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    Default Coding projects

    Due to many member requests, this forum has been added for the discussion of members own coding projects.

    If you are coding your own security related program, which you feel may be of interest to the BT community, please feel free to contribute within this forum!

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    Thx , this feature was waited by so much persons ......

    will be very useful, for mutual help & collaborative work....

    THX .....
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    Shamanvirtuel,
    I was waiting for you to spot it!

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    I will also be looking in on this one , i have a project but it is not of the security nature but i will post when i get round to it.

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    I knew shaman would be the first to thank you for taking up my suggestion, and let me also add my thanks to you too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Re@lity View Post
    Due to many member requests, this forum has been added for the discussion of members own coding projects.

    If you are coding your own security related program, which you feel may be of interest to the BT community, please feel free to contribute within this forum!
    Thanks Re@lity, this was much need

    I do have security related program that may be of interest to the BT community. I taught an old cat some new tricks and gave netcat(win version)a much needed update. Many new features like:
    pass protection for connections
    sound options for connections
    registry startup options
    loop connections (reconnect with a time variable)
    extended source-routing ablity
    just to name a few...
    It could make a nice addition to BT3.
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