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If I were you I would get SSLStrip (http://www.thoughtcrime.org/software/sslstrip/). It is really a superior tool, but it only works on linux. If you don't have Linux, this is actually good! Kali Linux (http://www.kali.org/) is a free tool that can be run off of a VM or a USB drive with minimal effort. You will still have to get SSLStrip, but Kali comes with ...
In case you have no privileges (or other possibilities) to install TCP View you can always try a build-in Windows CLI command Netstat. It is not so convenient as TCP View, but nevertheless, it is able to provide information about protocol, source IP, destination IP and state of the current connections.
You can use TCP View which is usually used by investigators and security experts to determine the behavior of certain malware, where it's establishing connections/getting commands from, or more common use is to solve cases where an individual is spying on another by use of Webcam/Microphone etc, by tracing the IP address; an example use of TCPView in such ...
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