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From: Adnan Ali <call_ret () yahoo com>
Date: Mon, 26 Apr 2004 05:59:19 -0700 (PDT)

Hello all,

I have a simple question and I hope to get an answer
from the experts on this list.

I have a PC running Windows 2000 Prof, and when I do
a netstat -an, I get the following:

Active Connections:
Proto  Local Addr    Foreign Addr     State 





UDP            *:*                    
UDP            *:*                    
UDP           *:*                    
UDP          *:*                    
UDP        *:*                    

I get this output even when I am running no network 
application on the machine.

Of course, this all seems quite suspicious. 

Can somebody please help me figure out what is going
on? At least find the respective applications
on various ports.??

Thanks and best regards,

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