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Re: Socat
From: Andreas Ericsson <ae () op5 se>
Date: Thu, 16 Jun 2005 13:06:09 +0200

Max wrote:
Yep, but there's no Windows version :-(


Download djgpp and re-compile.

A Windows version of this sort of tool is *mandatory* since it is often 
used as a backdoor/tunnel on a vulnerable machine. And what OS is more 
vulnerable than any other ? Hence this mandatory requirement :-)


Bah! The kids that needs a netcat-like program to backdoor a system 
aren't really worthy of owning it in the first place. Spending quality 
coding time so that juvenile idiots (the kind that have a hard time 
grasping the meaning of the switch() statement) have a means of quickly 
doing something non-constructive and possibly illegal is not my idea of fun.


M () x



Martin Maèok wrote:

 >On Wed, Jun 15, 2005 at 12:36:32AM -0700, Fyodor wrote:
 >
 >>Netcat has been totally unmaintained for about a decade, and I think
 >>Nmap users would benefit from a tool similar to hping2 that is more
 >>oriented toward their needs.
 >
 >
 >I'm still happy with hping2 (ok, lets forget about the patches we had
 >to apply to it ;-) *except* its poor ICMP support (sing is better here).
 >
 >Anyway, your proposal for Netcat enhancement almost exactly fits
 >Socat. Have you heard of it? Wonderful tool (and GPL) ...
 >
 >http://www.dest-unreach.org/socat/
 >
 >Martin Maèok
 >ICT Security Consultant
 >


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