my netstat result stated established

October 16, 2010 at 11:13:13
Specs: Windows 7
my laptop have never shared with anyone and my laptop is standalone. i came across through the youtube and taught me how to find hacker in my computer. So i went to cmd, type netstat -ano. the video says that " if anywhere there it says 'established' then u have a hacker"..
and it was,, and still.. i am freakout. it stated there established all the way.. for your info, i've been hacked before and i have a strong feel that the hacker is the same person and he or she is observing my move. and i bought my new laptop and still have the same hacker problem
i need help here, trying to get rid of this hacker. these effect my life, my work, my privacy..
thank you..

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October 16, 2010 at 11:37:11
Show us the results of the netstat command. At any given moment I've got about 20 to 30 established connections, and they're all benign. Actually, to make it easier on us, show us the output of netstat -ab instead.

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October 16, 2010 at 13:12:15
So i went to cmd, type netstat -ano. the video says that " if anywhere there it says 'established' then u have a hacker"..

Ignore the video, it's talking rubbish. Established means just that, you computer has established a connection with a remote computer, something you do on the Internet all the time. You will even see it if your computer established a connection with another computer on the LAN. The only way never to see Established is to disconnect from any network completely.

It is very difficult to target a specific computer unless the hacker has planted a Trojan. If you suspect you are being hacked that is the first place to start looking.

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