ServerMask for IIS modifies your Web server's "fingerprint" by removing unnecessary HTTP response data, modifying cookie values, removing the need to serve file extensions, and adjusting other response information to obscure the identity of your server.
Successful anti-reconnaissance confuses hackers and makes it likely they will try the wrong exploits first -- so they can be easily snared by your current firewall and intrusion detection systems.
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You can use Virtual Network Computing (VNC) to connect to your Mac view it