Joel Fentin joel at
Tue Jun 3 09:35:43 CDT 2003

>...Assuming that you
>do want to be legit though, the only way that something like this
>could happen is with Mr. Sixpack's help.

Yes it's legit. It's part of something that involves extreme
security. What is the minimal help Mr. Sixpack needs to give?
>If you give us a better clue to what you are trying, we can
>guide you in the right direction on how to get Mr. Sixpack to help
>you out.

It involves hardware connected to Joe Sixpack's computer.
Exercising that hardware. Others would have the same hardware but
with access other codes. It's not as simple as that but you get
the idea.
>> Is there a way to run a program in the computer from the server?
>> For example. Joe Sixpack has a perl script
>> ( in the location window of his
>> browser. As the perl script executes, one of it's jobs is to run
>> an .exe (or some other) program in Mr. Sixpack's computer.

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