Windows Secure Backdoor was made to extend the default Windows remote monitoring tools or RAT programs behavior, allowing you to monitor inbound and outgoing connections both from NIDS program and secure backdoor.
It will display real-time information about the current connections. It uses TCP/IP connections on port number 1000 for remote access and uses port 9999 for your remote TCP connection logging via (NIDS) program. You can also use both netcat RAT versions for Network Monitoring Secure Backdoors remote connection which logs network IP Addresses that attempt to gain remote access to your computer or network.
You have the option to use the following commands for netcat tools command line: "ncat -lktv --recv-only 1000" or for the command line: "nc.exe -Lvp 9999" to monitor remote backdoor connections on your networks. The above commands add remote monitoring and access to your firewall protection and can make using your Windows Firewall remotely a bit easier, etc., instead of using your built-in Windows Telnet server.
The main Command Line User Interface on the client's side or Telnet client is color-coded, "Access denied!" is in red text, "Access granted!" is in green text, and remote "cmd.exe" process is in blue. There is a password feature to the remote shell which uses a password for remote access and (NIDS) Network Intrusion Detection System feature for monitoring backdoor access on your own networks.
Windows Secure Backdoor Features:
-Password file database -Command Line Interface color design for Windows (Telnet Clients) -Very Lightweight -Password Protection -TCP Connection Monitoring via (NIDS) Network Intrusion Detection System -You can change password via text file -Sound effects & Icon -Server Remote Shell -Command Line Functions -Network Intrusion Detection System Perl script -Perl VBScript Executable Wrapper