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Where can I find a list of PID associations?

I recently ran netstat against my system with "a," "n" and "o" flags. The last flag provided me with the owner or PID associated with the local address and port. I have been trying to find a list of standard PID associations to ensure only the necessary services are running and thus limiting the types of open ports on my machine. Where can I find such a list?
PID stands for Process ID. I'm not sure these are static IDs across reboots or re-launches of each process. However, you can check out this Web site, which may help you figure out what processes you need and don't need.
This was last published in September 2003

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