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COPYRIGHT Netcat is entirely my own creation, although plenty of other code was used as examples. It is freely given away to the Internet community in the hope that it will be useful, with no restrictions except giving credit where it is due. No GPLs, Berkeley copy‐ rights or any of that nonsense. The author assumes NO responsibility for how anyone uses it. If netcat makes you rich somehow and you're feeling generous, mail me a check. If you are affiliated in any way with Microsoft Network, get a life. Always ski in control. Comments, questions, and patches to firstname.lastname@example.org. NOTES Some port names in /etc/services contain hyphens -- netcat assumes dashes are only used for ranges, so you have to escape the hyphens with backslashes (e.g. "netcat localhost 'ftp\-data'") to use them. BUGS Efforts have been made to have netcat "do the right thing" in all its various modes. If you believe that it is doing the wrong thing under whatever circumstances, please notify me and tell me how you think it should behave. If netcat is not able to do some task you think up, minor tweaks to the code will probably fix that. It provides a ba‐ sic and easily-modified template for writing other network applications, and I cer‐ tainly encourage people to make custom mods and send in any improvements they make to it. Continued feedback from the Internet community is always welcome! SEE ALSO /usr/share/doc/netcat/README.gz AUTHOR This manual page was written by Joey Hess
and Robert Woodcock , cribbing heavily from Netcat's README file. Netcat was written by a guy we know as the Hobbit .