Port Knocking Tool

Port knocking is a procedure to secure the server or server services in networks to protect against unauthorized access. The ports used for communication are initially blocked by the server's firewall. A port knocking daemon monitors incoming SYN packets on the server, which, in the correct order, causes the daemon to make the corresponding blocked port accessible again. As soon as the server service is no longer required, the desired port can be blocked again by sending another sequence of SYN packets.

Port Knocking Tool is a Windows client to send the appropriate order of the SYN packets to the protected server. Both UDP and TCP packets are supported. The installation of Npcap is required for TCP.

Information

System requirements

Licence

Port Knocking Tool can be downloaded free of charge and used for both private and business purposes.
The software is available under the MIT licence.

Privacy policy

Port Knocking Tool does not create telemetry data. No other data is automatically sent to Epinox.de. You have complete control over this program.

Manual

Allgemein

Send: The packet sequence selected in the list is sent to the protected server.
Add: A new packet sequence is added to the list.
Modify: Make changes to the sequence.
Remove: The sequence is removed from the list.

 

Advanced

Delay: Enter the delay time in milliseconds between two IP packets.
Use Pcap: To be able to send TCP packets as well, this option must be activated. An installation of Npcap is required.

 

Sequence form

Name: Description that appears in the list
Host: Server address
Sequence: Enter the desired sequence
Format: port[:udp or :tcp][, ...]
Example: 7000:udp,8000:udp,9000:udp


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