Please do not post gifs of Terminal bot paste the text here formatted as code. The image isn't a gif, it's just a screen showing the output.
If you click through you'll see it's a PNG. Hosted on imgur.. Anyway, if you're looking for a different screenshot, I can re-grab.
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October 24, at Good post. I am going through many of these issues as well.. February 20, at September 24, at Johan Haleby. March 18, at I just saw this thx and man lsof states some more so this: Show which processes are listening to which ports Authored by: Ezra Balaraj on Apr 26, '07 GoogleDes sounds as though it might be GoogleDesktop, do you happen to have that installed? To see all processes, prepend sudo: Not true Authored by: If you have ssh enabled you will see something like this: I have IPv6 configured to be off so why is launchd also listening on an IPv6 port?
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This command lists only the processes of the current user. If you want to see all e. The password you may use to login into your account if it is a privileged account. Don't trust this on hacked machines That's all well and good, but that's incomplete advice. That wouldn't work if the hacker has compromised libraries. Anonymous on Apr 26, '07 Are you running Salling Clicker?
Microsoft Office opens random ports Authored by: See Disable Office v. Little Snitch Authored by: There is a better command for this I guess Authored by: Combined suggestions and got even more info Authored by: I don't know what I'm doing at all, but I decided to combine two of the suggestions already posted by johnqsmith , tice , and doctype to come up with: But in either case, they both gave me more information than any of the other suggestions by themselves. So I'd then have something to compare with if I'm concerned that something is not going right.
I think what might work is to log into my "clean admin" account, run both commands, and log what came up. Then I'd have a baseline to work with that isn't so highly affected by my personal user activities.
Does anyone see any problems with this? Just kidding. Never use setuid on a shell script!
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