Anonymous NET SEND allows you to send messages to other computers on your network using the Windows Messaging Service while faking your name. Please note that this service is unfortunately disabled by default in windows XP SP2 and can only be enabled by an administrator.
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All components of a Windows application need to work together to let your application work smoothly. The browser should not be a bottleneck, but has to work with all kinds of browsers on all kinds of systems and should not have any security restrictions. A printer needs to be configured and should be working properly. An email program needs to send emails. All services that are usually available to your users on their Windows computers should be available to your application. Microsoft provides many services to do this. One of them is Windows Messaging. In this tutorial I’ll show you how to use anonymous NET SEND to send emails from any website in the world from within your own application. Two applications are required to send emails using NET SEND. One is the application you want to send emails from and another is the application that does all the work. I will use two applications in my demonstration, one to send messages as regular user and one to send messages as administrator. You might want to create a separate class library that implements the Win32 API and you can refer to it in your regular Win32 application. This is useful if you have to re-use components of your Win32 application in other applications. So what do you need? First of all you need the NET SEND library, which you can find at Microsoft: 2. To test if the NET SEND library supports sending emails it is easiest to do it using an external email application. The best one is most likely the free Yahoo! Mail: 3. You will also need the following third party libraries. Unfortunately these are not included in the NET SEND library but you can get them at a. ewsutil.dll – This library is used to send email messages as administrator. Make sure you have installed it on all computer where you are going to test this. b. EWS.dll – This one is used to send email messages as normal user. You can get it here: 4. The code below creates a new anonymous NET SEND
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This is a tool that lets you send messages to other computers on your network using the Windows Messaging Service while faking your name. There’s no way around the problem of the UAC prompt when you use the anon.msb file. However, you can avoid UAC prompts when you use a web page to access files on your machine by using the Run as Administrator option and the Hypertext Application on Demand (HTA) option in Internet Explorer. You can turn these options on under Internet Options. Then, when you’re on the victim machine, all of the files you access via anonymous Internet Send can be accessed from your HTA application. As for the “signature” issue, I’ve had to remove it myself in order to deliver the anon.msb file successfully. It’s way too time consuming to re-deliver the file everytime I update it. Thanks, JKnarr Click to expand… I’m currently testing this and am using the W32Stealth framework, which will also strip the signature from the files if you’re not running the installer file as admin. You can also use the W32Stealth framework to create this file if you haven’t already. It isn’t an extension program, but rather a wrapper that helps you create the anon.msb file using an existing copy of the Msb files. There’s no way around the problem of the UAC prompt when you use the anon.msb file. However, you can avoid UAC prompts when you use a web page to access files on your machine by using the Run as Administrator option and the Hypertext Application on Demand (HTA) option in Internet Explorer. You can turn these options on under Internet Options. Then, when you’re on the victim machine, all of the files you access via anonymous Internet Send can be accessed from your HTA application. As for the “signature” issue, I’ve had to remove it myself in order to deliver the anon.msb file successfully. It’s way too time consuming to re-deliver the file everytime I update it. Thanks, JKnarr Click to expand… I’m currently testing this and am using the W32Stealth framework, which will also strip the signature from the files if you’re not running the installer file as admin. You can also use the W32Stealth framework to create this
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NET SEND is a command line utility which allows you to quickly send anonymous messages to other computers on your network. If you want to send messages to other users without doing it as yourself, then you need to use the new Windows Messaging service to do so. Of course, the Messenger will not let you masquerade as other users as well as you are able to from a physical machine. What the Messenger isn’t so good for is when we want to masquerade as other users (someone other than ourselves) from an IP address of a network. Although it is not an easily implementable feature, it is quite useful for displaying idle or valid information to other computers. If you want to send messages to other computers on your network, then you need to use the Windows Messaging service. This allows you to send messages to other users with the same name as yourself from another computer than your own. Here’s how it works: First of all you need to verify that your Windows Messenger service is working. You can use the Window’s Messenger service to do so. Go to the Control Panel, open the Administrative Tools and open the Services window. In the Services window, locate and click on the Windows Messenger service. In the next window click on the Properties button. In the General properties dialog you will see a Startup Type of Automatic. Leave this as is. Now, you need to turn on the Windows Messenger service. Go back to the Services window and locate the Messenger service. Click on the Services tab and click on Start. In the next window select the Startup type as Manual. This will stop the service until you restart the computer. NET SEND as described above is not safe to use because you are masquerading as another user. Nevertheless, it has a lot of uses as I mentioned earlier. The Windows NT operating system has two Network Control programs called WinNTService and NetSvc. Both of them allow you to send messages to other computers on your network and you can even log in to those computers using a WinNTService or NetSvc console. If you want to use this feature then you will need to to install the Windows NT network support (NTS) which is included with the Microsoft Remote Network Services Remote Connection Program. You can use the Windows NT network support service if you have a terminal emulator such as PuTTY or the Windows Console. The Windows NT network support service allows you to log in to a remote computer over the Internet or within your
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OS: Windows 7/8/10 Processor: 3 GHz or faster Memory: 2 GB RAM Storage: 100 MB available space Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 or ATI Radeon HD 5850 (Vegas 3) Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 Compatible Sound Card DirectX: DirectX 9.0 Compatible DirectX 11 (64-bit Only) Hard Drive: 10 GB available space Internet Connection: Broadband Internet Connection Additional Notes: The game