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See all open winsock connections - API replacement for Netstat!

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Submitted on: 1/9/2015 5:14:00 AM
By: Nick Johnson (from psc cd)  
Level: Advanced
User Rating: By 46 Users
Compatibility: VB 5.0, VB 6.0
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     This is a complete API call replacement for the dos Netstat command. The example will show all open connections, and the API calls are encapsulated in a Class module that can also retrieve all listening ports on the local computer. This module and demonstration project also allow you to kill TCP connections - in the demonstration right click on a current connection... Includes caching DNS lookup code to get the domain names of the servers you are connecting to! Credit to Michael Tutty for the original DNS client code.

 
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