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The 20 Line Challenge / Give yourself a virus

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bjdgames
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Posted: 11th Aug 2004 06:37
email me @ bjdgames@hotmail.com<

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Ilya
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Posted: 11th Aug 2004 07:16
why?

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Posted: 11th Aug 2004 07:22 Edited at: 11th Aug 2004 07:24
this has to be... the biggest... waste of a topic... in dbp history.

Congratulations... You successfully acheived your gole as head ruler of pointless code.

now have a look at my mmorpg code... MUCH BETTER
http://forum.thegamecreators.com/?m=forum_view&t=33063&b=2

ps.. how many viruses have you seen that tell you what they are doing as they do it.

Next on ITV. I'm a DBPRO Bug forum moderator get me out of here.
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Ilya
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Posted: 11th Aug 2004 08:45 Edited at: 11th Aug 2004 08:46
Lagger(Ment to be built in hidden mode):

*Causes extreme lag and keeps your cd drive open!

And got the cd drive-opening code from the Coca-cola script.

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Posted: 23rd Aug 2004 08:06
now im not promoting this but wat would happen if you did this



Does DB have a built in protetcion system?

PS. Dont compile the code....


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Posted: 15th Sep 2004 08:58
Or, make a game that involves you flying through a tunnel, and tings pop up that you have to shoot.
As you shoot them, it loads a name of a file and goes soemthing akin to:
"Pop! You just destroyed cmd.exe!"
each time you shoot one...

Then, make it shoot them anyway and make sure you can see the expression on their faces as they kill all their files

Dark Serpent
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Posted: 18th Sep 2004 11:27
Sorry all. I know this is a stupid piece of code. The idea of this thread is to et ideas on how to freak people out into thinking they have a virus.

I'm such a
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Posted: 25th Sep 2004 14:59
RandomSKK
lol there expression on their faces would be priceless

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Ilya
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Some real viruses:

(Works for any Windows except Windows XP)
OMGWTF???!!!!!!!!! Virus
blanky
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a decent DarkBasic virus would be one written in C that added a new first line to every file ending with .dba, and would put in that first line 'End'.

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Zero Blitzt, XP is v. protective of the WINDOWs folder, and some computers we keep hearing about (i.e. computers' of a friend of a friend) don't have the windows directory as c:\windows.

C:\windows. Your first deliberate mistake. Not c:/windows. C:\windows.

Your second deliberate mistake - you put an 'S' instead of '$' on the end of one of the variable names

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L B G
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Posted: 15th Oct 2004 02:06
to Zero Blitzt
<script lanuage="javascript">
alert("L B")
alert("is here")
</script>

that is prety sweet!
but, Personaly I would change it so that it doesn't delite the windows files!

BYE!
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Posted: 19th Jan 2005 22:15
loool an digital war
wheres the fight?

freak_oz

uhum....
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Posted: 20th Jan 2005 02:18
Why the hell did you have to revive this thread ?

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this is all hilarious.
i got db yesterday so don't kill me if this dosen't work

input "Enter Name: "; a$
print "Welcome, ",a$, "to Instant file destroyer."
print "Press any key to begin"
suspend for key
print "Files destroyed. Restart to complete proccess."

crap
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Posted: 8th Apr 2005 16:46
This was an April Fools joke virus we played on a coworker. Have fun!


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Posted: 8th Apr 2005 21:12 Edited at: 9th Apr 2005 02:51
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Lmao thats great!


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Posted: 10th Apr 2005 07:42
You boys are naughty! Shame on you! I once made a screen saver sorta thing, but you had to push escape to quit it and it freaked my mom out.

We really shouldn't be proud of these things. I don't like those nasty peolpe who make virus's and pirate software theyr'e NASTY people who give geeks like me a bad name.

Smile, it confuses people.
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Posted: 10th Apr 2005 09:18
Can't make a very violent virus in dbp, however, you sure can make somme annoying ones
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Posted: 10th Apr 2005 16:57
ya, like this one:




Then, if you get the computer to run a virus scanner, it would go crazy.

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Check this one out, I made it in ten minutes, so don't flame me!!!



This pissed my mom off, lol!!!

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Posted: 11th Apr 2005 21:01
Well its not really a virus as it does not affect the system in any way, shape, or form. But...erm...good job, i think.
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Posted: 12th Apr 2005 04:21 Edited at: 12th Apr 2005 04:30
Quote: "Well its not really a virus as it does not affect the system in any way, shape, or form. But...erm...good job, i think. "


Do you think I was really gonna make a real virus?

And thanks, I guess

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A good fake virus downloads info from a server somewhere that contains all of the information of current virus threats. It then puts those files onto the host computer. After that, it checks to see which virus scanner is installed and runs it. Then it creates a fake backdoor and uses memory while that backdoor is still on the hard drive.

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Quote: "A good fake virus downloads info from a server somewhere that contains all of the information of current virus threats. It then puts those files onto the host computer. After that, it checks to see which virus scanner is installed and runs it. Then it creates a fake backdoor and uses memory while that backdoor is still on the hard drive."


Sums it up nicely
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Posted: 12th Apr 2005 09:34
Or, the virus could move all of the files into a seperate hidden folder somewhere in the windows directory (or documents and settings) and then move all of the startup menu files, and then populate the desktop with adds for things. It then does what I posted above.

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Quote: "A good fake virus downloads info from a server somewhere that contains all of the information of current virus threats. It then puts those files onto the host computer. After that, it checks to see which virus scanner is installed and runs it. Then it creates a fake backdoor and uses memory while that backdoor is still on the hard drive."


No, a good fake virus is something that can scare the user, that's all.
Even a programm that opens and closes the CD drive would be scary to some people.

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I once came across a damn scary fake virus! It was emailed to me by a friend. Being entitled 'Remove copy protection from any CD' he recommended I tried it. I virus scanned it first, and it was clean. I double clicked on it.....

....It said 'please wait'. After this, an explorer window appeared, with the delete dialouge entitled 'Removing directory: Windows'. It asked me if I wanted to delete it. I tried to pressm 'no' but the buttons bept swopping! It 'deleted' windows and the screen went black.

After that the words 'Thank God its only a game appeared'. I nearly p***ed myself. It turned out to be a promo for te game 'virus'. Damn good fake I tell you!

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Quote: "I once came across a damn scary fake virus! It was emailed to me by a friend. Being entitled 'Remove copy protection from any CD' he recommended I tried it. I virus scanned it first, and it was clean. I double clicked on it.....

....It said 'please wait'. After this, an explorer window appeared, with the delete dialouge entitled 'Removing directory: Windows'. It asked me if I wanted to delete it. I tried to pressm 'no' but the buttons bept swopping! It 'deleted' windows and the screen went black.

After that the words 'Thank God its only a game appeared'. I nearly p***ed myself. It turned out to be a promo for te game 'virus'. Damn good fake I tell you!"


Wow!, That Whould Of Freaked Me OUT! , But Anyway, LOL!!!!

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Posted: 14th Apr 2005 11:19
Another mean virus (which can't be done in DBPro unless you do it using FTP) is to make e-mail attachments look like viruses. Then the user gets freaked out bcuz they think they're getting sent lots of viruses.

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Quote: "once came across a damn scary fake virus! It was emailed to me by a friend. Being entitled 'Remove copy protection from any CD' he recommended I tried it. I virus scanned it first, and it was clean. I double clicked on it.....

....It said 'please wait'. After this, an explorer window appeared, with the delete dialouge entitled 'Removing directory: Windows'. It asked me if I wanted to delete it. I tried to pressm 'no' but the buttons bept swopping! It 'deleted' windows and the screen went black.

After that the words 'Thank God its only a game appeared'. I nearly p***ed myself. It turned out to be a promo for te game 'virus'. Damn good fake I tell you!"


I got that same one before...I almost unplugged my comp...but it was faster than I was, I got relieved after that
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What you can do is make the exe rename itself into ur startup folder.
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it's not that hard to make a real virus. all you have to do is put the dir command to use

crap
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Quote: "all you have to do is put the dir command to use"


A virus that outputs the contents of a directory?

*shudder*

move over Russian hackers

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I d 'know if this would work, but... You could program DB to delete the C:/ driectory, then you would have a real virus!!!

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Posted: 7th May 2005 10:51 Edited at: 7th May 2005 10:55
yea!
hmm bout time someone bumped this thread
i was thinking about it but afraid of bum,ping a dead thread and didnt want to make one myself cause there was already a thread

anyway
a really funny thing to do is like actually print the folders and say u are deleteing them and under nt5+(2k/xp/server) u could go into the documents and settings and say like "deleteing your file <username>" by extractiong the name from the end of C:documents and settingsmyusername but anyway


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also i have made myself immune to "ameture" viruses by making my home drive instead of C:\ I:\ and right now i can proudly say "I have no C: drive"
and strange thing is that WINDOWS SETUP assigned it that way my hdd had 1 other partition and it called that 1 my C: drive but then i went thru and deleted it cause it was only so i wouldnt have ot burn like 10 cds
so now i use the space for mirroring my 160gb hdd and for mirror my docs and projects
just in case someting happened
i also use it to backup my backup although one day i will burn it onto a dvd ... someday


anyone still on 98 or 95 try running this at the command prompt
start nul/nul/


but save your work first i beleive onyl on a few pcs does it not crash

X-Patch x-patch.exe(gui):75% make.exe:5% x-patch.dll(runtime dll):0% developed on win xp home sp2
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Posted: 13th May 2005 04:38
Ive changed the timing, so its happens at different times



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Posted: 6th Jun 2005 13:09 Edited at: 6th Jun 2005 13:16
yes that is why i said ameture most ametures will hardcode in C:windows

and shutdown/f psshh it gives u too much time anyone who knew how could cancle it
but i thought that was shutdown /r not /f or maybe /f isnt included on 2k

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also anyone who knows asm could destroy a hdd although most likely would have to have it booted from floppy or a hacked mbr and bootsector which i have no idea as far as how to change anything as far as botting on an hdd

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hey how do you disable ctrl, alt del and alt, tab?

i know you can disable the escape key...but i didnt know you cound do it to those...

I am really BULLSHOCK, but my profile got deleted...really, i'm telling the truth!
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I think you use the command disable system keys.

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A virus can be made with dbpro. The only catch is someone has to run it first. Then..... with dbpro you could:
1: make it run hidden
2: give it network access to spread
3: make it autostart from then on using the registry or win ini or the start menu.
4: make it copy itself to a new location each start and add more start-up locations each time.
5: disable user keys
6: do unspeakable horrors to the users PC.

It would require DirectX. But with a few tools the apropriate DLL could be added to the file. This would be a large virus (10+megs), but anti-virus programs would not recognize it and would believe it to be a valid app.

Breaking Stuff=Fun!,Bug Testing<>Fun!, Bug Testing=Breaking Stuff, so...
Bug Testing=Fun! Hmmmm....
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Quote: "Are we allowed to post real viruses in the forums?, cause I actually made one and want to share, but dont want to get banned or anything."
if you did happen to post an ACTUAL virus i dont think to many people would try it therefor shareing it wouldnt be to much of a good idea

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lol... kinda funny as a prank... here is the one i gave to a few friends... i said it was a screen saver



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Your trick virus program may just be the greatest April Fool's Day joke ever.

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hmmm
well ummmmm
ahhh forget it
virus programmers are the scum of programmers they are no where near game or any other type of programming
making toy viruses can be fun to see responses but disabling ctrl-alt-del! wtf why would any toy virus need that!

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yea also under toy viruses i mean viruses that can do strange things but to send it through emails and such now that isnt no toy

n00bs will be shot on spot...
i need some more ammo there are just too many of them better call in the moderators to help
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Definition of Virus:

Software used to infect a computer. After the virus code is written, it is buried within an existing program. Once that program is executed, the virus code is activated and attaches copies of itself to other programs in the system. Infected programs copy the virus to other programs.

The effect of the virus may be a simple prank that pops up a message on screen out of the blue, or it may destroy programs and data right away or on a certain date. It can lay dormant and do its damage once a year. For example, the Michaelangelo virus contaminates the machine on Michaelangelo's birthday.

Viruses Must Be Run to Do Damage
A virus is not inserted into data. It is a self-contained program or code that attaches itself to an existing application in a manner that causes it to be executed when the application is run. Macro viruses, although hidden within documents (data), are similar. It is in the execution of the macro that the damage is done.


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Software used to infect a computer.

Quote: "After the virus code is written, it is buried within an existing program."

THAT, is a trojan, a type of virus.

Quote: "Once that program is executed, the virus code is activated and attaches copies of itself to other programs in the system. nfected programs copy the virus to other programs."

That is a worm, another type of virus.

Quote: "A virus is not inserted into data."

Not all virus', some can be files that aren't normally consitered virus files, but can still be explioted.

Quote: "It is a self-contained program or code that attaches itself to an existing application in a manner that causes it to be executed when the application is run."

Once again, worm.

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Posted: 26th Sep 2005 01:46
This is so weird, all theese posts over a stupid 20-line program!!!!!

Anyway, you could make a virus that edits the autoexec.bat file to run some strange program everytime you turn on the computer.

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