I was wondering if there is a tool that can identify which service/application is using network adapter.
Thing is, I am getting allot of network traffic in "idle" mode. All I know is that it is coming from my PC and is sent somewhere on the internet.
As "idle" mode, I mean enabled LAN and no applications running, at least to my knowledge.
My PC is connected to the internet via LAN trough the aDSL modem. (Router, I think)
Firewall is on. There are no suspicious programs allowed in the firewall settings and there are no obvious trojans/spyware active. Windows update is set to notify me of (not download) new updates. There are no 3rd party update services running. Each software that I'm using is set not to check for updates. At least, I think so.
Yet, the internet traffic is still there. I can see it as the LAN tray icon keeps blinking. I have a tool that connects to my ISP to check on the internet traffic used. That is how I know that the traffic is with internet and not LAN (there is another PC hooked to the aDSL modem).
So, a tool that identifies the application that is making the traffic would help me allot.