Re: Open Port QuickSearch

From: Ian JP Kenefick (ian_kenefick_at_eircom.net)
Date: 04/06/05


Date: Wed, 06 Apr 2005 21:22:30 +0100

On Wed, 06 Apr 2005 19:27:44 +0100, Jay Calvert <jcalvert@no.spam.com>
wrote:

>Habanero Networks is pleased to announce that it has aquired permission
>to use the Ports List that has been compiled by Neohapsis and is now
>incorporated into the new Open Port QuickSearch.
>
>The Open Port QuickSearch is a new tool that allows those curious as to
>what ports are listening on a computer, awaiting remote connections and
>what is the application or service behind them. The Open Port
>QuickSearch is incorporated with a tutorial on how to effectively find
>the open ports, identify the nature, and to make an informed decision of
>whether to allow the application or service to continue to execute.
>
>This is the second tool in the last month that has been added to the
>site, further enhancing the educational value and extending it's
>resourcefulness to the reader. Last month Habanero Networks unveiled the
>Startup QuickSearch, another handy tool for determining what
>applications are starting up at system startup or user logon and whether
>those applications are acceptable, a virus, spyware, adware or other
>malware. All which the user might take action upon.
>
>Habanero Networks has been working hard in the past few months to
>further enhance the functionality and educational value of the site for
>it's readers. There are plans to add more tools and to develop some
>applications to further educate it's readers on keeping their computer
>safe from viruses, spyware, malware and hackers.
>
>
>For more information on the Open Port QuickSearch visit
>http://habaneronetworks.com/ports.php or, for the Startup QuickSearch
>visit http://habaneronetworks.com/startup.php.

Yes, you told is this last month - spammer

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Ian Kenefick
http://antivirus.ik-cs.com