Probably many people know, that Windows 98 and later includes Windows script host (WSH) by default, which allows to run VBScript and JScript code, but few ones used it at least once. In this article I am going to show you useful WSH snippets and script examples and convince you that this feature is really worthwhile. I will also tell you about very useful and cool WSH features, which are almost unknown, and therefore it is not easy to find information about them on the Internet.
Continue reading “Scripts for task automation in Windows. Cool WSH features”
Simple perl script for mp3 broadcasting. Plays tracks in random order.
There is also a .bat + netcat implementation of broadcasting.
This is a simple SSH bruteforce script, also it can be used for batch command execution on multiple computers.
Basically this script loops through the list of IPs specified in iplist.txt, then uses all possible combinations of authorization credentials (from users.txt and passw.txt) and tries to login. If authorization is successful, the script executes a shell command specified in the $cmd variable, grabs the output and stores it in the res.txt file.
Also, the Net::SSH::Perl module must be installed. If you have troubles with installation of this module, then try to install one of the following modules first:
This is a simple example of Tk module usage for GUI creation in Perl. Here is the script to download mp3 files from Last.fm (available only if you’re a paid or recently registered member).
A final version of the script will look like this:
Let’s start. Continue reading “Creating GUI in Perl (Tk)”