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Is there a CLI tool that can check nzb completion ?
3 projects | /r/usenet | 3 Sep 2021
Had to compile ngPost myself on Linux since the old AppImages used old SSL library. Now my compiled version doesn’t recognize that I have par2 installed o my system. How can I make ngPost find that one? (It does detect my /use/bin/rar execufable)
2 projects | /r/usenet | 26 Jun 2023
Then download the source code as ZIP file from GitHub (https://github.com/mbruel/ngPost/archive/refs/heads/master.zip)2 projects | /r/usenet | 26 Jun 2023
Noob trying uploading/posting to Usenet
5 projects | /r/usenet | 10 Jun 2023
ngpost is very beginner friendly, try using that instead
Need help uploading a binary
2 projects | /r/usenet | 6 Jan 2023
Maybe you want to give ngPost a try: https://github.com/mbruel/ngPost2 projects | /r/usenet | 6 Jan 2023
Why are you trying to compile it from source ?
Usenet Posting - Obfuscation, PAR files, RAR uploads and other things
4 projects | /r/usenet | 11 May 2022
I assume standard obfuscation only consists of renaming the files and then posting normally while article obfuscation is modifying the subject like in the nyuu issue above. If someone is familiar with ngpost, are there 3 levels of obfuscation available here - article, filename and archive name? I can’t imagine much use for filename obfuscation if the other two are used, is everything else unnecessary with article obfuscation? The ngpost author also seems to be against obfuscation in general
Upload all files inside folder
2 projects | /r/usenet | 3 Jul 2021
If we dont use RAR, are passwords possible ?
A bit of a different tack: consider whether you even need to use a password. I made a comment here to the tune of thinking it makes little sense in most cases. Do passwords actually provide any more protection than obfuscation? Before mindlessly answering 'yes', consider the fact that passwords aren't actually used for secure encryption purposes in Usenet (since the password needs to be shared around), but rather a fancy form of obfuscation. Unfortunately, I don't really have any hard evidence one way or the other, so I don't like making this point (though I'd argue that proponents don't have any evidence either), but I think it's worth the thought.
Actually, both are incorrect, and I explain why that's a bad idea. The behaviour may have been true in the past, but isn't today (and as mentioned, writing temporary files sucks for performance).
I just noticed this from mbruel https://github.com/mbruel/ngPost/issues/102
What are some alternatives?
Nyuu - Flexible usenet binary posting tool
NewsUP - Fully feature high performance binary usenet uploader/poster
llvm-string-obfuscator - LLVM String Obfuscator
bkcrack - Crack legacy zip encryption with Biham and Kocher's known plaintext attack.
nzbverify - Command-line NZB file verification utility
MystiQ - Qt5/C++ FFmpeg Media Converter
mbedcrypto - a portable, small, easy to use and fast c++14 library for cryptography.
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