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Posted on 07-07-06 13:00
Hello,

I need to write a batch file that will start a trojan server and then leave it running so that other commands in the batch file can be executed.

1. Is this possible in one batch file?

2. I make a batch file to go to the appropriate directory and then run the server, although the command prompt just closes after that - any tips please.

3. My aim is to get files back to my PC e.g. ipconfig >> ip.txt, and then send that back - how would i send this.

Any tips, ideas or places to research would be appreciated.

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Posted on 07-07-06 16:34
Thanks for the info,

My trojan is made from Java therefore the machine that I put the server on must have Java runtime - might start using visual basic instead not sure.

For now I want to keep on with batch files: When I run the batch file to run the server it just dissappears were as it should stay and echo listening to ports whatever -> please help with this.

Am I right in saying that netcat is only for Linux as I saw on the sourceforge site that they are all rpms and tar files, I was interested in using this although I doint think its possible without Linux.

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