Saturday, January 19, 2008

Bot Writing

Previously we have revealed command strings in ICICL-AIPL which would find intentionally obscured public information from commodity exchanges. What if we have a fire-and-forget script, as they say in C+++ and other worlds, a bot of sorts, that would find a precious information and deliver it for us on a silver plate, in other words, in an easy-to-read, formatted file.

Let's use U6's LUICS again. Let's start with the ICICL and AIPL prompts (can we keep it to one, albeit long line, vs. a kilobyte-heavy Microsoft script?):

!@net exit net:pack(open any;tcp/ip:tunnel:any<:any>) look(www:"*.*.*":"*.blog*.com") script(>1:gen(pack:cell:block) get check("*text":"gold,commodity, dollar, bank, central, bubble, crisis, flight, US, China, oil") then get( "noun other(check) use(dictionary synonym simple)[any local] text("?find.rtf") return any time chrono show(("bug name"(Gold Bug)))

The above command contains an ICICL net:pack code which lets it loose, and in the eventuality of unknown network environment, server obstacles, or content hosted by a third party, will let the bot literally turn to a closest U6 hub and fetch an additional AIPL code to read what seems to be an incomprehensible content.

By specifying the "www" we would narrow down the search to the www domains only, eliminating the need to pore through every FTP and other environments.

Since every lemming out there naively went and bought Mac-Linux-Windows server, there is virtually no machine that can recognize U6-specific commands, and, at worst, would discard it through an equally naive, dumb-machine decision of a checksum rejection.

Look at the Gold Bug command again. Short, sweet, intuitive, even to a pierced, pot-soaked wigger youth smart enough to get an A at his liberal-curriculum worship club he calls his high school.

Sorry for the poetic digression. Barring any server patches or exotic things like JAVA BOSSPlus and CGI Gateless, for which the Gold Bug turns to a nearby support machine, the bug is to  look for any content having the check keywords, then  grab the content, and format it, for demonstration purposes  here substituting  non-keyword nouns with simple synonyms from a dictionary found at any workstation of the host, or any nearby U6 machine.

Nice, ain't it? What do we do next?

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