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  1. hi am new and i just started learning autoit am starting to do a little program that can help me in my work i dont know how to do it correctly : a combobox that shows what com port are connected to devices in the computer and when i choose a port and click on a button called info_port i want that he desplay in $result the name of the device connected to the choosen com port. i want to use this file to help me : CommMG.au3 thanks #include 'CommMG.au3' ;comm ports library Global $result = GUICtrlCreateEdit("", 364, 135, 568, 595) Global $info_port =
  2. Hi guys! I'm having a trouble with TCPAccept() on compiled scripts. This script I made to test: #include <Debug.au3> _DebugSetup() TCPStartup() $Main = TCPListen("0.0.0.0", 8081) _DebugOut("TCPListen output: " & $Main) While True $ac = TCPAccept($Main) _DebugOut("TCPAccept return: " & $ac) If $ac <> -1 Then _DebugOut("There's someone out here!") TCPSend($ac, "hi") EndIf WEndWorks fine if I run it by pressing F5 on SciTe window. But if I compile it and then execute the executable file, it does n
  3. I want to start by saying that I understand that this might be treading into malware territory, in which case just lock this. But if anyone can help please do. I was wondering if anyone knows how to bind cmd.exe to port like netcat does e.g. nc -Lp 31337 -vv -e cmd.exe
  4. Is there any way using autoit to write a small script that can check if ports 5060-5069 are open?
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