under linux (ubuntu/debian derivatives anhow)
works quite nicely, I tend to pull is when I see someone I don't want to deal with at the door and tell them I'm sorting a network crisis.
cat /dev/urandom [/QUOTE]
caution, although a cool trick, this can screw your terminal up something rotten.
/dev/random is a standard feature of unixy kernels, it's not Debian specific.
@powdarrmonkey - should be ok surely, not running under any sort of su or elevated privileges, and it's just viewing right?
Well, I found my old Fake-Command tool thing, dusted it off a bit, then decided I could re-write it better.
Un-rar to the folder of your choosing and open cmd2.html or cmd2.hta -- the .HTA being the better option -- as I've not cross-browser tested this in any way, if you don't have IE7, it may behave oddly. The HTA should bypass this and keep everything Micro$oft.
There's a handful of options towards the top of both versions if you open them in a text editor (you can change a couple of messages and the update speed), and if you want to edit the text displayed, that's in 'cmd2text.txt'.
Use and abuse as you see fit.
Re SETI. Didn't someone get fined $billions for installing is on a school network? Just a thought...
Last edited by ZeroHour; 31st March 2011 at 03:19 PM.
WTB: Job that pays me $1.6m to uninstall Seti@home from 5,000 computers...
(yes i know that their reporting on this subject doesn't necessarily say that, but it's funny to assume it does, and it's just as likely as half of the rest of the things they are claiming!)
lets see, say 10 minutes work per machine, 50 machines per day... 100 days work, that's 20 working weeks...4 months give or take a bit for a single person to uninstall it one machine at a time, and that's being lazy.
A cheap/reliable IT contract worker is about £10 ph or about £100 per day. So cost just to pay someone to uninstall it all manually is gonna be £10,000, which i think is about 15,000 dollars at current exchange.
How about top in terminal on a linux box (or putty to a linux box) makes anybody that sees the one on my screen monitoring the virtual hosts ocasionaly think its really geeky!
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