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March 20, 2012, 07:58:16 AM
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Code:
@echo off
REM - A simple batch file to do a constant ping even if the server is unreachable
:pingGoogle
@echo on
ping google.com -t
@echo off
goto :pingGoogle

The power and internet at my house kept going on and off, so I made a batch file to let me know when it was online so I could make a post.
Pretty much a really useless script.

I would have just left: ping google.com -t running...except if there was no internet connection, it would kill the ping and wait for a new ping attempt.

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March 20, 2012, 03:41:30 PM
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Yeah, continue to spam google with packets. They will, think you are trying to DDoS them(unlikely to happen with a single computer especially to bring down google)

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March 20, 2012, 03:55:35 PM
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Yeah, continue to spam google with packets. They will, think you are trying to DDoS them(unlikely to happen with a single computer especially to bring down google)
You must not understand why I made this script.
When you ping anything public (google, yahoo...or any IP that is outside of your local network) but you don't have connectivity, the packets wont ever get there.
My connection kept going down every 30-40 ping's so I doubt google would ever think it was an attack.

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March 20, 2012, 04:08:47 PM
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Yeah, continue to spam google with packets. They will, think you are trying to DDoS them(unlikely to happen with a single computer especially to bring down google)
You must not understand why I made this script.
When you ping anything public (google, yahoo...or any IP that is outside of your local network) but you don't have connectivity, the packets wont ever get there.
My connection kept going down every 30-40 ping's so I doubt google would ever think it was an attack.

But, if a 1,000 of us used that script at the same time incorporating a different URL, then what would happen? I, too, have been having trouble with Comcast lately.

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March 20, 2012, 04:11:51 PM
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Yeah, continue to spam google with packets. They will, think you are trying to DDoS them(unlikely to happen with a single computer especially to bring down google)
You must not understand why I made this script.
When you ping anything public (google, yahoo...or any IP that is outside of your local network) but you don't have connectivity, the packets wont ever get there.
My connection kept going down every 30-40 ping's so I doubt google would ever think it was an attack.

But, if a 1,000 of us used that script at the same time incorporating a different URL, then what would happen? I, too, have been having trouble with Comcast lately.

~Bruno~

If 1k people can take out google using an IMCP attack, I'll cry laughing...

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March 20, 2012, 04:40:56 PM
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Yeah, continue to spam google with packets. They will, think you are trying to DDoS them(unlikely to happen with a single computer especially to bring down google)
You must not understand why I made this script.
When you ping anything public (google, yahoo...or any IP that is outside of your local network) but you don't have connectivity, the packets wont ever get there.
My connection kept going down every 30-40 ping's so I doubt google would ever think it was an attack.

But, if a 1,000 of us used that script at the same time incorporating a different URL, then what would happen? I, too, have been having trouble with Comcast lately.

~Bruno~

If 1k people can take out google using an IMCP attack, I'll cry laughing...
Hell, I would qualify for doing an IMCP attack based on how I practice my Google-fu.

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