Flooding Etc?

karling07

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Anyone have any ideas on how to go about doing this? I tried 'ping ipaddress -t -l 65500' but that doesn't do anything. Does the linux shell work better?

PS: All computers have Windows 2000 and Debian

Thanks for any ideas!

By the way: I do not have admin privelages for the Windows 2000 PCs and I do not have SU access for the Debian ones. I can, however, run knoppix and be a SU from that.
 

root

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what hell kind of an administrator do you have, (and can I have his job?!)

to stop this tell him he should diable the alerter service,

if he won't to ensure tha you wont recieve messages just goto the run box, or dos prompt of whatever and typr
Code:
net stop alerter
Hey presto, no more piss annoying messages.

Ping flooding is practically useless unless you get a lot of people to do it at once...

actaully a better idea is to flood them with net send messages...

write a batch file
Code:
@echo off
:loop
net send [computername] "This will annoy the hell out of you"
goto :loop
Now run the batch file.
 

mighty_chick

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what exactly happens if you type that in? does it just keep sending files? and where it says [computername] do u mean their ipaddress? , i wanna do this to my friend who gave me some annoying virus on purpose.
 

root

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it does work accross the internet so you can use either IP or the computer name (which is resolved to the IP anyway)...

net send 192.168.0.1 "hello there"
will work just as well as
net send money_mans_pc "hello there"
 

karling07

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Hey, that just leaves a black command screen that does nothing for me, (I'm running Windows 2000 if that needs a different code or something).

Thanks! :)
 
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