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Posted on 30-06-08 02:30
To answer your question, Yes I do repair, build and test a lot of computers everyday. But I have a question for you,

s3klyma Gave this line of shit:
It started shutting down my services,
and wouldn't let me open up anything.
It was definitely a good one, and I thought
I was screwed... but I just restarted my comp,
turned off my internet as soon as I could,
deleted my temp, ran a virus and rootkit scan,
and then ran max registry cleaner.

And then, because I took the archive out of my temp before
deleting it, I unzipped it, and opened up the file
in PSPad, and put a bunch of random characters all over.


Hmm, Well my exe doesn't "start" shutting down services and you have no chance to do anything. It was a testing program i have for windows. The second you click the click me! button you get an instant BSOD. It doesn't install anything or do any harm.Really open it and try.

The reason behind this whole thread is not to edit an exe to disable it, It is to VIEW it to see what it does. You can't do that in a hex editor.


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Posted on 30-06-08 07:51
LOLS!!! I love it. I clicked it and my comp immediately shutdown! :whoa: What language did you write that in? Would you mind posting the source? Or pm me maybe. I'm curious how it works now.


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Posted on 30-06-08 13:14
korg wrote:
The reason behind this whole thread is not to edit an exe to disable it, It is to VIEW it to see what it does. You can't do that in a hex editor.

I believe you're wasting your time explaining this, since you seem to be the only one who knows anything more about cracking than that a hex editor can be used to change stuff in binaries :angry:


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Posted on 30-06-08 16:00
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This is probably a stupid question but i honestly don't know. Ok so i was looking around this website and found a folder containing a admin.exe file i downloaded it but i don't know what it does. Is this admin.exe use full and what does it do?



thanx Grin


post this "admin.exe" and let us see for ourselves... it's hard knowing about it when we cant run it


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Posted on 30-06-08 16:53
hellboundhackersok wrote:
post this "admin.exe" and let us see for ourselves... it's hard knowing about it when we cant run it

I definately won't run it if it's posted Pfft


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*link removed - read forum rules*

there you go Grin




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Posted on 30-06-08 18:00
Isn't that part of FrontPage Extensions? (don't know for sure as I've never used it).


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thats what i though but I'm not quite sure


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I ran it in a VM and just got a command prompt telling me "Program too big to fit in memory"


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Admin.exe is an extension of FrontPage. The description of it I found was "Server Extensions administration stub program."


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Posted on 30-06-08 23:21
I believe you're wasting your time explaining this, since you seem to be the only one who knows anything more about cracking than that a hex editor can be used to change stuff in binaries


Not quite sure what your getting at here, Your english is a little off.


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Honestly VM's are almost always a good idea to test a virus or program you have no clue on, because it's easier to burn a VM than to burn your computer and recover if it's that bad


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Posted on 30-06-08 23:53
korg wrote:
Virus scan won't work if it's wrote properly. Think guy's this a hacking site. People writing virus's are always thinking I check my scripts against
mcafee, avg and norton before I load them to an exe.


@korg
When you say that, do you mean against a heuristic analysis or making sure that your code does not have the signature of a previous virus? Also, I have known it was possible for you to stop the debugging of code as major companies often pack their executables or set "tripwires".
So my questions:
If you were going to write code that just printed "Hello World" on a console and then make it so that it auto-executed on debug, how long would the code be
Is this possible using standard functions?
Which language would be the best for making such an application?
Thanks




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Korg, i am also intrigued.

How it seems to me:

A file is a series of 1 and 0 stored somewhere on your hard drive. These can be accessed by reading the harddisk, without being "run." Im not asking for code, but how does a program manage to run itself when being debugged?


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Posted on 01-07-08 11:23
korg wrote:
Not quite sure what your getting at here, Your english is a little off.

Haha sorry about that ^^ I haven't slept very much the last few days xD

I meant that the ones you're arguing with don't seem to know much about cracking. You're wasting time talking to people whose experience in cracking is to edit a binary file in a hex editor Pfft


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