I have many questions. However, to begin in the easiest and shortest manner. I am trying to figure out why when I type cmd prompt
netstat -a I get a plethora of IP addresses and links that I am almost certain are not right or correct.
Or maybe my IT/computer networking hubby snooping. I have absolutely nothing to hide and can't figure out why he would be concerned. With his level of network security training a "leak" in my home wireless net, makes no sense.
So, I want to find out if he is indeed snooping. What should I look for to be considered; harmful? Is UDP necessary?
Below are a few:
TCP my ip address here:49372 server-205-251-203-249:80 ESTABLISHED TCP my ip:49388 star-01-02-lax1:80 ESTABLISHED TCP :49443 r-199-59-148-16:443 TIME_WAIT TCP :49448 209-18-46-66:80 ESTABLISHED TCP :49449 a96-7-48-51:80 ESTABLISHED TCP :49450 184.108.40.206:80 ESTABLISHED TCP :49451 a96-7-48-64:80 ESTABLISHED TCP :49454 220.127.116.11:443 ESTABLISHED TCP :49455 TheTank:445 SYN_SENT TCP :49456 TheTank:445 SYN_SENT TCP :49457 TheTank:445 SYN_SENT TCP :49458 TheTank:139 SYN_SENT TCP :49459 android_f2f09956193035b1:9100 SYN_SENT TCP :49460 dfw06s17-in-f7:443 ESTABLISHED
Funny thing is he just bought an Android phone last week (prior we had iPhones) and suddenly I see the above
ANDROID_F… in the command output.