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Drew

Alright I've seen a few things about Packet Sniffers and etc... but are there commands where you can send packets to processes that I can use in a script?

Yes... I've researched this using both the search feature and the help file. Only sniffers etc.

Maybe I'm not searching thorough enough, but I just figured something out that gave me an idea for the project I'm working on so I'm too happy :). Still searching while waiting for a reply.

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Richard Robertson

If you mean you wish to send information to processes running on the local computer through TCP/IP traffic, all you do is open a connection to localhost or your system's network IP address.

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Thatsgreat2345

You wont be able to do this in AutoIT. What you have to do to inject packets into anything is have the program connect to localhost, have your program listen on the port it is connecting to. Connect to the real place and port. Then receive all data from the program, and send it to the real place, then receive all from the real place and send it to the program. This can be done in C++ and some other languages but I do not believe it is able to be done in AutoIT.

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Richard Robertson

AutoIt can do TCP/IP. Where did you get the idea that it couldn't? I'm sure there are already "port redirection" scripts out there.

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