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Hacking school system

Post by XpandaX on Thu Oct 16, 2008 12:16 am
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(For informational uses only lol, i do not take any responsibility for any trouble caused by this topic :D )

We all know that all schools block off CMD. But the way around it is making the .batch file. And I'm sure we all know how to do that too. If you don't here's what you do.

Open notepad and type:
@echo on
@echo off
Save it as a .bat file (might want to hide it ;) ) then open the file and you got CMD.

The problem is some schools are smart enough to block off making a .bat file.

Does anyone know a alternate way to get to CMD or make a .bat file?

-any help would be appreciated :D

Thanks, XpandaX
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Re: Hacking school system

Post by Dahlriku_Avante on Thu Oct 16, 2008 1:50 am
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One problem with this is if the administrator blocked access to the command prompt then the rights to use it have been removed as well. rendering the fact you can to get it it useless.

If you want to try to runs something go right into the windows folder, that is where you will find all the system things like cmd and such. Much easier then trying to remember a path to a file.
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Re: Hacking school system

Post by Nines on Thu Oct 16, 2008 3:10 am
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Why do you need the command prompt in school? This isn't hacking if you have access to make batch files and run the command prompt, nor is sitting there with "shutdown", "net send", "net user" etc commands.. If you've got access to do it, you're just being destructive with what you're allowed to do. The sad thing is, you're probably using remote shutdown or bugging the crap out of kids who are actually making the most of their time there. Honestly, only kids with no idea what they are looking at will be interested in you typing "tree" or "netstat" into a command prompt. Any real hacker would be asking what you're trying to achieve.
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