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    Net Send

    hey i was wondering why cant you netsend over the internet to another friends computer??
    is there such a program?

    my teacher for networking wants us to figure out how those morons make those POPUPS appear on your screen.

    i know about netsend(but that's for networks)...but is there a program i can use to do this?


    i have 2 weeks to come up with this prog and to actually send him a popup from my house
    or a computer.

    i would appreciate the help

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    InterNetsend

    I study networking like you and am not aware of any such program, popups are ad's written into a web pages script, and they can be blocked, eg Norton Security. 'll see if I can find a program similar to what you want, but am highly doubtful of finding it.

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    ok

    web pages script?

    how can they send them?
    or how do they do it?

    i heard about that
    my teacher said they do with with html
    but didnt comment much on it

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    Hey Hey,

    I somehow doubt that that scenerio is true. It sounds highly suspect. However you send Messenger Service popups over the Internet the same as you do over a LAN. You use the netsend command, only for computer name you substitute the IP address.

    As far as website pop-ups, those are a completely different thing, both can be used to provide useless spam, however with website pop-up ads you simply use a lil javascript, or something similar and tell it to create a new window and give it an html page to load in the new window.

    I dont' have my laptop online later, and I don't want to release the page, but if you want to message me later, I wrote a simple script as a demo on pop-ups and the success rate of pop-up blockers. It generates around 10,000-15,000 pop-ups in under a minute. It will actually crash a computer which is why I'm reluctant to post a url linkign to it. I'll prolly protect the source before I demonstrate it to you.

    Peace,
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    hey

    i tried the IP ADDRESSSSSSSSS
    it works perfectly when i'm in class sending it to my classmates

    but i substituted it with an ip and it didnt work!
    it says message alias cannot be located

    fishy or not..a question is a question
    i'm sure most ppl here would like to know how those ppl get popups to your screen!

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    Re: hey

    Originally posted here by w00kies
    i tried the IP ADDRESSSSSSSSS
    it works perfectly when i'm in class sending it to my classmates

    but i substituted it with an ip and it didnt work!
    it says message alias cannot be located

    fishy or not..a question is a question
    i'm sure most ppl here would like to know how those ppl get popups to your screen!
    Hey Hey,

    And I gave you an answer, it's net send using the IP address. You have to take a few things into account. Does the ISP have an ACL to block netsend, does the user have a firewall running that would block netsend, has the person disabled the messenger service. All these things affect whether or not you see the Messenger Service ad. However I can guarentee you that using an IP address will work assuming nothing is blocked and the service is enabled.

    Even though I said it was highly suspect, I still answered your question

    Peace,
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    PnCHd (Pronounced Pinched): Acronym - Point 'n Click Hacked. As in: "That website was pinched" or "The skiddie pinched my computer because I forgot to patch".

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    DNS

    Could a DNS server help send the message?

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    welll

    how about i turned on my messenger

    and i turned off my firewall
    and sent it to myself

    that's how i got the message

    i dont plan on sending anything to anyone else!

    i think my teacher said that your ip goes with the message

    i'm just testing it on my computer and it didnt work!

    and thansk for answering!

    p.s. i dont i wanna get into trouble by knocking someone off the internet!
    but i'll IM you for the link thanksssss

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    Netsend uses netbios. I know because my old firewall would log them all the time.
    now ISPs sometimes will stop a net send broadcast, as mentioned. So will firewalls, also as mentioned. Turning off netbios over TCP/Ip will too.
    I doubt your teacher has anything to do with this. Do yourself a favor...
    forget this |_|63R1337 |-|@><OrZ tool, before you irratate someone with net send and they retaliate... then again anyone allowing 137 in... well....
    Remember -
    The ark was built by amatures...
    The Titanic was built by professionals.

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    nevermind

    i searched net send on this forum
    and i got a link for a prog to use!

    http://ipadweb.com/faq.php

    it's 20bucks...but i only need it for 1 class!
    so i'll try the demo

    i'm sure any networking teacher would teach his students about netsend!

    and i'm sure also all the students will ask ...can you do this over the internet???

    soooooooo think about it again

    thanks anywayz

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