Usenet Posting - Obfuscation, PAR files, RAR uploads and other things

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  • Nyuu

    Flexible usenet binary posting tool

    That's the conclusion I came to, but contrary to expectations, I saw newer uploaders lowering it to 700k for compatibility instead. - https://github.com/demanuel/NewsUP/pull/67 - https://github.com/animetosho/Nyuu/issues/1

  • ngPost

    Command Line (or minimalist GUI) usenet poster for binaries developped in C++/QT designed to be as fast as possible and offer all the main features to post data easily and safely. Releases for Linux, Windows and MacOS are available.

    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

  • Appwrite

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  • NewsUP

    Fully feature high performance binary usenet uploader/poster

    That's the conclusion I came to, but contrary to expectations, I saw newer uploaders lowering it to 700k for compatibility instead. - https://github.com/demanuel/NewsUP/pull/67 - https://github.com/animetosho/Nyuu/issues/1

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