Packet sender timing??

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Packet sender timing??

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I was just wondering if anyones has a code for a file that when you start it, it sets a timer, that at that a specifik date and time it will send a large amount of packets to the target host.

been watching some of these files arround the net and seems pretty interesting, so i wanted a code to play with. :roll:

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um,what about creating a batch-file and use the "planned tasks" as timer? (um,I assume you use windows, in *nix it would be cron). what kind of packets do you want to send?

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well.....i don't know wich packets i would like to send =P

i mean... large UDP or TCP i guess...

think i would prefer TCP... :?

language? well Visual Basic or Batch file if possible ^^

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Post by bad_brain »

here´s an example of a batch-file which sends pings to hosts specified in a .txt-file (and aslo saves the ping results in another file), should be no problem to modify it for your needs:

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cls
@echo off
if "%1" == "" (
echo iplist.txt 
) ELSE (
FOR /F "eol=; tokens=1" %%a in (%1) do ping %%a >> pingresult.txt
echo done
)
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