Questions this week cover NukeNabber, http_referrer, restricting
Win98, port 111, http redirection, and DShield.org:
I use a freeware product called NukeNabber. Link at:
http://www.dynamsol.com/puppet/ It sounds an alarm and blocks the
scanned or affected port automatically for a configurable period of
time. Is this good enough? Do I need a product that has more
I would like to know how I can block Internet Explorer 5 of
releasing my last visited site to the next web site?
How can I deny to the user to install on client windows 98
under windows 2000 server?
Lately I am getting A LOT of hits on port 111 at home.
Currently I am blocking it but according to my firewall logs I get
around 30 - 50 hits a day from all over the world. I know that port
111 is the RPC port under NT (I'm running 2000 Pro.) and I was just
wondering is it used for anything else. I've tried looking around
on the web for any exploits involving port 111 but I did not find
anything. But still, getting that many hits a day is suspicious to
I have a simple problem. I want that if any user types in
http:\\url.com..by mistake then it should get redirected to
https:\\url.com. I am using apachewebserver with jserv. Please tell
me how to do about it.
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