CloseTheDoor: A Straightforward Tool
CloseTheDoor identifies all the listening ports TCP/UDP over IPv4/v6 and the associated program files. This will help you to detect security holes and close backdoors when you want to prevent remote attacks.
This is a straightforward tool that enables you to save your PC through detecting all of the listening ports, viewing information about them as well as closing them. It is a software program which offers the users with an easy means of finding holes in network security as well as closing them with a minimal amount of attempts protects from remote attacks.
If you required a flawless setup process that is over in a jiffy. Then after you complete it, you are fetched to an interface that can only be explained as easy and clean which is considering it only includes a menu bar as well as a piece in which to show the searched information.
Additionally, it comes packed with an attractive extended list of Internet referrals as well as consequently that becomes pretty clear which all types of users that can discover their way around it with ease.
You Can View & Save Data To The HDD:
The application allows you to view all distinguished the listening ports as a list in the main window, beside with information such as interface, port number, protocol type, process, product ID, associated services, the company as well as a short description. It can be refreshed with just a single click of the button even you can also export the consequences to a CSV format or show a summary in another window.
Handle Listening Ports & Access Some Tools:
You can conclude a chosen process and also establish its executable file, disable services or uninstall them. Away from that, you should know about which you can also appear online such as - Google, Wikipedia for details concerning to a port or process.
Last but not least, it is feasible to access the tools of Windows such as the Registry Editor, Task Manager, Services, Network connections as well as System configuration.
GNU General Public License version 3.0 (GPLv3)
- It specifies all listening ports for IPv4/IPv6
- It collects details about the listening ports
- It has the ability to disable potentially dangerous ports