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Windows - How to redirect all console output to text file? The console program is called by another software that I can't control

It is a pretty complicated issue (at least for me). GUI software at a given moment, calls console software, which outputs something to console and quits. I'd like to save those results to a text ...
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blocking udp attack ip with iptables

I was trying to block an ip of ( network stresser tool - a ddos websites selling ddos bots by seconds online ) the first one i was trying to block with iptables : iptables -A INPUT -d 173.193.26.73 ...
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iptables connection limit does not work on debian

I'm trying to set up some basic DOS protection. The following iptables rule works on a CentOS box but NOT on debian (wheezy). #limit the parallel http requests to 50 per class C sized network ...
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SynFlood attack, spoofed IPs, syncookies mitigation

Due to a recent increase in SynFlood attacks on my company's systems i've been testing by Syn flooding the hosts myself to see how easy they are to disrupt, and the answer is 'quite easy'. By using a ...
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Is it possible to have multiple users on FreeDOS? For remote terminal use

Is there a way to support multiple users on FreeDos? I'm asking because I have an old application in clipper that runs on MS-DOS and I'd like to make it available over my LAN so that users could ...
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Will MX records with a longer TTL help mitigate effects of DoS attack?

We have our email hosted at Google Apps, and have our DNS servers for the domain setup at Namecheap. About a month ago our website went down (not a big deal, since it's most just a contact info ...
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Need to send keystrokes to DOS app from Windows at idle logout

I am supporting a legacy Paradox 4.5 for DOS system. Our users connect to a single terminal server (Windows Server 2003) to run Paradox. We frequently need to boot everyone out of the system. Our ...
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How to transfer file(s) from a Unix system to a DOS system? [closed]

What is the simplest way to transfer files from a Unix system to a DOS system? Preferably without any "extra" tools on the DOS side.
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DOS printer text output has wrong characters on “new” computer

I'm trying to rescue an old DOS 6.2 application that originally ran on a 486 DX2 computer. I've moved the hard drive into a relatively newer Celeron 633, and everything seems to work fine except for ...
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TCP DOS: How to terminate CLOSE_WAIT connections? [closed]

One of my servers is getting DOS'ed - there are a large number of connections in the CLOSE_WAIT state which are preventing legitimate users from connecting to the system. So is there any way to close ...
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How Can I Create Multiple Files of a single file in multiple Directories?

Hello I am trying to create multiple copies of a single file in multiple directories? for example I have 6 folders with a single file in each folder named lp.html, How can I run a batch to create 100 ...
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Is this DoS attack [duplicate]

I am seeing a huge number of connections from a single IP. # netstat -alpn | grep :80 | grep 92.98.64.103 tcp 0 0 my.ip.address.x:80 92.98.64.103:45629 TIME_WAIT - ...
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Windows server 2008, a very small DDoS is able to kill my server

So I have this i7 3.2Ghz 6-core dedicated server running Windows Server 2008, with a 1Gbps internet speed. Everything runs fine and nice, and the machine is strong enough to handle even up to 700 ...
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PHP web hosting: how to prevent clients to DOS/DDOS?

I'm providing a partial web hosting solution where my clients may upload and execute their own php scripts. Besides the security routine I'll have to check (off topic here) I would like to know ...
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Clearing temp files - Batch file pattern matching for *.tmp also includes *.tmpll

A file match for *.tmp also returns various *.tmpll files, is there anyway to restrict it to *.tmp files only? dir C:\*.tmp /s Also lists a load of *.tmpll files as well. Reason for doing this is ...
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netfilter ip_conntrack and (d)DoS

Does using netfilter.ip_conntrack in the kernel in anyway help mitigate (d)DoS attacks or does it make it worse? I know it adds the ability to track connections and such but just curious if it helps ...
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file locking problems with recent Samba versions (from DOS/Clipper under XP)

we have several DOS applications (Clipper) which share dbase files on a file server. The applications run under XP. This has worked for about two decades with Netware and for years with Samba (member ...
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Using NGINX as a front end to a single IIS server on the same machine?

I have been using NGINX as a reverse proxy frontend to IIS 7.5 for a couple year on a production server that is directly exposed to the internet (e.g. no firewall, except the Windows 2008 built in ...
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How can I implement an ip whitelist to protect my server?

I'm going to start running a gameserver soon and I want a way to reduce the the damage of a denial of service attack. I want to make it so when someone joins the game their ip adress is added to a ...
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Saving windows command prompt history to a file

Is it possible to save DOS command prompt history to a file? I'm going to work in sqlplus and would like to save all commands that were used and executed in a log file. Example, I would like to ...
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How to do a “for” with multi operations in dos batch

I need to ZIP all files Bak inside a folder and subfolders, and at the end of each zipping job, delete the bak file. I wrote something like this, but it don't works: for /F %%f in ('dir /s /b ...
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Our FPD 2.6 application can't open files with long file names on SBS 2011

Our FoxPro for DOS 2.6 (FPD) application apparently is not able to see filenames longer than 8 characters when run on Windows XP Pro or Win 7 (32-bit) stations over Small Business Server 2011 running ...
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Can there be created a different firmware for mother boards different than DOS [closed]

Maybe this is a dumb question but is something I need to know. All laptops, computers, etc that i've used until today runs DOS as bios firmware... So I was wondering if there is motherboards running ...
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nginx (auto) reload by (secret) http request? [closed]

I want to generate an IP firewall list for nginx through PHP. PHP generates the firewall.conf and this I want to include in nginx. The problem is that nginx doesn't check changes in .conf-files, so I ...
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Best Practice for captcha based protection against D.O.S to Nginx Proxy

The idea is explained here In simple words, Nginx Proxy plays the role of load balance and transmits the HTTP/HTTPS requests to servers. If the number of request times within a certain period from ...
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How to use MS DOS-defined aliases in Powershell

I have some aliases that are defined in MS Dos style, how can I invoke those from Powershell? When I type "alias" from Powershell prompt, I can see my aliases defined there but when I try to call them ...
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Prevent scanning of the Apache's /default directory

I have two directories, under /var/www/vhosts: mydomain/ and default/. Files in default directory can be accessed using IP address of our server. I have checked Apache log and somebody is ...
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How to create a yesterday date in a batch

copy \\server01\E$\LogFiles\IVR\bcR\??120428.* \\LBC\workgroup\cs\ftp\Team\bcR\ copy \\server02\E$\LogFiles\IVR\bcR\??120428.* \\LBC\workgroup\cs\ftp\Team\bcR\ copy ...
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Logging UDP flood DDOS attacks? [closed]

How do I log UDP flood DDOS attacks? Right now I am thinking about detecting if the server is receiving more than X megabytes per second for Y seconds, and then doing trafshow > logs.txt as root ...
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Iptables ratelimit UDP DOS attacks

Well, I've been a victim of Ddos attacks and I really can't figure out how to avoid it. On some machines it works, while on some it doesn't or probably I'm doing it wrong in some way, Attackers are ...
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How do I get out of FreeDOS and boot the system back up without a hard reboot? [closed]

I was running a diagnostic utility from Broadcom on my network hardware and it ran in FreeDOS. I've never used this before and I am unfamiliar with it. Now I am trying to avoid hitting the power ...
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Virtualize MS-DOS desktop & copying the HDD verbatim

Here at work, we have one user with some specialized legacy software, the developer of which has gone "belly up"* a long time ago. When trying to copy the program to other systems (trying to check if ...
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Monitor DoS attack with snmp [closed]

Is there any way to monitor DoS attacks with SNMP or any other software which based on Linux and could monitor router / switches and alert when a DoS attack is observed?
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How to calculate the starting address of a partition from MBR

Given a MBR and the structure of MBR/partition table, how can you calculate the size and starting address of each partition? For clarification let's say I was given this- Answer: There are ...
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How to issue an rsh command in the background?

How to issue an rsh command to run in the background? Example: within a batch file i call rsh 10.1.1.2 -lroot /etc/rtcinst/myscript.ksh which runs on a remote unix machine. This script takes a ...
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DOS command for creation date file

I've been wondering, using this dos command for %a in (MyFile.txt) do set FileDate=%~ta Is there a way to have the full date from the day to the second? EDIT: For now I get : set ...
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wsname logfile to a filename using mac address or hostname

I am using wsname to rename workstations as they are deployed. i have a \logfile switch which changes the default location of the wsname logfile to a folder on the C drive. I want to change this to a ...
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Dos find command? [closed]

Are there any utility find commands that you can download and use in DOS which match the UNIX find command?
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Windows 2008 folder has lost all permissions, can't be deleted, edited or permissions changed

I was testing a batch file that used the following dos command rmdir test2 /s /q, this command failed part way through and now I seem to have folders that have no permissions. For example, in the ...
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How do I copy stdout and stderr into a log file in Windows XP?

I have a script that I'm running from a command line. I want the stdout and stderr to be displayed on the screen and also to be copied into a logfile with append. What is the syntax for this ...
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File server share access intermittent/slow/machine unstable: win2k8r2

I have a file server running Win2k8R2 on an older HP DL380G4. It has nothing set up on it other than file sharing. All drivers/firmware/updates installed. The file server is used as a dump for a bunch ...
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FoxPro 2.6 DOS on Windows 7 64-bit

I support a company that has a very old, mission critical, FoxPro for DOS 2.6 (FPD) application. For variuos reasons the company didn't adapt/migrate their app, which, ironically, has been running ...
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Determining End of Line Delimiter

How do you verify what the delimiter for a file is? I'm using eclipse to edit a script file on my windows system that I use to deploy on my unix server. The script specifies file names and I'd like ...
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What is the function in Windows similar to Inode in Linux?

Is there any commands which is same as the function inode in Linux. Any info will be helpful.
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UDP in DOS and Windows

I have two computers, one with Windows and another with FreeDOS. I want to generate UDP packets on the Windows PC and receive and view the contents of the package on a computer with FreeDOS.
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where i can get the ms dos alone [closed]

where i can get the ms dos alone ???
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linux backslash for dos

In linux I can use newlines in commands using the backslash in order to improve readability in shell scripts etc: ls -l \ --reverse \ --human-readable \ --full-time Is this possible in ...
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How can I create multiple, numbered copies of a file in Windows?

I have a file named poll001.html, and need to create 100 copies that are named incrementally (i.e poll002.html, poll003.html...etc). I know this is stupid, but it is what boss-man wants. any ...
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Is there a program that will monitor a txt file and print it when ever it is updated automaticly?

Client is using a very old DOS program that I can not get to directly print. I can get it to write out to a txt file though. I know about PrintFile but it will only print the file once and won't print ...
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Windows 7 Custom Environment Variable Disappears

I am trying to set a custom environment variable in Windows 7, which needs to be done programmatically as it must be set on multiple computers. I have been testing one a single machine, but When I ...