Log me in port , which ports are we expect to see on listening/established mode ?
To make it more clear. I am trying to prove a point. I have the netstat results from a server ( attached). From my review I don't see any external connections to this server using log me in.  
Can you confirm ? Any help would be appreciated. HOBK01-netstat-an.logHOBK01-netstat-ano.log
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
Try using TCPView.  It takes the netstat info and can add the process names and endpoint names in a GUI.  It's a lot more informative.
c_hocklandAuthor Commented:
unfortunately I don't have the tcpview results. These are the only two logs I have.  
So I can only reach a conclusion based on the netstat logs.
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
TCPView is a free download from Microsoft.  Without the processes and endpoints, it will be near impossible to come to a conclusion.
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c_hocklandAuthor Commented:
thank you much .
So it is fair to say that from this logs I cannot tell if there was a log me in connection actually taking place on this server , correct ?
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
I don't think so.  Logmein has to use standard network connections.  But the local program could probably be identified if you could identify the process that 'owned' the connection.  A remote Logmein connection was done with a web browser when had it last year.
Dan CraciunIT ConsultantCommented:
AFAIK, Logmein uses the standard HTTPS port (443) so I don't think you can distinguish Logmein activity simply from your logs.

PS: another great utility to see what program is listening on what port is CurrPorts from Nirsoft.

PS2: netstat -abno will also list the program name.


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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
I downloaded CurrPorts from Nirsoft and that looks really good.  Thanks Dan.
Dan CraciunIT ConsultantCommented:
You're welcome. Nirsoft have some great utilities and some are hidden gems :)
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
I use a bunch of the Nirsoft utilities and I have them linked on my own web site.  I just missed that one.  Have you seen Alex Nolan's site?
Dan CraciunIT ConsultantCommented:
Nope. Cool find :)
Thank you.
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