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RE: Commands for closing tcp session on a window box
From: "Thomas F. Szabo" <tszabo () diamondtech net>
Date: Tue, 27 Apr 2004 23:58:50 -0400

In windows xp, you can run NETSTAT -ano to get a list of active TCP/UDP
and their associated PID.  Then you can use kill/taskkill/pskill to
terminate the process behind the session.  You probably want to take a
look at FPORT to make it a little easier to hunt down what applications
are using which ports.  That way you can stop it from starting up in the
first place.


Tom Szabo


-----Original Message-----
From: Tiongster [mailto:tiongster84 () yahoo com sg] 
Sent: Tuesday, April 27, 2004 3:12 AM
To: security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: RE: Commands for closing tcp session on a window box

Sorry, the question I'm asking is quite vague without giving more
details. 
Let's say, on command prompt I entered NETSTAT -A -N and it showed a
list of TCP and UDP active connections. A session was established i.e.  

TCP    123.183.193.219:1038   64.12.24.151:5190      ESTABLISHED

Question, is it possible to terminate this Session on the command prompt

And what command is use to achieve it or what solutions do you suggest? 
Thank you!   



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