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I m' running on windows 7 x64. I have one software which retrieves data from internet and i'm interesting its source URL, how can i know from where i'm getting the data? Is there any software ?

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You can install wireshark and have it sniff the network traffic.

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I want to know DNS real URL(like www.example.com/bla-bla.bla) there are only ip adresses or i couldn't find it? –  Jamshid A. Dec 28 '10 at 22:49
    
@Jamshid Asatillayev: See the documentation regarding name resolution. –  Dennis Williamson Dec 29 '10 at 2:11
    
> I want to know DNS real URL “Domain name” ;-) –  Synetech Jul 27 '12 at 16:24
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Active ports is a small utility that works pretty well for single use type situations.

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Use a packet-sniffer to view and capture the data. SmartSniff is one of the easiest to use.

You can see the associated domain name by checking the Resolve IP Addresses—which is enabled by default.

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