What would be displayed if the netstat -abno command was entered on a Windows PC?
- all active TCP and UDP connections, their current state, and their associated process ID (PID)
- only active TCP connections in an ESTABLISHED state
- only active UDP connections in an LISTENING state
- a local routing table
Explanation: With the optional switch -abno, the netstat command will display all network connections together with associated running processes. It helps a user identify possible malware connections.
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