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Old 05-20-2005, 09:31 PM   #1
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A friend told me about a program that can send anonymous net send messages. I will soon be in charge of a computer conference in which high school students and teachers are all a part of a large network. We have had problems with net send messages at past conferences. Are there any sniffers or anything that may tell me the original source (preferably an IP) of a net send even if they use an anonymous sender?
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Old 05-26-2005, 10:56 AM   #2
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Why use netsend? Why not use a Intranet chat.
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Old 05-26-2005, 03:28 PM   #3
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I am talking about when people at the conference send messaged to the entire domain with bad words on them. This is not a good thing to show up on 2200 computers. We put SP2 on all the computers we have control of, but the messages can still be sent to vendors.
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Umm you need to be admin to do that. If you are just fine the user under control alt delete then click send message. I think thats what you mean.
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I'm not looking for a way to prevent it from happening, I know thats pretty much hopeless since theres way too many computers there and most of them we have no control over. I just want a way to monitor who sent the message. I have since found out that with a sniffer (probably ethereal), I can sniff the IP who sent the message, then look on the DHCP clients table to determine the MAC of who sent it. With this information, I can bust the person who did it (my favorite part!) :-D. If anybody knows of another way, let me know.
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