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This is a small “Console Application” that displays the current status of your
Messenger Service.
This program was written by Ged Taylor (Mt. Juliet, TN) over the summer.
This program was created as a quick and dirty project. It was created to answer the need of my friends and me to quickly and easily “check out” our Messenger Service. It was not, nor is it ever intended to be, a complete Windows Messenger tool.
This program was created using Visual C++ 6.0 (includes the MFC Framework and Unicode).
This Program is compatible with the following Platforms:
Microsoft Windows NT4, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, 7, 8, 10
This Program was created for use on Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008.
You can download the latest version of Shoot The Messenger For Windows 10 Crack at:

You can also download the latest version from GitHub:

[Initiating a copy of the previous story we have been working on the Shoot The Messenger. (Disclaimer: there is not much that could be said about this application, good or bad; however, we feel that it may be of interest to some, and we wanted to let others see how it was done. We hope that all of those interested in the inner workings of the program will see it is far from something intended for production. -LMH])
For more information on the Shoot The Messenger project, please see the following web site:

Release Note:
The first version of this program is currently live at
Current Release:
Version 1.0 is available for FREE download at
Version 1.1:

Shoot The Messenger With Key

View the status of your system’s Messenger Service. This is a useful tool to ascertain the current state of your Messenger Service. The current state of the Messenger service can be accessed by running “netstat -a” on the command line. The status can also be found under the Networking tab of the Control Panel.
Shut the Messenger Service:
This will quit the Messenger service.
Other commands:
shut -q -a (remove service)
shut -r (reboot)
shutdown (restart)
shouten@shotthemessenger:~$ shouten@shotthemessenger:~$./a.out
Hello, this program is a utility to analyze your Messenger Service.
Have a nice day!
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Shoot The Messenger

With “Shoot The Messenger” you can quickly measure your Message-Passing service.
“Shoot The Messenger” is a very simple program that analyses UDP packets that are transmitted from one of the computer’s network interfaces.

You will need:
1) A computer that is connected to the Internet, where you will be running “Shoot The Messenger”
2) A system that understands the Pcap files produced by the program

How To Run “Shoot The Messenger”
Run the program by opening the “Shoot The Messenger” executable (Make sure to right click and choose “Open”!)
If it asks you for a password, input your Windows password.

Once it has been installed, the program will automatically open a new dialog. You should see the following screen:


Most people will only need to run this program once to obtain a good measurement. This means that you will only need to open this dialog once.

The program will now keep a count of the number of packets sent from the computer. The first time it runs, you should see a dialog like this:


The first time that you run this program, your source IP address will be displayed in the “Remote IP” field, and the number of packets will be displayed in the “Packets Sent” field.
You can then click “OK” to end the program.

How “Shoot The Messenger” Works
With “Shoot The Messenger”, you can, in theory, analyze all incoming packets. The program will automatically run every time that you are connected to the Internet, and analyze the packets. Any time that you are not connected to the Internet, this program will stop analyzing packets.

Basically, the program will work by analysing packets on a “Network Interface”, and creating a “Pcap” file (a saveable file type) containing the data found in the incoming packet. This data is then submitted to a server, which then provides a summary of the current activity of the Messengers.

The application will also note where it has stopped. This will help to determine what is causing the “disconnect”.

You can also modify the program’s behaviour. You can change the number of packets that are analysed per “network interface”. The default number is 500. This will allow you to test various settings at once.

What’s New In Shoot The Messenger?

Shoot The Messenger is a free, stand-alone application which allows you to see the current state of your Messenger Service. You can quickly determine if your Messenger Service is online and/or corrupted. As soon as it is online, shoot it!

I’ve always called it MSN messenger service, but I saw that it’s also known as the “Windows Messenger Service”.
Since the Messenger Service is enabled by default, without asking the user, who are we going to defend to? We should be defending ourself!
I think it’s time to make a change and remove it!
PS. I’ve found this question on the Internet Archive, which seems to have been posted in 2001.


The consensus seems to be no, it shouldn’t go. We have tools for Windows and servers for the network to provide authentication and encryption. Allowing the service to be run as an anonymous application is a major security and possibly liability risk, and the additional obfuscation that a dial up connection would require is just unnecessary overhead.


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System Requirements:

For Windows
Minimum System Requirements
Windows OS XP or newer
Minimum RAM 8 GB (32-bit)
Minimum free hard disk space 6 GB (32-bit)
Minimum Graphics Card Nvidia GeForce 6 or newer
Processor Intel Pentium IV or newer
Recommended System Requirements
Minimum RAM 16 GB (32-bit)
Minimum free hard disk space 9 GB (32-bit)
Minimum Graphics Card Nvidia GeForce 8 or newer
Processor Intel Core 2 Duo or