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HTTP and FTP status code



HTTP/1.1 Status Codes

Code Name and Notes

100 Continue

101 Switching Protocols

Successful

200 OK Everything is normal

201 Created

202 Accepted

203 Non-Authoritative Information

204 No Content

205 Reset Content

206 Partial Content

Redirection

300 Multiple Choices

301 Moved Permanently Update your URL, this has moved for good.

302 Found

303 See Other

304 Not Modified

305 Use Proxy

306 Unused

307 Temporary Redirect This is temporarly moved, don't update your bookmarks.

Client Error

400 Bad Request Server didn't understand the URL you gave it.

401 Unauthorized Must be authenticated

402 Payment Required Not used really

403 Forbidden Server refuses to give you a file, authentication won't help

404 Not Found A file doesn't exist at that address

405 Method Not Allowed

406 Not Acceptable

407 Proxy Authentication Required

408 Request Timeout Browser took too long to request something

409 Conflict

410 Gone

411 Lengh Required

412 Precondition Failed

413 Reqeust Entity Too Large

415 Unsupported Media Type

416 Request Range Not Satisfiable

417 Expectation Failed

Server Error

500 Internal Server Error Something on the server didn't work right.

501 Not Implemented

502 Bad Gateway

503 Service Unavailable Too busy to respond to a client

504 Gateway Timeout

505 HTTP Version Not Supported

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FTP Code -- Explanation 

100 Series The requested action is being initiated, expect another reply before proceeding with a new command. 

110 Restart marker replay . In this case, the text is exact and not left to the particular implementation; it must read: MARK yyyy = mmmm where yyyy is User-process data stream marker, and mmmm server's equivalent marker (note the spaces between markers and "="). 

120 Service ready in nnn minutes. 

125 Data connection already open; transfer starting. 

150 File status okay; about to open data connection. 

200 Series The requested action has been successfully completed. 

202 Command not implemented, superfluous at this site. 

211 System status, or system help reply. 

212 Directory status. 

213 File status. 

214 Help message.On how to use the server or the meaning of a particular non-standard command. This reply is useful only to the human user. 

215 NAME system type. Where NAME is an official system name from the registry kept by IANA. 

220 Service ready for new user. 

221 Service closing control connection. 

225 Data connection open; no transfer in progress. 

226 Closing data connection. Requested file action successful (for example, file transfer or file abort). 

227 Entering Passive Mode (h1,h2,h3,h4,p1,p2). 

228 Entering Long Passive Mode (long address, port). 

229 Entering Extended Passive Mode (|||port|). 

230 User logged in, proceed. Logged out if appropriate. 

231 User logged out; service terminated. 

232 Logout command noted, will complete when transfer done. 

234 Specifies that the server accepts the authentication mechanism specified by the client, and the exchange of security data is complete. A higher level nonstandard code created by Microsoft. 

250 Requested file action okay, completed. 

257 "PATHNAME" created. 

300 Series The command has been accepted, but the requested action is on hold, pending receipt of further information. 

331 User name okay, need password. 

332 Need account for login. 

350 Requested file action pending further information 

400 Series The command was not accepted and the requested action did not take place, but the error condition is temporary and the action may be requested again. 

421 Service not available, closing control connection. This may be a reply to any command if the service knows it must shut down. 

425 Can't open data connection. 

426 Connection closed; transfer aborted. 

430 Invalid username or password 

434 Requested host unavailable. 

450 Requested file action not taken. 

451 Requested action aborted. Local error in processing. 

452 Requested action not taken. Insufficient storage space in system.File unavailable (e.g., file busy). 

500 Series Syntax error, command unrecognized and the requested action did not take place. This may include errors such as command line too long. 

501 Syntax error in parameters or arguments. 

502 Command not implemented. 

503 Bad sequence of commands. 

504 Command not implemented for that parameter. 

530 Not logged in. 

532 Need account for storing files. 

550 Requested action not taken. File unavailable (e.g., file not found, no access). 

551 Requested action aborted. Page type unknown. 

552 Requested file action aborted. Exceeded storage allocation (for current directory or dataset). 

553 Requested action not taken. File name not allowed. 

600 Series Replies regarding confidentiality and integrity 

631 Integrity protected reply. 

632 Confidentiality and integrity protected reply. 

633 Confidentiality protected reply. 

10000 Series Common Winsock Error Codes 

10054 Connection reset by peer. The connection was forcibly closed by the remote host. 

10060 Cannot connect to remote server. 

10061 Cannot connect to remote server. The connection is actively refused by the server.

Net Tools 2011 a Swiss Army knife for everyone interested in a set of powerful network tools

The Creation
Net Tools is cutting-edge security and network monitoring software for the Internet and Local Area Networks, providing clients with the ability and confidence to meet the challenges of tomorrow's technology. Keeping pace with the industry trends, we offer professional tools that support the latest standards, protocols, software, and hardware for both wired and wireless networks.

The main goal is the creation of high quality software. Net Tools is a very strong combination of network scanning, security, file, system, and administrator tools useful in diagnosing networks and monitoring your PC and computer's network connections for system administrators. Next to the essential core tools it includes a lot of extra valuable features.

It’s a Swiss Army knife for everyone interested in a set of powerful network tools for everyday use. This all-in-one toolkit includes also a lot of handy file and system utilities next to the huge amount of network tools. The menus are fully configurable, so in this way you won’t get lost in the extremely large amount of essential tools. All the additional features will make this application a must have for all system administrators.

There are numerous constructive and valuable applications included in Net Tools that can be used for a great amount of purposes. The latest version of Net Tools is hybrid; it means that it’s capable of working together with applications that are made and designed for Net Tools, so in this way more flexibility and user-friendliness is obtained. This software is designed for the Microsoft Windows OS (Windows 98, NT, 2000, 2003, XP, Vista, 7).

It’s entirely compatible and has thoroughly been tested on Windows XP. With the 175+ tools it is a great collection of useful tools for network users. The size of Net Tools 5.0.70 is approximately 25 Mb.

Contents:

Net Tools 5.0 (build 70) contains a whole variety of network tools. Here is a list of the most important tools:
1) IP Address Scanner
2) IP Calculator
3) IP Converter
4) Port Listener
5) Port Scanner
6) Ping
7) NetStat (2 ways)
8) Trace Route (2 ways)
9) TCP/IP Configuration
10) Online - Offline Checker
11) Resolve Host & IP
12) Time Sync
13) Whois & MX Lookup
14) Connect0r
15) Connection Analysator and protector
16) Net Sender
17) E-mail seeker
18) Net Pager
19) Active and Passive port scanner
20) Spoofer
21) Hack Trapper
22) HTTP flooder (DoS)
23) Mass Website Visiter
24) Advanced Port Scanner
25) Trojan Hunter (Multi IP)
26) Port Connecter Tool
27) Advanced Spoofer
28) Advanced Anonymous E-mailer
29) Simple Anonymous E-mailer
30) Anonymous E-mailer with Attachment Support
31) Mass E-mailer
32) E-mail Bomber
33) E-mail Spoofer
34) Simple Port Scanner (fast)
35) Advanced Netstat Monitoring
36) X Pinger
37) Web Page Scanner
38) Fast Port Scanner
39) Deep Port Scanner
40) Fastest Host Scanner (UDP)
41) Get Header
42) Open Port Scanner
43) Multi Port Scanner
44) HTTP scanner (Open port 80 subnet scanner)
45) Multi Ping for Cisco Routers
46) TCP Packet Sniffer
47) UDP flooder
48) Resolve and Ping
49) Multi IP ping
50) File Dependency Sniffer
51) EXE-joiner (bind 2 files)
52) Encrypter
53) Advanced Encryption
54) File Difference Engine
55) File Comparasion
56) Mass File Renamer
57) Add Bytes to EXE
58) Variable Encryption
59) Simple File Encryption
60) ASCII to Binary (and Binary to ASCII)
61) Enigma
62) Password Unmasker
63) Credit Card Number Validate and Generate
64) Create Local HTTP Server
65) eXtreme UDP Flooder
66) Web Server Scanner
67) Force Reboot
68) Webpage Info Seeker
69) Bouncer
70) Advanced Packet Sniffer
71) IRC server creater
72) Connection Tester
73) Fake Mail Sender
74) Bandwidth Monitor
75) Remote Desktop Protocol Scanner
76) MX Query
77) Messenger Packet Sniffer
78) API Spy
79) DHCP Restart
80) File Merger
81) E-mail Extractor (crawler / harvester bot)
82) Open FTP Scanner
83) Advanced System Locker
84) Advanced System Information
85) CPU Monitor
86) Windows Startup Manager
87) Process Checker
88) IP String Collecter
89) Mass Auto-Emailer (Database mailer; Spammer)
90) Central Server (Base Server; Echo Server; Time Server; Telnet Server; HTTP Server; FTP Server)
91) Fishing Port Scanner (with named ports)
92) Mouse Record / Play Automation (Macro Tool)
93) Internet / LAN Messenger Chat (Server + Client)
94) Timer Shutdown/Restart/Log Off/Hibernate/Suspend/ Control
95) Hash MD5 Checker
96) Port Connect - Listen tool
97) Internet MAC Address Scanner (Multiple IP)
98) Connection Manager / Monitor
99) Direct Peer Connecter (Send/Receive files + chat)
100) Force Application Termination (against Viruses and Spyware)
101) Easy and Fast Screenshot Maker (also Web Hex Color Picker)
102) COM Detect and Test
103) Create Virtual Drives
104) URL Encoder
105) WEP/WPA Key Generator
106) Sniffer.NET
107) File Shredder
108) Local Access Enumerater
109) Steganographer (Art of hiding secret data in pictures)
110) Subnet Calculater
111) Domain to IP (DNS)
112) Get SNMP Variables
113) Internet Explorer Password Revealer
114) Advanced Multi Port Scanner
115) Port Identification List (+port scanner)
116) Get Quick Net Info
117) Get Remote MAC Address
118) Share Add
119) Net Wanderer
120) WhoIs Console
121) Cookies Analyser
122) Hide Secret Data In Files
123) Packet Generator
124) Secure File Splitting
125) My File Protection (Password Protect Files, File Injections)
126) Dynamic Switch Port Mapper
127) Internet Logger (Log URL)
128) Get Whois Servers
129) File Split&Merge
130) Hide Drive
131) Extract E-mails from Documents
132) Net Tools Mini (Client/Server, Scan, ICMP, Net Statistics, Interactive, Raw Packets, DNS, Whois, ARP, Computer's IP, Wake On LAN)
133) Hook Spy
134) Software Uninstaller
135) Tweak & Clean XP
136) Steganographic Random Byte Encryption
137) NetTools Notepad (encrypt your sensitive data)
138) File Encrypter/Decrypter
139) Quick Proxy Server
140) Connection Redirector (HTTP, IRC, ... All protocols supported)
141) Local E-mail Extractor
142) Recursive E-mail Extractor
143) Outlook Express E-mail Extractor
144) Telnet Client
145) Fast Ip Catcher
146) Monitor Host IP
147) FreeMAC (MAC Address Editor)
148) QuickFTP Server (+user accounts support)
149) NetTools Macro Recorder/Player (Keybord and Mouse Hook)
150) Network Protocol Analyzer
151) Steganographic Tools (Picture, Sounds, ZIP Compression and Misc Methods)
152) WebMirror (Website Ripper)
153) GeoLocate IP
154) Google PageRank Calculator
155) Google Link Crawler (Web Result Grabber)
156) Network Adapter Binder
157) Remote LAN PC Lister
158) Fast Sinusoidal Encryption
159) Software Scanner
160) Fast FTP Client
161) Network Traffic Analysis
162) Network Traffic Visualiser
163) Internet Protocol Scanner
164) Net Meter (Bandwidth Traffic Meter)
165) Net Configuration Switcher
166) Advanced System Hardware Info
167) Live System Information
168) Network Profiler
169) Network Browser
170) Quick Website Maker and Web Gallery Creator
171) Remote PC Shutdown
172) Serial Port Terminal
173) Standard Encryptor
174) Tray Minimizer
175) Extra Tools (nmap console & win32 version)

Many extra features and utilities are included in this package!

Download:http://users.telenet.be/ahmadi/nettools.htm

Shutdown Command Via Command Prompt :-

The 'Shutdown' Command Becomes More Flexible and Automated when used from the Command Prompt.


To Run the 'Shutdown' command from the command prompt, go to 'Start > Run', type 'cmd', and press 'Enter'.

In the black box (the command prompt) type 'Shutdown' and the Switches you want to use with the 'Shutdown' command.

You have to use at least one switch for the shutdown command to work.


The Switches :- The 'Shutdown' command has a few options called Switches. You can always see them by typing 'shutdown -?' in the command prompt if you forget any of them.

-i: Display GUI interface, must be the first option


-l: Log off (cannot be used with -m option)


-s: Shutdown the computer

-r: Shutdown and restart the computer

-a: Abort a system shutdown


-m \\computername: Remote computer to shutdown/restart/abort


-t xx: Set timeout for shutdown to xx seconds


-c “comment”: Shutdown comment (maximum of 127 characters)

-f: Forces running applications to close without warning


-d [u][p]:xx:yy: The reason code for the shutdown u is the user code p is a planned shutdown code xx is the major reason code (positive integer less than 256) yy is the minor reason code (positive integer less than 65536)



Note :- I’ve noticed using a switch with a '-' sign doesn’t work sometimes.

If you are having trouble try using a '/' in place of '-' in your switches.

Examples :- shutdown –m \\computername –r –f


This command will restart the computer named computername and force any programs that might still be running to stop.

shutdown –m \\computername –r –f –c “I’m restarting your computer. Please save your work now.” –t 120

This command will restart the computer named computername, force any programs that might still be running to stop, give to user on that computer a message, and countdown 120 seconds before it restarts.


shutdown –m \\computername –a


This command will abort a previous shutdown command that is in progress.

Using A Batch File :-


You can create a file that performs the shutdown command on many computers at one time. In this example I’m going to create a batch file that will use the shutdown command to shut down 3 computers on my home network before I go to bed.

Open 'Notepad' and type the shutdown command to shut down a computer for each computer on the network.


Make sure each shutdown command is on its own line.

An example of what should be typed in notepad is given below-

shutdown –m \\computer1 –s


shutdown –m \\computer2 –s

shutdown –m \\computer3 -s

Now I’ll save it as a batch file by going to file, save as, change save as type to all files, give the file a name ending with '.bat'. I named mine 'shutdown.bat'.

Pick the location to save the batch file in and save it.

When you run the batch file it’ll shutdown computer 1, 2, and 3 for you.


You can use any combination of shutdown commands in a batch file.

Tips for Wireless Home Network Security


1) Change Default Administrator Passwords (and Usernames)


2) Turn on (Compatible) WPA / WEP Encryption


3) Change the Default SSID


4) Disable SSID Broadcast


5) Assign Static IP Addresses to Devices


6) Enable MAC Address Filtering


7) Turn Off the Network During Extended Periods of Non-Use


8) Position the Router or Access Point Safely

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