COMMAND PROMPT: TESTING FOR OPEN PORTS




Type netstat -? into command prompt. It will list all the options, choose the one you want.

Type “netstat -a” in the Command Prompt window, and press “Enter.” The computer displays a list of all open TCP and UDP ports.

Look for any port number that displays the word “LISTENING” under the “State” column.

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