|PID = Process IDentifier |
Make a copy of the netstat results to see what you are talking about:
To copy from the command prompt, right click anywhere in the title bar (to the right of Command Prompt title, at the top)
Select: Edit-> Select all
Select: Edit > Copy
Open Notepad (Start > All Programs > Accessories > Notepad), and select: Paste
Then, copy from Notepad, and provide the results in your reply.
'Netstat' is really not my ‘thing’ either, but seeing what you have may bring something to mind, and then, again......
If you want to see what program is responsible for each socket, run netstat -ab, which will give you the program name for each socket. You can then google the programs if you're concerned, or better yet, go to our Networking Forum for some help.
Retired - Doin' Dis, Dat, and slapping malware.