Edit Package netcat-openbsd

TCP/IP swiss army knife

A simple Unix utility which reads and writes data across network
connections using TCP or UDP protocol. It is designed to be a reliable
"back-end" tool that can be used directly or easily driven by other
programs and scripts. At the same time it is a feature-rich network
debugging and exploration tool, since it can create almost any kind of
connection you would need and has several interesting built-in
capabilities.

This package contains the OpenBSD rewrite of netcat, including support
for IPv6, proxies, and Unix sockets.

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Filename Size Changed
CMakeLists.txt 0000001245 1.22 KB almost 10 years
connect-timeout.patch 0000003236 3.16 KB over 13 years
dccp.patch 0000005147 5.03 KB about 8 years
gcc-warnings.patch 0000005028 4.91 KB over 13 years
getservbyname.patch 0000000736 736 Bytes over 13 years
glib-strlcpy.patch 0000002695 2.63 KB over 13 years
help-version-exit.patch 0000000632 632 Bytes about 8 years
nc-1.84-udp_stop.patch 0000000445 445 Bytes over 13 years
netcat-info.patch 0000000707 707 Bytes about 8 years
netcat-openbsd-1.89.tar.bz2 0000012980 12.7 KB over 13 years
netcat-openbsd-debian.patch 0000017340 16.9 KB about 8 years
netcat-openbsd-examples.patch 0000028853 28.2 KB about 8 years
netcat-openbsd-openbsd-compat.patch 0000019627 19.2 KB about 8 years
netcat-openbsd.changes 0000002306 2.25 KB about 8 years
netcat-openbsd.spec 0000003883 3.79 KB about 8 years
no-strtonum.patch 0000002914 2.85 KB over 13 years
pollhup.patch 0000001192 1.16 KB over 13 years
quit-timer.patch 0000002233 2.18 KB about 8 years
reuseaddr.patch 0000000578 578 Bytes over 13 years
send-crlf.patch 0000003283 3.21 KB about 8 years
silence-z.patch 0000000436 436 Bytes about 8 years
socks-b64-prototype.patch 0000000567 567 Bytes about 8 years
udp-scan-timeout.patch 0000001217 1.19 KB about 8 years
verbose-message-to-stderr.patch 0000000690 690 Bytes about 8 years
verbose-numeric-port.patch 0000001428 1.39 KB over 13 years
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