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  • CurrPorts icon

    CurrPorts

    CurrPorts is network monitoring software that displays the list of all currently opened TCP/IP and UDP ports on your local computer. For each port in the list...

    Free Windows

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  • Private Eye icon

    Private Eye

    See connections in real-time: When an app makes a network connection, you see it instantly on your screen. There's no delay and you don't have to use a separate...

    Free Mac

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    • It shows connections, but is not showing ports. Guest • Oct 2016 Disagree   Agree
  • Proc Net Monitor icon

    Proc Net Monitor

    Proc Net Monitor is the FREE software to monitor & analyze the Network activity of all running Process on your system. It shows all open network Ports (TCP/UDP)...

    Free Windows

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  • PortsMonitor icon

    PortsMonitor

    PortsMonitor is a system utility for monitoring system TCP/IP network connections by application, and connections' status. With Search Expression support, you can...

    Commercial Mac

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  • TCPEye icon

    TCPEye

    TCPEye is an easy-to-use monitoring application that will display a list of all network processes. It sports all the features of "netstat" command and adds...

    Free Windows

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  • NetStat Agent icon

    NetStat Agent

    NetStat Agent is a powerful and easy-to-use network toolkit for monitoring and diagnosing. It includes all useful network tools like netstat, ping, traceroute, ipconfig...

    Commercial Windows

  • Netactview icon

    Netactview

    Netactview is a graphical network connections viewer for Linux, similar in functionality with Netstat. It includes features like process information, host name...

    Open Source Linux

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