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# 15  
Old 09-22-2009
what about netcat

one of the very early network debugging tool aka sniffers that was available. Used by many hackers.

Last edited by sparcguy; 09-22-2009 at 01:30 AM..
# 16  
Old 09-25-2009
If I recall the settings correctly you should be able to post a link now. I believe the setting we have is 5 posts before links can be posted without having you posts moderated.
# 17  
Old 09-25-2009
ah - it must be more than 5 posts :-)
# 18  
Old 10-16-2009
These posts by mazzz_in_Leeds have become borderline spam on this site.... Smilie

I have deleted the self-promoting posts and will now close this thread.
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