Security Basics
Re: When some is infected? Oct 12 2013 01:11AM
ToddAndMargo (ToddAndMargo zoho com)
On 10/11/2013 04:28 AM, Chris Hurst wrote:
> Wireshark takes a lot of knowledge and familiarity. It would be better
> suited for trying to find out what was being sent to the C&C server if
> you found a bot. Generally, running "netstat -n" in a cmd primpt, then
> checking the foreign addressess the computer is connected to will
> suffice. You can enter in the addresses in HE.NET <http://HE.NET> BGP
> tool to get some information on the IP address. If you find something
> you think is suspicious, you can run "netstat -ano" and see the PID for
> the process that has the connection open.
>
> -Chris
>

Thank you!

And there is a netstat is windows too.

-T

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