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Probe Results

Basic Information
Site being probed: www.hotmail.com
Web Server: Microsoft-IIS/7.5
Page Retrieval Time  0.25 seconds
   Connect time: 0.19
   Wait time: 0.06
   Data Recv time:  0.00
   Other: 0.00
Size of page: 340 bytes
Server History
      Date     IP address     Server String    
Mar 23, 2005 Microsoft-IIS/6.0
Feb 20, 2005 Microsoft-IIS/6.0
Jan 24, 2005 Microsoft-IIS/6.0
Dec 23, 2004 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Nov 20, 2004 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Oct 18, 2004 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Sep 16, 2004 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Aug 20, 2004 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Jul 16, 2004 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Jun 14, 2004 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
May 12, 2004 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Apr 19, 2004 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Mar 17, 2004 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Feb 14, 2004 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Jan 20, 2004 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Dec 17, 2003 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Nov 18, 2003 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Oct 16, 2003 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Sep 12, 2003 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Aug 18, 2003 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Jul 15, 2003 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Jun 17, 2003 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
May 11, 2003 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Apr 14, 2003 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Mar 14, 2003 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Feb 13, 2003 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Jan 15, 2003 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Dec 16, 2002 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Nov 19, 2002 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Oct 19, 2002 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Sep 15, 2002 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Aug 15, 2002 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Jul 12, 2002 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Jun 11, 2002 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
May 10, 2002 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Apr 12, 2002 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Mar 9, 2002 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Feb 9, 2002 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Jan 9, 2002 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Dec 10, 2001 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Nov 7, 2001 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Oct 8, 2001 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Sep 10, 2001 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Aug 9, 2001 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Jul 10, 2001 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Jun 7, 2001 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
May 6, 2001 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Apr 14, 2001 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Mar 15, 2001 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Feb 14, 2001 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Jan 19, 2001 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Dec 21, 2000 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Nov 10, 2000 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Oct 22, 2000 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Sep 29, 2000 Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Aug 21, 2000 No signature returned
Jul 28, 2000 Apache/1.3.6 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.8 SSLeay/0.9.0b
Jun 24, 2000 Apache/1.3.6 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.8 SSLeay/0.9.0b
May 18, 2000 Apache/1.3.6 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.8 SSLeay/0.9.0b
Apr 20, 2000 Apache/1.3.6 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.8 SSLeay/0.9.0b
Mar 19, 2000 Apache/1.3.6 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.8 SSLeay/0.9.0b
Feb 29, 2000 Apache/1.3.6 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.8 SSLeay/0.9.0b
Jan 28, 2000 Apache/1.3.6 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.8 SSLeay/0.9.0b
Dec 27, 1999 Apache/1.3.6 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.8 SSLeay/0.9.0b
Nov 27, 1999 Apache/1.3.6 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.8 SSLeay/0.9.0b
Oct 19, 1999 Apache/1.3.6 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.8 SSLeay/0.9.0b
Sep 21, 1999 Apache/1.3.6 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.8 SSLeay/0.9.0b
Aug 23, 1999 Apache/1.3.6 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.8 SSLeay/0.9.0b
Jul 23, 1999 Apache/1.3.6 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.8 SSLeay/0.9.0b
Jun 25, 1999 No contact
May 22, 1999 Apache/1.3.6 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.8 SSLeay/0.9.0b
Apr 22, 1999 Apache/1.2.1
Mar 25, 1999 Apache/1.2.1
Feb 22, 1999 Apache/1.2.1
Jan 31, 1999 Apache/1.2.1
Dec 21, 1998 Apache/1.2.1
Nov 19, 1998 Apache/1.2.1
Oct 22, 1998 N/A Apache/1.2.1
Sep 2, 1998 N/A Apache/1.2.1
Aug 3, 1998 N/A No contact
Jul 3, 1998 N/A Apache/1.2.1
Jun 1, 1998 N/A Apache/1.2.1
May 2, 1998 N/A Apache/1.2.1
Apr 4, 1998 N/A Apache/1.2.1 MS purchase was 01/98

Please enter the website you wish to probe:
Try:     Microsoft    Apache    NBC    Netscape    Stronghold    IBM
Hotmail    Compaq    SecuritySpace(SSL)

Glossary of Terms
Web Server This is the type of web server. Servers will usually return this information to your browser with every query processed.
This is the total amount of time that it took us to retrieve the web page. It is broken down into 4 mutually exclusive segments:
The amount of time it took to connect to the web server. For secure SSL/TLS sites, this includes the amount of time it took to negotiate a secure SSL or TLS session.
The amount of time it took after we sent the query before we saw the first byte of data coming back from the remote server.
Data Recv
This is the amount of time that it took to receive the data for the web response, starting from the time that we get the first byte, ending at the time we receive the last byte of http data.
Other: This is the amount of time it took to close the session with the remote server.
The security protocol displayed is the version used by us when contacting the remote site. Usually, this will be SSLv2, since it is easier for us to extract certain protocol information with SSLv2. The server we query, may, however, support SSLv3 and TLS1 as well.
SSL SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer. It is a transport layer on top of TCP/IP that provides for secure communications between two end-points.
TLS TLS stands for Transport Layer Security. It is a transport layer on top of TCP/IP that provides for secure communications between two end-points. TLS is a new protocol designed to replace SSL. It uses an open, standards based solution, non-proprietary ciphers, and is free from SSL patent concerns. The Stronghold 2.3 secure web server released April 22, 1998 is the first web server to support this new protocol.
This is the encryption technique being supported by the secure web server. It is the encryption technique that determines how difficult it is to break SSL/TLS security. The common encryption algorithms include RC2, RC4, DES, Triples DES and IDEA. 40 bit versions of RC2 and RC4 comply with US export regulations, and are indicated with a EXP_ prefix. DES (56 bit) and 40 bit RC2/RC4 encryption is breakable by a sufficiently motivated attacker.
Certificate Certificates are digital identifiers that assist in making an SSL/TLS session secure. They are usually created by a Certificate Authority (CA) known as the issuer. They are used to identify the organization holding the certificate and the web server platform making use of the certificate.
The server history details the results of our monthly visits to the site in question. If the server history is empty, it means that we've never found the site linked by anyone during our regular crawling activites. Information in the history includes:
Date: The date the identity string was fetched.
The IP address the server name resolved to. This was not kept for very early surveys.
This is the identification string that the web server returned.

Please enter the website you wish to probe:
Try:     Microsoft    Apache    NBC    Netscape    Stronghold    IBM
Hotmail    Compaq    SecuritySpace(SSL)

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