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. (by mbruel)

ngPost Alternatives

Similar projects and alternatives to ngPost based on common topics and language

  • Nyuu

    ngPost VS Nyuu

    Flexible usenet binary posting tool

  • nzbCheck

    command line tool to check nzb files. First inside the nzb to see if each files has the expected number of Articles, then we check their availability on Usenet using the NNTP Stat command. Implemented in C++11/Qt5, nzbCheck is released for Linux, Windows, MacOS and RPI.

  • Scout APM

    Less time debugging, more time building. Scout APM allows you to find and fix performance issues with no hassle. Now with error monitoring and external services monitoring, Scout is a developer's best friend when it comes to application development.

  • NewsUP

    ngPost VS NewsUP

    Fully feature high performance binary usenet uploader/poster

  • MystiQ

    ngPost VS MystiQ

    Qt5/C++ FFmpeg Media Converter

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  • Usenet Posting - Obfuscation, PAR files, RAR uploads and other things
    4 projects | | 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
  • How to share on USENET?
    1 project | | 9 Aug 2021
    ngPost may be a good program to start with as it also has a GUI (graphical user interface):
  • Is the NgPost development still ongoing?
    1 project | | 7 Aug 2021
    Last commit was on 2021-05-16. I personally wouldn't consider it abandoned at this stage. (besides, the Usenet upload scene is full of people using abandoned software, so I'm not even sure abandonment means much anyway)
  • Upload all files inside folder
    2 projects | | 3 Jul 2021
  • If we dont use RAR, are passwords possible ?
    4 projects | | 30 Apr 2021
    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.
    4 projects | | 30 Apr 2021
    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).
    4 projects | | 30 Apr 2021
    I just noticed this from mbruel
  • Uploading to usenet with no SSL. Safe?
    2 projects | | 29 Apr 2021
    The Nyuu wiki has a good comparison. If you're familiar with a command line Nyuu itself is a good choice, if not choose one of the programs with a GUI like ngPost or JBinUp (doesn't have a site anymore and isn't actively maintained).


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mbruel/ngPost is an open source project licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 only which is an OSI approved license.

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