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Use is for laptops and desktops, that are lost or stolen. Run in windows, but planing for linux version. Windows first, because most thieve will pick window over linux or freebsd in duel boot mode. Should I have a limited account with no password or guest. Also, lock down default Administrator(save mode) or any other ones account with password. Some ideas I have,( tell me if something is wrong.) First, have prey running and not alert user. Second have a program put data in dropbox, and maybe email the data. The data will be ipconfig /all, SSID, asklist,tracert to a server(any ideas what server). Make it an exe file, that will run 10 min after start up, and every 5min after that. Also, use CACLS so it can not be stop, delete, hidden (maybe attrid for here), ( need help here). Third, setup ssh and VNC that will not kick user off or show a vnc is running. Fourth, have a key-logger that will port data to email or dropbox. (not sure what key-logger to install remotely by vnc when needed)

Second and fourth will be installed by vnc or ssh, when needed. Maybe a option for GPS, but going to use that key-logger to get email, and other information form the user.

Any ideas about this? Name any programs the will help.

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how can I make multiple .txt files into one in cmd ?

@echo off
cls
@echo off
Time /T >>1.txt
DATE /T >>2.txt 
ipconfig /all >>3.txt
TRACERT 74.125.225.50 >>4.txt
SYSTEMINFO >>5.txt
TASKLIST >>6.txt
Tree /F C:\ >>7.txt
Time /T >>8.txt
DATE /T >>9.txt

pause>nul 

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I think this is going to be a good thread opened for discussions, mainly because not many users are prepared for this sort of event. I am going to do a bit of research and will get back when i have something to share.

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how can I make multiple .txt files into one in cmd ?

@echo off
cls
@echo off
Time /T >>1.txt
DATE /T >>2.txt 
ipconfig /all >>3.txt
TRACERT 74.125.225.50 >>4.txt
SYSTEMINFO >>5.txt
TASKLIST >>6.txt
Tree /F C:\ >>7.txt
Time /T >>8.txt
DATE /T >>9.txt

pause>nul 

To create multiple text files use the one you did right ther ebut instead do this: COMMAND > 9.txt instead of >>9.txt since >> overwrites and > creates a file.

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Set WinScriptHost = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
WinScriptHost.Run Chr(34) & "C:\test1.bat" & Chr(34), 0
Set WinScriptHost = Nothing

@echo off
cls
@echo off
mkdir C:\1
Time /T >C:\1\1.txt
DATE /T >C:\1\2.txt 
ipconfig /all >C:\1\3.txt
TRACERT 74.125.225.50 >C:\1\4.txt
SYSTEMINFO >C:\1\5.txt
TASKLIST >C:\1\6.txt
Tree /F C:\ >C:\1\7.txt
Time /T >C:\1\8.txt
DATE /T >C:\1\9.txt
copy C:\1\1.txt+C:\1\2.txt+C:\1\3.txt+C:\1\4.txt+C:\1\5.txt+C:\1\6.txt+C:\1\7.txt+C:\1\8.txt+C:\1\9.txt "C:\Documents and Settings\User\My Documents\My Dropbox\test10.txt"
rd /S /Q C:\1
pause>nul 

So far what has been done.

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Looks great so far. You will probably want to compile the bat file into an exe to obfuscate it a bit more. Also for the server I would allow the user to pass it as an argument or option this way I could set it to my personal server if I wanted to. If it were to be a static server I would choose google.com or microsoft as both will look normal if any one packet sniffs and they are have 99.9% up time if not better. This guarantees a tracert basically.

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