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Old 09-15-2003, 12:52 AM   #1
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how winsocks is functioning?


hi,

hello, i just wan to know how winsocks is functioning? what is the port is opened when a winsocks proxy is installed?
i am quite curious... how come, whenever a winsocks proxy is installed and allow a certain services like smtp and pop3, and then, i nmap those machine... at the end i still cant detect the port opened for pop3 or smtp?
how windows plays around with this? pls explain..... thanks
 
  


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