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Application to automatically upload a file to your web host every few minutes?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by alex-19841, Aug 8, 2012.

  1. alex-19841

    alex-19841 Regular Member

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    The title pretty much says it all, does anyone know of an application to automatically upload a file to your web host every few minutes?
     
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    dtang4 Regular Member

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    Where is the file being uploaded from?

    You can possibly set up a CRON job for this.
     
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    alex-19841 Regular Member

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    aishahriar BANNED BANNED

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    cron job can't do it, unless you put your file on your host, if your file is on your PC
    you can make a custom bot with imacro to do this
     
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    OP, AutoFTP should do the trick for you as it has scheduler feature. You can schedule auto-recurring transfers for any future date/time.
     
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    CuteFTP and Winautomation can both do this on schedules.
     
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    If you use a Mac or *nix then you can use a cronjob plus ncftpput, very easy.

    If you are using Windows you can use a batch file to do the upload, and then schedule that with the "at" command (which is very similar to Unix cron).