Bobbers Posted April 2, 2014 Share Posted April 2, 2014 (edited) Hello all, back from the dead. I recently purchased a ducky and was inspired by the Queen Marry's, (the large ship not to be mistaken with the dead lady) "Virtually Stolen" business cards that are left out on guest's "At Risk" devices such as unattended computers. The following script simply forces a full screen web browser (whatever is the default) to display a message warning users to not leave their computers untended and unlocked. I have tested this script on windows 8, and 7 but there should be no problem with it running on XP as well. REM Virtually Stolen Script, Informing Users one PWN at a time. Written by B0BB3 DELAY 3000 GUI r DELAY 400 STRING notepad.exe ENTER DELAY 300 STRING <!DOCTYPE html><html><head><title>Virtually Stolen!</title></head> ENTER STRING <body style="background-color:black;"><center><h1 style="font-family:Impact;color:red;">THIS COMPUTER WAS VIRTUALLY STOLEN!</h1></br> ENTER STRING <p style="font-family:Impact;color:yellow;">Lucky for you a Security Enthusiast identified your device as "At Risk" and wanted to warn you of the dangers of leaving your computer alone, even for a few seconds.</p> ENTER STRING <p style="font-family:Impact;color:orange;"> Its REALLY easy log out, ITS NOT easy to recover from a compromised computer. ENTER STRING <ul style="font-family:Impact;color:red;float:center;list-style-position:inside;"> ENTER STRING <li>Someone could have deleted your work!</li></br> ENTER STRING <li>Someone could have stolen your passwords!</li></br> ENTER STRING <li>Someone could have put a virus on your computer!</li></br> ENTER STRING <li>Someone could have stolen your computer!!!</li> ENTER STRING </ul></p><br><p style="font-family:Impact;color:grey;"> Newbie Note: To exit, press the F11 key or move your mouse to the top of your screen and click the exit button that pops up.</p></center> ENTER STRING </body></html> ENTER ALT F4 DELAY 100 ENTER DELAY 100 STRING %UserProfile%\Desktop\warning.html ENTER DELAY 100 GUI r DELAY 200 STRING %UserProfile%\Desktop\warning.html ENTER DELAY 600 F11 Cheers. B0BB3R5 Edited April 4, 2014 by Bobbers Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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