At school in computer service class, me and my friend like to have fun with telnet on other kids in the class hehe. But this one kid actually knows how to shut telnet off! lol. Anyhow, that's why I made this program to start telnet back up. If telnet is already started, nothing happens on the screen to let on that a program is running.
If telnet isn't started up (ie he shut it off) within 2 minutes it will be started back up. A command box pops up blank, and when you close it a bullcrap box comes up saying windows is saving the settings. This is to go along with the unstoppable cmd box coming up.
It goes into the sys tray as a blank icon, you can't bring it back up, and can't close it without ctrl-alt-delete and you can change the exe name to a more disguising name.
It will only work on Windows 2000 or XP I think. Unless 98 has an exe called tlntsvr.exe.
EDIT: btw, thanks to jdinger for the code concerning sending things to the system tray. you might find scraps of his now un-needed code in main.cpp.
Anyhow I included the exe and source code. Tell me what you think!