Release Date: June 8, 2004.
DCOMbobulator a very simple and straightforward tool that can be used to determine the status of DCOM technology on your system. Distributed Component Object Model (DCOM) enables various Windows components to communicate with each other through a network connection, therefore allowing remote access.
DCOM makes use of the RPC or Remote Procedure Call protocol that is used over the 135 Internet port which host COM operations. This feature is enabled by default on a Windows system and is a real threat to privacy and safety as it allows components on your computer to be accessed remotely without you awareness.
A patch can be applied to fix this without any special incursions in the operating system’s settings but even so this might not prove effective so DCOMbobulator can verify if the patch was successful or not.
DCOMbobulator is a tool that allows you to perform a local DCOM test and a remote Port 135 test in order to check the vulnerability of your system. The application can notify you if the feature is enabled or disabled.
The application displays a user-friendly interface which makes it accessible to anyone. Its main window is split into multiple tabs, each with its purpose. The first tab provides information about the entire process and what it implies, while the second allows you to actively check and see if you are vulnerable.
Tab number three offers you the possibility to manually enable or disable DCOM on your system. After you click the ‘Disable DCOM’ or ‘Enable DCOM’ button, all that is left is to restart your computer for the change to take effect.
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