Commands tagged chat (4)

  • Client ~$ ncat --ssl localhost 9876 Change localhost to the correct ip address. Show Sample Output


    19
    ncat -vlm 5 --ssl --chat 9876
    snipertyler · 2014-06-07 19:17:29 0
  • Uses the extremely cool utilities netcat and expect. "expect" logs in & monitors for server PING checks. When a PING is received it sends the PONG needed to stay connected. IRC commands to try: HELP, TIME, MOTD, JOIN and PRIVMSG The "/" in front of IRC commands are not needed, e.g. type JOIN #mygroup Learn about expect: http://tldp.org/LDP/LGNET/issue48/fisher.html The sample output shows snippets from an actual IRC session. Please click UP button if you like it! Show Sample Output


    9
    nik=clf$RANDOM;sr=irc.efnet.org;expect -c "set timeout -1;spawn nc $sr 6666;set send_human {.1 .2 1 .2 1};expect AUTH*\n ;send -h \"user $nik * * :$nik commandlinefu\nnick $nik\n\"; interact -o -re (PING.:)(.*\$) {send \"PONG :\$interact_out(2,string)\"}"
    omap7777 · 2015-03-18 09:10:28 4
  • client$ while true; do read -n30 ui; echo $ui |openssl enc -aes-256-ctr -a -k PaSSw ; done | nc localhost 8877 | while read so; do decoded_so=`echo "$so"| openssl enc -d -a -aes-256-ctr -k PaSSw`; echo -e "Incoming: $decoded_so"; done This will establish a simple encrypted chat with AES-256-CTR using netcat and openssl only. More info here https://nixaid.com/encrypted-chat-with-netcat/


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    server$ while true; do read -n30 ui; echo $ui |openssl enc -aes-256-ctr -a -k PaSSw; done | nc -l -p 8877 | while read so; do decoded_so=`echo "$so"| openssl enc -d -a -aes-256-ctr -k PaSSw`; echo -e "Incoming: $decoded_so"; done
    arno · 2014-01-16 14:36:09 0
  • client: nc localhost 9876


    0
    ssh hostname nc -l 9876
    snipertyler · 2015-01-14 20:11:50 3

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