Telnet is a protocol used on the Internet or a local area network to provide a bidirectional, interactive, text-oriented communication facility using a virtual terminal connection. Using Telnet, one can connect to a remote computer over the Internet and use applications on the remote computer as if it were a local machine.
Telnet allows you to gain access to a remote computer, which can be dangerous if your computer is taken over by a hacker—an all too real possibility. If Telnet usage goes unmonitored, hackers can use a port scanner to gain access to your network and then use Telenet as an extremely potent hacking tool to execute commands in a remote machine. With a Telnet client program, hackers can.
Firewall Analyzer tracks Telnet usage from firewall syslogs and provides a detailed traffic report on the following:
1. Top Host — Total host traffic sent and received using Telnet.
2. Top Protocol — Top protocol group traffic sent and received using Telnet.
3. Top Users — Top user traffic sent and received using Telnet.
4. Top Rules — The top rules used to access Telnet.
If any one of the hosts or users show unusual traffic, the security admin can investigate and secure that specific IP.
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Take instant remedial actions, when you get notified in real-time for network security incidents. Check and restrict Internet usage if banwidth exceeds specified threshold.
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