How to get traffic count on a specific IP connection?

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       #11

    Another (Portable) shows bytes sent/ recieved.

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-gb/sys...nloads/tcpview
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       #12

    OK, I'll give TCPView a try, too.

    I'm having a bit of trouble installing Process Hacker. It's the first program I've run into in over 10 years whose installation was blocked by my security software - Kaspersky Internet Security ... and I've installed a ton of stuff, some of it pretty flaky. While i'm futzing with that I'll try TCPView.
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       #13

    It's a false positive detection.

    See:
    https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topi...alse-positive/

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    TCPView is probably easier to use anyway.
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  4. Posts : 720
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       #14

    TCPView is, indeed, easy to use. And I tend to trust the Microsoft Sysinternals programs.
    NirSoft's NetworkTrafficView is also easy to use. And I tend to trust Nirsoft (for no particularly obvious reasons).

    Both programs collect both IPv4 and IPv6 data. I can probably get what I need from them.

    Many thanks for all the suggestions.
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       #15

    pokeefe0001 said:
    TCPView is, indeed, easy to use. And I tend to trust the Microsoft Sysinternals programs.
    NirSoft's NetworkTrafficView is also easy to use. And I tend to trust Nirsoft (for no particularly obvious reasons).

    Both programs collect both IPv4 and IPv6 data. I can probably get what I need from them.

    Many thanks for all the suggestions.
    Good choice. In my opinion Sysinternals and Nirsoft are both outstanding
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