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JavaSpy.class

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I want a java-applet which is called JavaSpy and can see the users IP-address or other applet. I also need the parameters för the applet.
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mailto:joacim_j@algonet.se
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The applet you need (including source) is at
http://www.mbay.net/~carvdawg/ispy.html

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