Discussion in 'Trojan Defence Suite' started by adspace, Mar 29, 2004.
What is the TCP IP Connect feature used for?
Hi Adspace, did you look in the helpfile?
there are a few pages about it with screenshots, like this part
If you know the protocol between a server and Client application, the TCP Connect utility can act as the client. However you must know the language used otherwise you cannot communicate with the server.
This utility can be used to communicate with trojan servers for analysis.
Place the IP address of the system that you wish to connect to. Enter in the port number of the server in the Remote Port box.
You can choose which local port you wish to use. Click on connect, and you will find that you have established a connection with the server.
This is the most open utility in TDS-3, allowing you to connect to any IP on any port, specifying your local port, and giving you access to the entire ASCII character set. Because of this, you can use TDS-3 to simulate almost any client, including IRC, FTP, Finger, Time, and so on. (It won't look pretty but either way you will still have more (unlimited) control over the protocol than any client would give you. end quote<
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