Show apps that use internet connection at the moment. (Multi-Language)

netstat -lantp | grep -i stab | awk -F/ '{print $2}' | sort | uniq
Show apps that use internet connection at the moment. Can be used to discover what programms create internet traffic. Skip the part after awk to get more details, though it will not work showing only unique processes. This version will work with other languages such as Spanish and Portuguese, if the word for "ESTABLISHED" still contain the fragment "STAB"(e.g. "ESTABELECIDO")
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leonamargret · 23 weeks and 2 days ago
On my animation production studios in Florida I get a good amount of traffic and most of them are from Spain and Portugal, but my site is only for English speakers. The only thing I like about this version is that it supports other languages, such as Spanish and Portuguese.
MarkButtler · 6 weeks and 4 days ago

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