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Posted on 23-06-06 17:05
i'm testing the security of my old computer for fun.Im trying to send some viruses i've recently written but email services block the viruses I wrote because they don't alow executable file's to be sent.Does anyone know of any email services that alow exacutable files to be sent? Smile
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Posted on 23-06-06 17:08
Zip it.


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Posted on 23-06-06 17:44
Or rename it to an txt then rename it back


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Posted on 12-07-06 20:05
Yahoo lets executables but it has a virus scanner so I don't know if that will help muchSad
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Posted on 12-07-06 20:06
Yahoo lets executables but it has a virus scanner so I don't know if that will help muchSad
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Posted on 12-07-06 20:15
Just pup it in a zip file, you can put anything in one of them, but it'll still send. (Use WinZip for it, incase you wern't sure Smile)


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Posted on 12-07-06 20:25
rar or tar works too or if you want there are always other ways of sending files.


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Posted on 12-07-06 20:28
Bind it to another file, that usually works (with hotmail anyways) I personally use Mbind