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1.)plz im a bit of a noob when it comes to this...but how do u send a command to a network pc....like my friend in school managed to send a command to the other pc and it was porn full volume and the other student got suspended :P.

2.)i heard that i can make a virus with notepad by saving as .bat and changing file type to all files....if so what do i write???like cmd commands???but what kind..

3.)what other virus formats can i use apart from vbs,bat???

P.S:experimental purposes only :D

P.S.2:if any one wants to know how to get credit card no.s temme :D

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You touch on a point I was curious a bout a while back..

How does one broadcast a message to all machines on a wired/wireless network... such as... system will be doing down in 10 seconds for maintenance?.. or hey buddy, I don't care if you piggyback on my bandwidth so long as you ask first... click.

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Why would you want to make a virus? I don't see the experimental purpose of doing that. Distributing credit card numbers is a felony...FYI.

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2.)i heard that i can make a virus with notepad by saving as .bat and changing file type to all files....if so what do i write???like cmd commands???but what kind..

3.)what other virus formats can i use apart from vbs,bat???

P.S:experimental purposes only biggrin.gif

P.S.2:if any one wants to know how to get credit card no.s temme biggrin.gif

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net send <computer name> "message"

net send all "message" - (This broadcasts the message to everyone on the network)

you can use a command in notepad like 'net send ComputerLab01 Hey everyone, I'm about to get suspended'. You can then copy and paste that command hundreds of times. Save as a .bat. Then just open the file.

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net send <computer name> "message"

net send all "message" - (This broadcasts the message to everyone on the network)

you can use a command in notepad like 'net send ComputerLab01 Hey everyone, I'm about to get suspended'. You can then copy and paste that command hundreds of times. Save as a .bat. Then just open the file.

Unfortunately, the turned off the messenger service by default with XP SP2.

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net send <computer name> "message"

net send all "message" - (This broadcasts the message to everyone on the network)

you can use a command in notepad like 'net send ComputerLab01 Hey everyone, I'm about to get suspended'. You can then copy and paste that command hundreds of times. Save as a .bat. Then just open the file.

Unfortunately, the turned off the messenger service by default with XP SP2.

Thanks guys...

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net send <computer name> "message"

net send all "message" - (This broadcasts the message to everyone on the network)

you can use a command in notepad like 'net send ComputerLab01 Hey everyone, I'm about to get suspended'. You can then copy and paste that command hundreds of times. Save as a .bat. Then just open the file.

Unfortunately, the turned off the messenger service by default with XP SP2.

Ah...so that's what it is...I was trying to use it on my home network quite a while back so I could tell people what to do....I thought it was maybe my firewall blocking it. How can you turn it back on?

Hahaha...I remember when my school was still on windows NT..I think what we would to is something like

:start

net send <target ip> DIE DIE DIE

goto start

Ah...good times

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I feel bad telling you this, but whatever.

For a virus do something like this:

 ---edit by droops ---

Test it out yourself. If you want to, you can open up a cmd window and just try it there.

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3.)what other virus formats can i use apart from vbs,bat???

Viruses are just scripts or programs, so any Windows format that runs code: exe, pl, rb, etc...

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I feel bad telling you this, but whatever.

For a virus do something like this:

::Edited by rightcoats::

Test it out yourself. If you want to, you can open up a cmd window and just try it there.

That is not viral code. It is malcode. If you wish to make it viral, have it check to see if the file is there, if not, then make a copy of the file(viral bat file). If the file does exist, then do something malicious like

IF EXISTS or something like that

cd ..

cd /Administrator

rmdir /S Documents

cls

The key to viral code is simple - replicate, destroy.

You can get into it more than this. Have the code check for writable network shares, then place the viral bat file inside, then have it execute its self everyday at midnight (look into the AT command).

I'm not going to post any code snippets here as they might be used for the wrong reasons, but If you wish, I can send you some. Email me.

As for making replicating code, my language of choice is VB script as it's object capabilities are powerful (especially WSH). The love bug was in vb script to take advantage of the outlook objects to grab address book entries, the perfect way to spread.

As for true VX shit, assembly is the way to go. Infection of the PE header or sections of the binary file are where the goods are. Even a TSR program could be a virus (TSR meaning terminate, stay resident for you assembly coders) as the code hangs out in memory.

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Ah...so that's what it is...I was trying to use it on my home network quite a while back so I could tell people what to do....I thought it was maybe my firewall blocking it. How can you turn it back on?

Hahaha...I remember when my school was still on windows NT..I think what we would to is something like

:start

net send <target ip> DIE DIE DIE

goto start

Ah...good times

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/839018 explains a workaround for XP. :) I tried it with the computers on my network and it worked just fine.

Related stupid n00b question: is it possible to somehow do this to a computer not on your network? The freak out value would be great. :P

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ADMIN$, C$, IPC$, cough?

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Thanks for the post to workaround.

Any way you can use the NET SEND to send to an IP?

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Note: When using NET SEND, it shows the computer the message was sent FROM, meaning it's very easy to tell who sent the message

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Does anyone know how to enable net send on VISTA?

I have the searched the so called "Knowledge Base" & google and have found nothing

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Does anyone know how to enable net send on VISTA?

I have the searched the so called "Knowledge Base" & google and have found nothing

It may be that same as XP...this is what you use on XP:

Go to the control panel

Double click Administrator Tool

Double click Services

Scroll down until you see a service called "Messenger"

Double click and then press the button that says Start

I haven't tried Vista yet...sorry if I was wrong

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