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1.Click the Windows Start button and type 'cmd' to launch the Command window, which will display as a black box with white text reading 'C:\Users\Your Username'.

2.Type 'netstat' next to the prompt and press 'Enter' to generate a list of all outgoing data transmissions. The Netstat command works best when you have as few applications opened as possible, preferably just one Internet browser. The Netstat generates a list of Internet Protocol (IP) addresses that your computer is sending information to. Some of these IP address are legitimate and correspond to websites or services that you are using.

3.Document each IP address reported by Netstat and launch a Web browser. Enter each IP address into your browser's address bar and press 'Enter' to attempt to locate where the information is being sent.


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