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netcat (often abbreviated to nc) is a computer networking utility for reading from and writing to network connections using TCP or UDP. The command is designed to be a dependable back-end 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 investigation tool, since it can produce almost any kind of connection its user could need and has a number of built-in capabilities.
Its list of features includes port scanning, transferring files, and port listening, and it can be used as a backdoor.

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    NSW NCAT - protection of parties in proceedings?

    Is there any legal protection for parties to proceedings? In a truly bizarre turn of events an applicant who took me and several people to NCAT a couple of years ago in relation to a strata matter (and lost) now wants to take me to NCAT for being a respondent in their original application. The...
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    NSW Used car dealer refusing refund, using bully tactics

    I bought a used car from a large inter-state auto group in Feb. Exactly one week after collection I found water staining on the ceiling, I assumed it had something to do with the sunroof. Agreed I neglected my due diligence pre-purchase but this was a licensed dealer, I trusted them not to sell...
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    NSW confidentiality order NCAT

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    NSW legal name on NCAT application

    Hi, is an NCAT order enforceable if you don't have the full legal name for NCAT application for the respondent? Can the legal name be changed after an order has been made and enforceable?
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    NSW Landlord Breach of Tenancy - NCAT or Local Court

    Hello Need some help and advice. I have a landlord who breached tenancy. I signed lease and occupy 1 room and bathroom. Other room I play host to visiting colleagues from UNSW. Challenges with this lease is that the landlord breached tenancy by non-disclosure of rising damp which provided...
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    NSW Cost of tribunal appeal and associated charges

    Hi, I am in dispute with a seller who failed to supply me with an order (lights) in reasonable time (took them 22 days when their website said in stock and failed to communicate this to me during several subsequent opportunities). I raised this with FairTrading but they were unable to mediate...
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    NSW Using pre purchase history in a NCAT case

    I have a NCAT case in regards to a Motor Vehicle I bought from a dealer without a warranty. I spoke to the mechanic that serviced the vehicle before I bought it and he said the car was sold off because it had an issue. The expert witness helping with the case has told me I can't use any...
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    NSW Can Confidentiality in Mediation be Broken?

    I have never been involved in civil proceedings before. Several months ago, I was misled into agreeing to mediation with a government agency and on the day of the mediation I realised that it was not what I thought it was: I was led to think that it was to narrow the scope of my complaint...
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    NSW Fabricated Expert Witness Report for NCAT - Suggestions?

    Hi I engaged a Building Consultant to provide me Expert Witness Report and Scott Schedule for NCAT case against the builder. The cost to repair defects is almost 500K for a fairly new home where the Expert referred the most of the defects as structural defects. Any cracks, loose trims are...
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    NSW Recording Private Phone Calls - Evidence in Civil Proceedings?

    I will preface my post by stating the following: I think it's immoral to record private conversations. Nowithstanding, I record all my phone calls automatically. Why would I do something that I think is immoral? It has to do with liars. I can't stand liars. That aside, I have proceedings...