More How to Explore
the Insides of Internet Computers -- from your Browser!
When we click on csr_software_hc.htm we get a page that is
no longer linked to the main web site.
Heres another example, taken from the Happy Hacker web
site. Want to see if there are old files no longer linked
to the main web site? Once upon a time you could just try
http://happyhacker.org/gtmhh/ and heres what you would see:
Figure 3: The listing of files in the directory http://happyhacker.org/gtmhh/.
This is shown using Netscape Communicator 4.7 under Windows 2000
Professional. Sorry, I changed that because it is a security
risk, go read other web sites' directories.
Figure 4: A file listing on an astrology web site, as shown by
Netscape 4.7 running Windows 98. Are you having trouble reading
these figures? You can expand it to full side under Netscape
on Windows by right clicking on any graphic and choosing "view
Whenever you get something like what you see in Figures 3
and 4, you can have fun by clicking on "Parent Directory"
or any subdirectories you may find.
It also is often worth trying http://www.victim.com/cgi-bin/,
/cgi-bin/ etc. That's because
the cgi-bin directory carries CGI (Common Gateway Interface)
programs that do cool things on web sites such as run animations,
visitor counters, text input boxes, etc. For example, on an Irix
6.2 webserver you can get this result:
More hacking with your web browser--->>