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Re: Bypassing .bat restrictions

You could also try naming it ".cmd". It would do the same exact thing as .bat, it's just a matter of if they blocked that too.
by f22
on Thu Nov 06, 2008 9:59 pm
 
Forum: Microsoft Windows
Topic: Bypassing .bat restrictions
Comments: 12
Views: 25601

Re: Keyloggers

This is actually a little complicated. It took me a good deal of digging and experimenting to find all this out, so I'll save you the trouble. First, you are going to need a U3 flashdrive. These are actually physically different from normal ones in that they tell windows that they are actually a CD ...
by f22
on Fri Oct 24, 2008 3:22 pm
 
Forum: Microsoft Windows
Topic: Keyloggers
Comments: 2
Views: 4558

Re: Batch

Batch scripts are the devil. Every command has its own unique and ridiculous quirks. If it doesn't work, move some quotes or parentheses around some. If that doesn't work, you will basically end up brute-forcing your code until you come up with a combination of characters that does. If it still does...
by f22
on Fri Oct 17, 2008 5:16 pm
 
Forum: Microsoft Windows
Topic: Batch
Comments: 72
Views: 51882

Re: Can I be infected through a pendrive

I wouldn't depend on formatting it to keep it clean, since the virus could, I suppose, continuously try to infect drives, and thus re-infect it as soon as you format it. Since you have autorun disabled, though, it can't automatically run even if it is infected, so you should be safe. Just don't doub...
by f22
on Thu Oct 09, 2008 8:42 pm
 
Forum: Microsoft Windows
Topic: Can I be infected through a pendrive
Comments: 5
Views: 6782

Re: Permanent Programming#7

I'm really curious how you guys managed to get it that clear like that. At first I tried depending on the background, looping through each line, and for each one, selecting the one below it which had the lowest average difference in R, G, and B values for each pixel compared to the ones directly bel...
by f22
on Thu Oct 09, 2008 8:30 pm
 
Forum: Programming
Topic: Permanent Programming#7
Comments: 11
Views: 28473

Re: Can I be infected through a pendrive

If you are using a U3 drive, it is possible for it to autorun just by plugging it in. Otherwise, you will have to actually tell it to autorun yourself. Either way, it is a good idea to have autorun disabled on all your machines to avoid anything that could be on a CD or U3 drive. Here are instructio...
by f22
on Wed Oct 08, 2008 9:17 pm
 
Forum: Microsoft Windows
Topic: Can I be infected through a pendrive
Comments: 5
Views: 6782

Re: Batch

to amuse myself since I had so much free time. f22, too much free time? How'd you guess? Yeah, the class was so easy that I would end up just sitting there half the class with nothing to do after finishing the work, and since everything was blocked and I was too lazy to bring in a flash drive every...
by f22
on Sun Oct 05, 2008 12:11 am
 
Forum: Microsoft Windows
Topic: Batch
Comments: 72
Views: 51882

Re: Please ask questions ONLY in this topic.

Alright, I just finished this mission, but only really by looking at all the hints. I'm still very curious as to how I was supposed to figure out how the system stored the user information (which is the only way I would have known what to do on my own).
by f22
on Fri Oct 03, 2008 2:08 pm
 
Forum: (Real 16) Simple Mail
Topic: Please ask questions ONLY in this topic.
Comments: 107
Views: 192734

Re: Just how safe is strong cryptogrophy?

That's the answer I was looking for, thanks.
by f22
on Wed Oct 01, 2008 2:09 pm
 
Forum: Crypto
Topic: Just how safe is strong cryptogrophy?
Comments: 2
Views: 3365

Just how safe is strong cryptogrophy?

I don't know too much about the subject, which is why I'm asking you guys. Let's say you have a large file (10MB+) which is encrypted with, say, AES or Blowfish, and the password was extremely strong, say, 20 random characters. If someone with a lot of resources, time, and skills got a hold of it, (...
by f22
on Wed Oct 01, 2008 12:49 pm
 
Forum: Crypto
Topic: Just how safe is strong cryptogrophy?
Comments: 2
Views: 3365
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