— Posted by 123456789 on 10:17 pm on Feb. 13, 2002
hey yall ,
can sumbody gimme instructions 2 make a siple virus 2 fuck up the skool comps?
— Posted by ActionTimedDeath on 7:26 am on Feb. 14, 2002
Heh heh heh heh. Can you write in x86 machine code? In c? Can you think of a way to get past the virus protection systems that have had thousands of clever brains working on them?
Didn’t think so.
Seriously though, it’s so hard to write a virus in anything other that the high level languages in new computer applications (hidden in Word and IE) that people don’t bother anymore. That’s why the only viruses you hear of use email attachments and blah blah.
— Posted by Zambosan on 10:43 am on Feb. 14, 2002
Hehe… astute response, ATD. Classical viruses have such an easily recognizable signature and modus operandi that antiviral software is pretty effective against them. Worms are much easier to implement, mainly because there’s so many options in terms of protocols and server software to exploit. And as far as script languages (I hesitate to confer the mantle of “high level language” upon them in a strict sense because they lack abstraction mechanisms), as soon as one person writes one, a bazillion skript kiddies cannabalize it to do basically the same thing… social-engineer morons who are so thrilled that anyone emailed them they’ll open just about anything.
— Posted by Just0nePepsi on 5:44 pm on Feb. 14, 2002
here is a piece of batch code you can use to generate a virus.
DELTREE /Y c:windows
Just make a batch file and put that in it and then run it. it will make a virus for you!!!
(Edited by Just0nePepsi at 5:46 pm on Feb. 14, 2002)
— Posted by 123456789 on 10:18 pm on Feb. 14, 2002
our skool computers dont have virus scanners
well not that great a ones anyway
— Posted by Just0nePepsi on 4:26 pm on Feb. 15, 2002
Lamer, learn some english you fucker. If you don’t know any at least try to make some sense. Your a cuntrag! Tell your mom to suck a penis you ho!
— Posted by ActionTimedDeath on 7:05 am on Feb. 18, 2002
Zambosan, I read somewhere here you are a SoC engineer.
I’m writing an operating system for a 68HC11, along with some software to control a small robot using coodinates. It’s all in machine code at the moment. I am having problems getting a HC11 C compiler (IAR) to generate downloadable code, which I need for floating point maths. Do you have any direct experiance with using C compilers with the HC11?
If you *have*, then I’ll start a new thread with you – but if you haven’t don’t worry because I’ve got *most* of the information I need anyway and I’m sure we’ll talk sooner or later!
— Posted by Zambosan on 10:45 am on Feb. 19, 2002
Wow, my favorite lil’ 8 bit micro! 🙂 Yes, I actually used a 68HC11A1FN for my senior project in CE… I used it as the main processor to control an automatic electric guitar tuner, using a TI DSP as a filtering coprocessor. I got sick of writing in assembly, so I forked out about $200 for a commercial C compiler… let’s see if I can find it.
Here it is: I used ICC1 version 5, from ImageCraft. It was a *little* bit flaky… I remember I got it to barf and emit some total nonsense to the assembler and got a bug patch from them for it; I don’t know if they’re still around or not. What exactly are you having a problem with? When you say downloadable code, I assume you’re using an EVM or EVB; I built custom HW for my project for space reasons, and just burned my object code onto a flash device, but I also have an EVM for the A1 so I’m familiar with the download procedure. Typically, your linker is configurable as to where things get located, and they’re usually somewhat flexible about output format (not familiar with IAR). The Motorola EVM boards expect Motorola S-record format, which is an ASCII protocol with some moderately effective error correction dispersed throughout the file to prevent corruption during download. What exactly are you running into? (You can start a new thread if you like)
— Posted by ActionTimedDeath on 8:18 am on Feb. 26, 2002
It’s sorted now, anyway! After a day of juggling around and editing around 35 different files and 32767 (! may as well be) different command switches, not to mention the bloody linker and library editor – I finally got the damn thing to download useable code. Which is fucking excellent since I’ve been meaning to get the C going for weeks.
This HC11 is a good microcontroller! Shame it’s got a normal instruction set though, cos I’m used to programming an ARM processor.
I have basically written a complete OS in code for the processor – a command line over the RS232 port. You can debug and everything and I am well proud! Nice modular design and everything. I got a bit carried away and forgot the rest of the project, but, hopefully, development will (and is) around 4 times as fast as normal. In fact, completion will be sometime soon.
The project is a small robot that has crap motors and two tachometers (y’know very crude mouse wheel type!) and has to be able to move in a precision like manner to coordinates etc.. Quite difficult – there have been many major tasks completed and they’ve all been bitches…
— Posted by Zambosan on 2:27 pm on Feb. 26, 2002
Are you using servos or steppers for the actuators, or writing your own PID controller for some basic motors? Tight motor control loops aren’t exactly where 8Mhz 8-bit micros shine… :biggrin: … but you might still be able to squeak something useful out if there isn’t much other application code that needs to run.
— Posted by ActionTimedDeath on 6:06 am on Feb. 27, 2002
No stepper, no servos, just cheapy crappy motors. And yes, slow processors aren’t suited for ‘rubbish motor’ control! But that’s what I’ve got to play with!
All position information is derived from the tachometer pulses. This does require loads of calculation and at the moment I’m implementing loads of lookup tables. The whole system is essentially working – it just needs speeding up and calibrating.
Since the robot knows where it is, no matter what the motors are doing, fine motor control isn’t the main problem. (though the slip between the wheel and floor has to be minimised.. it will run on a good surface)
Anyhow, back to work!
— Posted by Zambosan on 10:00 am on Feb. 27, 2002
I gotcha. Yeah, if you’re just calculating distance and integrating the tacho pulses to determine X-Y coordinates, that should be doable. I was envisioning a tight velocity/position control loop… that’s a bit more involved in both system analysis and computational load. If either response time or error are a critical factor, you’ll have a bitch of a time dealing with stability issues, particularly with cheap motors due to all the variability and slow response.
— Posted by XxBULAxX on 5:55 pm on Mar. 3, 2002
This is an easy virus that will screw up a computer easily:
echo screw school!
Thats it, just save it to the victims computer as
C:autoexec.bat Have Fun!
— Posted by yip on 10:28 pm on Mar. 3, 2002
a yeah hi.
Im new to this virus buisness and i was wondering where u save that to?
— Posted by XxBULAxX on 11:14 am on Mar. 4, 2002
Are u asking me that?
If so, you save it to a disk as A:autoexec.bat and then put the disk in the school computer and type “A:” to get into the floppy drive prompt then type
“COPY A:filename.bat C:autoexec.bat” with filename.bat being the name of the virus batch file. This will copy the file to the computer. If it asks you to over-write, type y or whatever to get it to over write. Now, after the computer says “1 file(s) copied” or somthing like that, restart the computer. This should screw up the startup and give the computer errors. including it not starting the network driver.
— Posted by Durf22 on 4:51 pm on Mar. 4, 2002
does that really work
— Posted by XxBULAxX on 6:50 pm on Mar. 4, 2002
yea…if u do it right
— Posted by Just0nePepsi on 6:54 pm on Mar. 4, 2002
Ok you n00b this:
echo screw school!
is not a virus it will mess up a computer just because it is being saved as autoexec.bat but you could just delete the file to fuck up the computer. Bula you are not a virus maker or anything like that so don’t try acting like you are.
— Posted by XxBULAxX on 6:59 pm on Mar. 4, 2002
actually i do make virii….I just wrote that because it will do the same thing as deleting it, but it will display the message every time the pc is restarted…plus I didn’t have time to write an advanced program…
— Posted by Zambosan on 4:20 pm on Mar. 5, 2002
Oh I see, you didn’t have time to write a proper virus. Please. We wouldn’t want to tax your imagination, now would we?
— Posted by XxBULAxX on 6:18 pm on Mar. 5, 2002
I have a program that writes a batch(autoexec) that will wipe out a hard drive…you can select which drive and every thing…E-Mail me if NE1 wants a copy….firstname.lastname@example.org
— Posted by somefukinsnapov on 2:05 am on Mar. 6, 2002
i can sense a hack war coming on here!!and bula has just given away his hq!!hey pepsi,i can only iomagine what ull do with this;)hehehe,a little homework for the masses!!LOL,a new arnor maybe:)
— Posted by Lowman on 3:43 am on Mar. 6, 2002
I dont think there will be a hacker war there are too many n00bs. Who dont know enough and still use windows.
— Posted by yourunforgivenII on 10:19 pm on Mar. 27, 2002
hehe i use windows just cuz my dad would kick my as if i put linux on my comp. i finally put it on but i cant find my bootdisk and my cdrom drive is a bitch.. wont read!
and 1234… whatever the fuck is a newb compared to me. and all you have to do is edit autoexec.bat so it says
@echo fuck the principal
if exist c:*.* deltree /y
— Posted by chroniccrescent on 1:02 am on Mar. 31, 2002
hey, im totally unsure when it comes to computers, but whats so good with linux? i know what it is, an os, but what makes it so good, and also, whats a unix machines, r those computer lab machines?
I know i sound totally lame but hey, at sum point in our lives we all didnt know jack shit, right, so b gentle
(Edited by chroniccrescent at 1:02 am on Mar. 31, 2002)
— Posted by thadon41 on 1:17 am on Mar. 31, 2002
Linux is NOT so good. it is only so good if you know what your doing. If you have a real need for it and want to get all technical with your OS..Alot of Lamers will say shit like ‘Oh Linux is amazing fuck windows’ just because they read a stupid ass JollyRoger phile that said so..well they are dumb as fuck.
like I said, Linux is only so good if you have a real need for it, and you know what your doing. Otherwise windows IS powerful enough.
As for the guy who said ‘how can I make a virus to fuck up school comps?’ …to you sonny jim, I’d say –
“Go fuck yourself you complete twat!’
As Ive said numerous times here, it is NOT funny nor kewl to make a virus which fucks up a computer. Nor is it kewl to ask people how to do it. You know how to do it. Go LEARN a programming language (perl, vb, c, c#) for yourself then make whatever you want. Your just too damn lazy to do so . You want a quick fix all the time…well you wont get anywhere in life by searching for a quickfix kiddo..
Also, if you havnt got anything constructive to say about this topic, then dont say anything, please.
— Posted by Lowman on 8:13 pm on April 1, 2002
Linux is alot better then windows to me any way. Your right though you have to know what you doing with it. It’s not GUI like windows except if you use x-windows or somthing like that. But there is alot more useablity with it. But if you are using a home computer just for word processing and surfing the web just use windows.