SterJo NetStalker: Monitor Internet-Based Programs On Your Computer [Windows]

Today, many programs we happily run on our computer are always connected to the Internet. With the popularity of the cloud for storing files, it’s not uncommon for us to have multiple programs running in the background that are always connected to the web. This is a good thing in terms of convenience, but for security, it could be opening up some new holes on your PC.

A creative person may be able to gain unauthorized access to your system. With SterJo NetStalker, you can monitor all the programs that use the Internet and prevent unauthorized access.

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When you run the program, it will find all the processes running on your computer that are connected to the Internet. This makes it easy for you to see what is connected to the Internet without having to manually go through it. It also tells you the status of each program, and if it detects anything out of the ordinary, it will alert you so you can address the issue and make sure nothing odd is happening.

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You can customize the program with rules, so if a process does something that does not match the defined rules, it will be blocked to save your computer from access that you do not want. The application will also create logs for you, which you can use to go back and look at what has been happening on your PC at all times.

Features:

  • Keep track of your programs that connect to the net.
  • Get alerts for anything out of the ordinary.
  • View logs for your computer.
  • Works on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.
  • Portable version available.

Find SterJo NetStalker @ sterjosoft.com/netstalker.html

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