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/*Placed in the public domain by Sam Trenholme*/
#include <arpa/inet.h>
#include <string.h>
#define Z struct sockaddr
#define Y sizeof(d)
int main(int a,char **b){long int i;char q[512],p
[17]="\xc0\f\0\x01\0\x01\0\0\0\0\0\x04";socklen_t
f=511;if(a>1){i=htonl(inet_addr(b[1]));p[15]=255&
i;struct sockaddr_in d;bzero(&d,Y);p[14]=(65280&i
)>>8;a=socket(AF_INET,SOCK_DGRAM,0);d.sin_family=
AF_INET;d.sin_port=htons(53);p[13]=(0xff0000&i)>>
16;p[12]=i>>24;bind(a,(Z*)&d,Y);for(;;){if(11<(i=
recvfrom(a,q,255,0,(Z*)&d,&f))&&q[2]>=0){q[7]++;q
[2]|=128;memcpy(q+i,p,16);sendto(a,q,i+16,0,(Z*)&
d,Y);}}}}

Note: There is a single compile-time warning when compiled with -Wall; if this bothers you, you can place 10 bytes of bloat in the form of return 0; at the end of the program (before the final })

Since you are a Slashdot user, I am sure you can figure out exactly what the above code does without needing anything wimpy like documentation.

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