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Tracking hackers on your personal comps this way valid?

So this article on eHow recommends this way of seeing if others are using your connection...something along those lines.
http://www.ehow.com/how_4621489_track-hackers.html

It states to open up cmd and type netstat -a, in which a rolling list appears listing local/foreign addresses if it's listening/active/time wait, etc. Just ran this and it looks like there are quite a few different addresses here and there for mine, but what is normal or expected when you run that command?
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