[windows2000] Ray's links of the day

  • From: "Costanzo, Ray" <rcostanzo@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 8 Oct 2003 10:27:54 -0400

Here are Ray's links of the day:


This command line utility allows you to net send people and control the
"from" name in the messenger service message.  So, you can mess with
people and do things like:

netsend LUCIFER computerA "KILL FOR ME NOW."

Rumor has it can only net send by computer name and is unaware of any
messenger service registered names in the target machine's netbios
table.  I tried net sending by username that does have a <03>
registration, and the person did NOT receive the message.


This is a free nntp server that performs well.  It is not open to the
public, and it does require that you e-mail them requesting access.  A
simple e-mail like this:

Name:  Ray Costanzo
E-mail:  ray@xxxxxxxxxxxx

is ample.  One drawback is that their terms of use mandate that you use
a valid e-mail address when you post.  This will generate spam, but what
I do, as I'm sure many people do, is setup an e-mail address in my
domain for it and just delete all messages from that account.

They are pretty quick to reply with your authentication information for
their nntp server, and they have a decent list of groups.  Sorry, I
don't think they have any of those "binaries" groups.  ;]

Ray at work

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