Resources for Whiz Kid Technomagic [1 - 3 of 3]
  • Imaginary Telnet Server 1.0

    Whenever your computer is connected to the Internet, it is opened up to attacks by anyone experienced with the Internet technology. One of the possible attacks is by using the Telnet protocol to log into your system. If successful, the attacker can gain complete control of your system. With the Imaginary Telnet Server running, he will be served a fake response which will prevent him from accessing any resources available on your system. The server will give him the impression that he has found a ...

    Whiz Kid Technomagic | | 38KB | 2003-03-11 05:00:00
  • Keep My IP 1.0

    Your IP address is to your Internet connection what your phone number is to your telephone, except it tends to change all the time. That is fine for most people who only need to connect to other Internet locations. But if you run your own servers, others need to connect to you, and you need to keep your IP address from changing dynamically. One way to assure that is by keeping your DSL modem connected to your DSL provider. Additionally, however, your computer needs to keep "talking." Typically, ...

    Whiz Kid Technomagic | | 31KB | 2003-03-02 05:00:00
  • Imaginary Web Server 1.0

    An unprotected Windows computer connected to the Internet is in danger of being broken into by outside intruders who continuously scan the Internet for security holes. Many computers use a firewall for protection. Unfortunately, firewalls can be bypassed by clever attackers. The Imaginary Web Server (IWS) makes the attackers think that they have found a web server which is no longer active. When they come to your computer, the server will give them an error message and send them to http://some.i ...

    Whiz Kid Technomagic | | 28KB | 2003-02-25 05:00:00