capflyboy wrote:It's the best feeling ever getting away with it.
I was with a group of friends.
One of them who is very computer oriented.
He doesnt know me very well,
So he knows nothing about my knowledge of "hacking" or anything computer.
I convinced him today that this flash drive I had wouldnt open a file. (it was really the shutdown code)
I changed the icon and named it Photos.
He didnt even double guess putting it in his computer.
He gave me the "you're retarded" look. (He has a HUGE ego)
He double clicks it, and starts to freak when he sees my custom line... "Computer shutting down due to Security Breach"
I had set it for 30 seconds before shutdown.
I acted like I had no idea what happened and apologized constantly.
I used his ego against him.
With his ego and "knowledge,"
He should know not to put some random flash drive into his comp from a random guy he barely knows.
Had I been a real stranger with ill intent.
I could have had an autorun file on the drive, and have it copy the folders to my flash drive and walk off.
Not even autorun it, just convince him the file I want him to click on is the broken one.
I had fun though! lol
capflyboy wrote:I could have had an autorun file on the drive, and have it copy the folders to my flash drive and walk off.
Goatboy wrote:Oh, that's simple. All you need to do is dedicate many years of your life to studying security.
pretentious wrote:Do you know how to do that? I've attempted to do it before thinking it would be useful but wasn't successful.
capflyboy wrote:I said in the beginning of the message I changed the icon and named it photos... lol
Vulpine wrote:It's been removed on Windows 7 but can still work on XP if the autorun service is enabled (it is by default). How you word the "open=" line in the INF can trick a lot of people up, though. It doesn't actually open. It only executes, so you may need to invoke the appropriate application to run whatever file you're trying to autorun.
capflyboy wrote:Oh, and no, an AV wont stop it.
If you have your AV stopping batch files, you may have some problems with some programs... haha
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