On Thu, 17 Nov 2005 22:07:02 -0800, "cs"
I would have to say, in all honesty - don't bother.
Anybody with the right tools (available as standard) and motivation
*can* extract the connection value - even just running "netstat -an"
will show you the connections to a remote server, it's one tiny
nslookup step from there to discover your server name and another tiny
tracert step to find out how to get there.
That's leaving out tools like etherial for scanning/tracing packets.
Cheers - Neil