PowerShell Network Connection Monitor Script

This script displays the current TCP/IP connections for a local or remote system to include the PID, process name, port, and its current running state (listening, established, etc..). If the port is not yet established, the port number is shown as an asterisk (*). It will also take the initial output and save it to old_state.txt and then sleep for a period of time of your choosing before running again and outputting to new_state.txt. It will then compare the two files and print the output to the screen. Both files will be saved to the directory in which the script was ran from (not located). It will continue to do this process until the script is stopped.

This PowerShell script can be found in my script repo on the right-hand side of the screen.