The web is kept running on port 80. You are likely pondering what "port 80" is, correct (regardless of whether you really are or not is immaterial)? All things considered, the appropriate response is simple (not by any means). It's obvious, the Web and the web are unique. The Web is the framework (ie the physical wires, the server equipment, and so forth) and the web is the thoughts and the product.
I state thoughts in light of the fact that before the mywifiext.net web was a wreck of wires and amazing PCs utilizing POP3 and SMTP for correspondence, FTP for document exchange, and TELNET for remote shell access, among others. At that point the web went along, and Web utilize spread to the home and the whole way across the world.
It couldn't be any more obvious, in plain terms, a web server communicates HTML to every single associated customer on port 80, so port 80 is the "HTTP port." HTTP is the convention, or set of gauges for port 80 and its product. The mywifiext.net customer programming is your program, (ie presumably Web Traveler yet ideally Firefox), and the server is something like Apache or IIS(uug). This identifies with hacking, as you will see later, yet first you have to find out about HTTP (the spaces previously the are placed in so this isn't thought of as HTML).
Concealing your Association
On the off chance that you have a duplicate of Visual Fundamental 6, making an internet browser is simple, because of Winsock and the code layouts included, so I won't put in a case of that. Rather I will clarify cool and possibly hazardous things you can do to guard mywifiext.net. I realize those words set up together doesn't bode well (ie conceivably unsafe and safe), yet you will find in a minute. I'm discussing Intermediaries. (mysterious intermediary servers, to be correct).
You associate with the web on port 80 through the intermediary server, accordingly concealing your genuine IP. There are numerous conspicuous applications for this, yet it is likewise the main extremely possibly perilous thing up until this point, so I will rehash what I have composed at the best: Whatever you do with this information is your duty. I give data and nothing more.
All things considered, there is nothing unlawful about utilizing a mysterious intermediary mywifiext.net server as long as it is free and you are hurting nobody by utilizing it. Yet, on the off chance that you think you are totally protected utilizing one, you are dangerous off-base. They can essentially solicit the proprietors from the intermediary what your IP is on the off chance that they truly need to discover you.
On the off chance that you join a high mysterious server, the possibility of them discharging your IP is entirely low to something like taking music, yet on the off chance that you accomplish something that would really warrant imprison time, they most likely will have the capacity to discover you.