MSDOS command question and "webdev"

Posted by: Norsca

MSDOS command question and "webdev" - 08/09/03 08:19 AM

I almost 99% positive that there is a msdos command that allows users to view all ip addresses connected with the computer the command is initiated on. I have read a few websites on dos commands, but none seem to have what I am looking for. Can anyone send me a link to a website that does have this command? Or am I wrong and it doesn't even exist

Reason I am asking is, twice so far, when I have dropped my firewall I have had a program called "webdev" installed on my computer by someone. The guy (or girl) isn't very good since everytime they have tried I have gotten a system warning anouncing that they are there. So, with that my second question is what exactly is webdev? Just trying to figure out what exactly this guy is trying to do.

And a third, and final question, if I reported this to the persons local authorities, would they actually do anything? Or would I just be wasting my time?
Posted by: Crime

Re: MSDOS command question and "webdev" - 08/09/03 09:50 AM

yeh, dont be an asshole, just remove the program and try not to get infected again.

http://www.lavasoft.de <--- get ad-aware, its free

and i think that command is netstats -n

err, webdev is a trojan that allows user to see if your running a website on your computer, it give them access to change shit
Posted by: unreal

Re: MSDOS command question and "webdev" - 08/09/03 10:19 AM

netstat -n
Posted by: sinetific

Re: MSDOS command question and "webdev" - 08/09/03 02:17 PM

waste of time
Posted by: superpozition

Re: MSDOS command question and "webdev" - 08/09/03 07:18 PM

Find out the persons IP and get your revenge. wtf man, do not call the cops.
Posted by: unreal

Re: MSDOS command question and "webdev" - 08/09/03 10:42 PM

Yeah, don't call the cops. Being a ub3r-DoS k1dd13 is much cooler.
Posted by: Norsca

Re: MSDOS command question and "webdev" - 08/09/03 11:47 PM

I don't really care about revenge, who ever it was wasn't very good and will probably get caught by someone who takes the situation to personally eventually. For now I'll just follow crime's advice and try not to screw up again.