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Re: The First Virtual War / Cyber War on Internet

Post by Leader » 27 Jan 2012, 03:33

Hmmm...
I've another idea how to do it... Just wait for a while I'll do it in free time.


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Re: The First Virtual War / Cyber War on Internet

Post by Deus » 27 Jan 2012, 04:53

porn.exe

Seems legit.

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Re: The First Virtual War / Cyber War on Internet

Post by Leader » 27 Jan 2012, 05:59

xD

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http://www31.zippyshare.com/v/38706102/file.html
I hope it won't detect any shit Image

BTW. All files in this topic are just in educational goals. Please do not download files, if you're not Goober. It may be dangerous for your computer.
Thank you.

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Re: The First Virtual War / Cyber War on Internet

Post by Gooberman » 27 Jan 2012, 06:35

lawls Image

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Re: The First Virtual War / Cyber War on Internet

Post by Leader » 27 Jan 2012, 07:15

xD
I hoped you launch .exe file Image

No, seriously I'm going to work on undetectable keylogger.

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Re: The First Virtual War / Cyber War on Internet

Post by Gooberman » 27 Jan 2012, 07:48

i wonder if it's even possible to write one in vbs Image

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Re: The First Virtual War / Cyber War on Internet

Post by Leader » 27 Jan 2012, 08:55

Gooberman wrote:i wonder if it's even possible to write one in vbs Image
? Did you check my first file which I sent? It was in c++, keylogger.
Well second one was joke, to check if you run it Image If you would, then it could crash your computer, ping popular sites like google, yahoo, etc. Next it would copy exe file to Autostart, and it would run everytime you start computer Image So if someone is computer noob, then it can like destroy his system D:

I'm not going to write another keylogger in this week, because it's not priority thing. I'll do it when I'll have free time, and I don't promise it be undetectable... Now every antivirus will detect when any program is recording keystrokes. Another thing why I don't want to do it fast, is because it's not needed for life. I am not going to send keyloggers to people, to see what they're writing. It's shame, cybercrime... I should better waste time on other programs, or just playing games like normal person in my age.

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Re: The First Virtual War / Cyber War on Internet

Post by Gooberman » 27 Jan 2012, 09:16

yeah if i would of ran it and it was in start menu, i'd just take hard drive out and get rid of it on 2nd computer Image

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Re: The First Virtual War / Cyber War on Internet

Post by Leader » 27 Jan 2012, 09:39

Gooberman wrote:yeah if i would of ran it and it was in start menu, i'd just take hard drive out and get rid of it on 2nd computer Image
And what would happend, if it wasn't you, but ordinary person who doesn't even know where Menu Start folder is?
That's why it was dangerous... Even more than some viruses. It's just example how you can make shit on someone's computer, without any virus.

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Re: The First Virtual War / Cyber War on Internet

Post by Gooberman » 27 Jan 2012, 23:02

well i'd consider a keylogger worse as you can get their credit card number passwords bank accounts and all that shit

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