You Have Questions; Komodia Has Answers

You have questions:

  1. Does LSP layer supports port blocking?
  2. When hijacking the Winsock connect function, what should I do next?
  3. How can I set up a Vista 64 anonymizer?
  4. How do I intergrate a Winsock modify package into my development?

And Komodia has answers:


The Firewall Source Code in Vista

Do you think that there is no way that you can write a based firewall for Vista?  Well, my friends, this may just be a lot easier than you think.  Get Komodia’s free LSP guide and view the resource page for all the information about the firewall source code in Vista and how you can use that for your own purposes.


NDIS Hooking Source Code

Code hooking is a very good tool for the programmer – specifically when chasing down bugs.  When building your NDIS hooking source code, be sure to visit Komodia’s free NDIS guide and resource page.  There is a lot of free – yet extremely valuable – information about all things NDIS.  This includes, but is not limited to, NDIS passthru information, intermediate drivers, and protocol drivers.


Layered Service Provider Redirect to a HTML Page

If you want to have the layered service provider redirect to a HTML page, it can be done.  Winsock LSP enabled devices can do so many things for you, but often times you spend a great deal of time writing code for the smaller details.  That is where Komodia’s products come into play.  The Redirector can provide you with a multitude of functions without you ever having to write a single line of code.  How great is that?  Using a Winsock modify html request is not so much difficult as it is tedious and time consuming.  Wouldn’t you really rather spend your time writing the more important code?


Problems With Vista Layered Service Provider Install

Windows Vista has been reeking havoc on LSP users since its beginning.  There are some subtle differences that must be considered when making a Vista layered service provider install.  Komodia has a section in the free LSP resource page dedicated just to Vista LSP difficulties.  You may just rebuild LSP Vista – but before you take any action, be sure to check out the free guide.


What is Layered Service Protocol?

Layered Service Protocol is another lesser used acronym for LSP and is often used interchangeably with Layered Service Provider.  LSP is simply a DLL using Winsock APIs to place itself inside the communication stack.  Once it is there, it can interact with the communication by reading, intercepting, and even modifying the data.

There are so many things that can be done with LSP.  You can do anything from simply tracking bugs to redirecting winsock sockets.  The sky is the limit with LSP.


How to Block Internet Using Winsock

So you need to know how to block internet using Winsock?  Well, you have come to the right spot my friends.  Komodia’s Redirector allows you to intercept Internet traffic based on whatever rules that you create.  It also comes with many functions that you can perform without ever writing any code at all!

So if you want to block the Internet or even to use Winsock API to block network connection, then you definitely need to at least read the free report and consider a free 14 day trial.


How to Determine If You Are Using LSP

For how to determine if you are using LSP – or to see what LSP programs are running on your system – simply open a new command-line window and enter this simple command:

“netsh winsock show catalog | more”.

This will show you exactly what LSP-enabled software is currently running on your Windows system.  Furthermore, if you would also like to save this information to a text (.txt) file, then return to your command window and substitute this command instead:

“netsh winsock show catalog >my_lsp.txt”.

This information is pretty convenient to have if you are developing Winsock LSP to work with other software.  The more information that you have, the better.  Please remember that Komodia is your online LSP resource.


How to Write an LSP

There are so many different factors that go into how to write an LSP that the entire task can just seem too daunting.  Faced with this, many quit before they even begin.  Granted, this is no easy job because there is a great deal that you have to learn.  How winsock communicates with the kernel, for instance, is just one of the many.  However, Komodia is the online resource for LSP – and I do not just mean the LSP products either.  Komodia has a free LSP guide, a free LSP resource page, and a free LSP newsletter.  When you want to learn how to write an LSP, is the place to be.