Displays the list of all currently opened TCP/UDP ports on your computer.
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Close unwanted TCP connections, kill the process that opened the ports, and save the TCP/UDP ports information
CurrPorts review by Team on 18.02.2015
CurrPorts is network portable monitoring software that shows the list of all currently opened TCP/IP and UDP ports on your local computer. For every port in the list, information regarding the process that opened the port is also shown, for example, process name, full path of the process, version information of the process (product name, file description, and so forth), the time that the process was created, along with the user that created it. Additionally, CurrPorts lets you close unwanted TCP connections, kill the process that opened the ports, and save the TCP/UDP ports information to HTML file , XML file, or to tab-delimited text file. CurrPorts also automatically mark with pink color suspicious TCP/UDP ports owned by unidentified applications (Applications without version information and icons). The main window of CurrPorts displays the list of all currently opened TCP and UDP ports. You can select one or more items, and then close the selected connections, copy the ports information to the clipboard, or save it to HTML/XML/Text file. If you do not want to view all available columns, or you want to change the order of the columns on the display and in the files you save, select 'Choose Column' from the View menu, and select the desired columns and their order. In order to sort the list by specific column, click on the header of the wanted column. Due to CurrPorts it will be possible to monitor any of our computer's ports to know what or who is using it, something very interesting for network administrators or for any user that wants to be sure and informed about everything that connects to the network from his PC.

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CurrPorts Change info
Version 1.51:
Fixed bug: In rare cases, exception window may appear when starting CurrPorts.
Version 1.50:
Added 'Display Port In Address' option. When this option is checked, the addresses will be displayed in 'address:port' format.
Version 1.48:
Fixed the Alt+1 accelerator key.
Version 1.47:
Added AutoRefresh every 1 second.
Version 1.46:
Automatically launch IPNetInfo when it's in the same folder of CurrPorts.
Version 1.45:
Added 'Remote IP Country' column that displays the country name of the remote IP address (requires to download an external file from here)
Version 1.41:
Fixed bug: CurrPorts failed to display the current Auto Refresh status in Menu.
Version 1.40:
Added support for IPv6.
Version 1.37:
Fixed bug: CurrPorts failed to display process information when running under Windows Vista with non-admin user.
Added Module Filename column (works only on XP/SP2)
Version 1.36:
Fixed bug: The main window lost the focus when the user switched to another application and then returned back to CurrPorts.
Version 1.35:
Fixed bug in saving as comma-delimited file when field values contained comma character.
Version 1.34:
New Option: Remember Last Filter (The filter is saved in cports_filter.txt)
Version 1.33:
Added support for saving comma-delimited (.csv) files.
Added new command-line option: /scomma
Version 1.32:
New Option: Start CurrPorts As Hidden (Only when 'Put Icon On Tray' is turned on)
New Option: Copy Remote IP Address (F2).
Version 1.31:
Fixed bug: TCP and UDP ports with the same number and in the same process merged into one item.
Version 1.30:
New column: Added On - Displays the date that the specified connection was added.
New Option: Put Icon On Tray.
New Option: Log File.
Version 1.20:
Added support for filters.
The settings of CurrPorts utility is now saved to cfg file instead of using the Registry.
New command-line options.
You can now send the information to stdout by specifying an empty filename ("") in the command-line.
Added support for x64.
Version 1.11:
Added support for process information in Vista.
Version 1.10:
A tooltip is displayed when a string in a column is longer than the column length.
Version 1.09:
/close command-line parameter - Close a connection from command-line
Version 1.08:
Fixed columns order bug.
Version 1.07:
New option: Resolve the remote IP addresses.
Version 1.06:
New column: Process Attributes - Display the file attributes of the process (H for hidden, R for read-only, and so on)
Added support for working with IPNetInfo utility
Version 1.05:
Fixed bug: identify process path starting with '\??\'
Version 1.04:
Added more accelerator keys.
Added support for Windows XP visual styles.
Version 1.03:
New Option: Display Listening
New Option: Display Established
New Option: Display Items With Unknown State
New Option: Display Items Without Remote Address
Version 1.02:
Fixed bug: "Exception C0000005" message when running CurrPorts on Windows NT/2000 without administrator rights.
New column: "Process Services" - Displays the list of services of a process.
Version 1.01:
The 'Copy Selected Items' option now copies the ports data in tab-delimited format, so you can instantly paste the data into your Excel worksheet.
Improvment in ports to process binding under Windows 2000. Process information is now also displayed under Windows NT.
Version 1.00: First release.
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CurrPorts 2.60 (17.06.2019)
CurrPorts 2.55 (02.05.2019)
CurrPorts 2.51 (13.04.2018)
CurrPorts 2.50 (13.03.2018)
CurrPorts 2.36 (13.10.2017)
CurrPorts 2.35 (15.09.2017)
CurrPorts 2.32 (02.09.2017)
CurrPorts 2.31 (15.02.2017)
CurrPorts 2.30 (27.10.2016)
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