TCPEye Network Tools

  • TCPEye V1.0 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, information about the process that opened the port is also displayed,
  • including the process name,
  • full path of the process,
  • version information of the process (product name, file description, and so on),
  • the time that the process was created,
  • and the user that created it.
  • Country Name + Flag
  • In addition, TCPEye allows you to 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.
  • TCPEye also automatically mark with pink color suspicious TCP/UDP ports owned by unidentified applications (Applications without version information and icons)
  • Compatible  Windows XP/Vista/7/Server 2003/2008/

Download:

Download from TCPmonitor



14 Comments

  1. great program thanks..

  2. It would be much better if it was portable :)

    Great for technicians.

  3. WOrks great! Can you do a portable version that will generate a log file txt?

  4. Rike Lobert

    vielen Dank,
    nicht nur für diese Empfehlung,

    eine tägliche Leserin

  5. AppreciateTheTool

    I love this tool but I wish some of the typos are fixed in a later release. I fixed them with a tool but for it to be right the first time would be awesome. =)

    Fix translation errors, please!

  6. this best tool you made

    thanks

    :)

  7. test user

    It would be nice if it kept the sort order per the column which has been clicked when auto-updating.

    For example if user sorts programs by name, then group all items together – now it adds new connections to the end of the list.

    Of course the current behavior is very informational because one can see which connections are new, so this behavior would be best made as a selectable option?

  8. Of course the current behavior is very informational because one can see which connections are new, so this behavior would be best made as a selectable option?

  9. Usedmomi-online

    good start

  10. Hi,
    I have that problem – I think I don’t have – shared dll file -iphlapi.dll . I don’t have Internet Explorer in my comp also.

    I looked for file in ddl-files.com , instead of providing file as before – they change to run their program .
    I wonder where can I get that one to put in my system32 folder.

  11. Hello Juno,

    I think you used Windows 2000??

    what operating system Used??

  12. Hi Mario
    My OS is XP.

  13. Gereat post, great writer, will be back sonn here ;)

  14. Let me know when it turns portable!