Telnet is a protocol for bidirectional interactive text-oriented communication with remote hosts via virtual terminals. It is defined in [RFC 854](http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc854). Telnet provides no inherent security and so is becoming less commonly supported. On modern UNIX-like systems it ...

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Is is possible to reattach a telnet connection?

Our network involves a series of dumb text terminals which telnet into a SCO OpenServer 6 server. Occasionally, one of these terminals will crash, forcing the operator to move to a different terminal ...
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How to Telnet to Pop3 server?

I have an interview coming up and I want to play around with POP3 and SMTP protocol. I'm trying to login to my gmail's pop3 server account using Microsoft Telnet command line program but it's not ...
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If I use ftp or telnet by accident, to what extent is my password unsafe?

if i use ftp or telnet by accident (usually on the bash shell), to what extend is my password visible? can my coworker see it? can my neighbor see it if i work at home (if not using wireless)? can ...
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Output text file to TCP port

How can I output a text file to a TCP port on Windows Vista using built-in software? For example, type TextFile.csv | telnet localhost 1979 This doesn't work: The process tried to write to a ...