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Hi everyone big fan of the show! But I have been having some problems with my roommate. He can pretty much get on my computer any time he wants when I'm not home(which isn't a big deal). And he installed a trojan or something on my computer which allows him to shut down my computer any time he wants and he's done some other weird stuff too. I didn't really care that much until yesterday when I was working on a lab report for a long time, and I hadn't saved it. He thought he'd be funny by shutting down my computer. I lost my entire report I was so pissed. So I downloaded an antivirus(I never had one cause I'm very good about the websites I visit and the e-mails I open) and removed it.

So I turn to you guys, I know what he is using is pretty simple cause he's not a big computer geek, I know a fair amout about computers but nothing about hacking. I wanna put something on his computer to be able to do the same stuff to him, I search the internet but did not really find anything usefully other hten programs to remove trojans. I can get on it pretty much every day when he is in class so it just needs to be something that will run in the background that he won't notice.

Thanks for the help!

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yeah but 1st of all lock down ure computer (pick a strong password and encrypt ure important files)

if he doesn't have a antivirus (well u can just delete it anyway)

i've always <3-ed the cia 1.3 and the bitfrost trojans :P

or if he has a GF and does freaky things in front of the cam ... try TrojanSpy.Win32.Cam2FTP.10 :P log the picks of for example him dancing naked to his gf or wtever and hang em all round school :P

....

hey does anyone have a clue if batchviruses still work ?

i'm sure they wont be detected anyway ....

nevermind ... just tested a few gen's and was verry dissapointed with the generated code , it was verry basic .....

tho i learned something new & fun to use on teh library computers :P (win 98 boxes)

c:windowsrundll32.exe Mouse,Disable

c:windowsrundll32.exe Keyboard,Disable

XD

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That is a great idea with the webcam cause I know he uses it to talk to his GF, but I dunno what they are doing..... I kinda don't want to either lol. Any how which of these programs would be to do the webcam thing, do I need to remove his antivirus if he has one, and do I need to run the program or will it automatically log the images and then I could just get them when I want?

Thanks for the great ideas guys!

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That is a great idea with the webcam cause I know he uses it to talk to his GF, but I dunno what they are doing..... I kinda don't want to either lol. Any how which of these programs would be to do the webcam thing, do I need to remove his antivirus if he has one, and do I need to run the program or will it automatically log the images and then I could just get them when I want?

Thanks for the great ideas guys!

the thing u'd want to do that is use the trojan Cam2FTP.10

i however cant link u to a good dload location tho tehre are a few german scriptkiddy sites where u can find a clean version of it .

*caugh*

ok just look for .... n0n4m3-cr3w anything u do past that is ure own responsability ...

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I'm more of the non-destructive measures. Here's a few I do to cow-orkers who walk away from their machine without locking it (they love me for it, really):

- Change the system font to Windings, then set the size to 1024 points.

The first letter on the start button will fill the entire screen. :twisted:

- Using a knife, pop out the 1-90 keys and push them back as 0-9.

Then watch in amazement as they try to type a password or something.

- Change the theme so that EVERYTHING's gray.

In the pre-NT4 days it was possible to make everything so gray that only the icons were visible. These days there are a few shadows that you can't get rid of, but other than that... genius!

- Set his browser to use a default style sheet.

The style sheet would set everything to blank, except for a default webpage background that is the screengrab of a 404 error. At work this works wonders with the web devs. "I don't get it. I call the page, I can see it reach the server, I can see the server response, I can see the response is valid HTML, yet I get a 404!".

- Transparent tape over the network cable connector.

Amazing how people look at the actual cable last.

- Post-it note under the mouse.

Your target will look at the USB connector and the device manager before checking the bottom of the mouse if executed properly.

- Install the BSOD screensaver.

Amazing how few people know about that one.

- Take a screenshot of the desktop, then move all the icons into a special folder somewhere and make the image the desktop background.

Watch them click to no avail.

- Rearrange and rename the icons on his desktop.

Make IE run WinZip, Media Player run Solitaire, etc. Oh, the fun you'll have watching his reaction, and better yet, hearing his moans as he tries to put everything back into place again.

- Install VNC on his machine, hide the tray icon.

Move his mouse around when he's doing something, or type a few extra characters whenever he's doing something. One guy I did this to was updating his resume, and I added "LIE!" after every line he completed.

- Write a nasty email to someone important to him, blowing that person off.

Our local favourite was one to the top-level company boss saying you were going to quit, and work at McDonalds since they had a more challenging job, with better pay and benefits. Leave the machine with the email fully typed and the mouse cursor on top of the 'Send' button.

- Wrap *EVERYTHING* with tin foil.

The classic! Bonus points for wrapping the individual keyboard keys.

- Find a ton of various CRAP and dump it in his startup folder.

By various CRAP I mean porn clips, annying games that you *MUST* complete before you can quit them, that sort of thing. Watch as he goes through them, and when he's done, reset his machine. Bonus points if the resetting of the machine is performed remotely. We got the loudest "GODDAMNIT!" ever out of the guy we did that to.

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I'm more of the non-destructive measures. Here's a few I do to cow-orkers who walk away from their machine without locking it (they love me for it, really):

- Change the system font to Windings, then set the size to 1024 points.

The first letter on the start button will fill the entire screen. :twisted:

- Using a knife, pop out the 1-90 keys and push them back as 0-9.

Then watch in amazement as they try to type a password or something.

- Change the theme so that EVERYTHING's gray.

In the pre-NT4 days it was possible to make everything so gray that only the icons were visible. These days there are a few shadows that you can't get rid of, but other than that... genius!

- Set his browser to use a default style sheet.

The style sheet would set everything to blank, except for a default webpage background that is the screengrab of a 404 error. At work this works wonders with the web devs. "I don't get it. I call the page, I can see it reach the server, I can see the server response, I can see the response is valid HTML, yet I get a 404!".

- Transparent tape over the network cable connector.

Amazing how people look at the actual cable last.

- Post-it note under the mouse.

Your target will look at the USB connector and the device manager before checking the bottom of the mouse if executed properly.

- Install the BSOD screensaver.

Amazing how few people know about that one.

- Take a screenshot of the desktop, then move all the icons into a special folder somewhere and make the image the desktop background.

Watch them click to no avail.

- Rearrange and rename the icons on his desktop.

Make IE run WinZip, Media Player run Solitaire, etc. Oh, the fun you'll have watching his reaction, and better yet, hearing his moans as he tries to put everything back into place again.

- Install VNC on his machine, hide the tray icon.

Move his mouse around when he's doing something, or type a few extra characters whenever he's doing something. One guy I did this to was updating his resume, and I added "LIE!" after every line he completed.

- Write a nasty email to someone important to him, blowing that person off.

Our local favourite was one to the top-level company boss saying you were going to quit, and work at McDonalds since they had a more challenging job, with better pay and benefits. Leave the machine with the email fully typed and the mouse cursor on top of the 'Send' button.

- Wrap *EVERYTHING* with tin foil.

The classic! Bonus points for wrapping the individual keyboard keys.

- Find a ton of various CRAP and dump it in his startup folder.

By various CRAP I mean porn clips, annying games that you *MUST* complete before you can quit them, that sort of thing. Watch as he goes through them, and when he's done, reset his machine. Bonus points if the resetting of the machine is performed remotely. We got the loudest "GODDAMNIT!" ever out of the guy we did that to.

aww i<3 u man :lol::lol:
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I do have linux on my computer, that's why I didn't care he put something on windows cause I only use it for excel (since open office doesn't have all the functions I need), but I spent a long time working with all the data from the lab and it all got losted so I just wanted to get back at him. The dorito idea sounds good tho lol. I'm gonna try to install one of those programs like CIA or something.

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1. Open case

2. Remove heatsink

3. Remove CPU

4 Reconnect heatsink

5. Close case

See how long it takes him to figure it out.

Bonus points for replacing his CPU with a Dorito.

I bet he would never find it....the geek squad would have to come out

hot damn, catch geek squad fixing it and finding a dorito (if they come to the place) and get it into next episode =-o

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Bonus points for replacing his CPU with a Dorito.

+1 to geek if you know where this came from

well, it's All About The Pentiums, Baby!

good old Weird Al :p

Now I'm questioning my sanity... I could've sworn I wrote that message... last night... I remember... I was a little drinked but I'm sure I wrote that message... :S

SomeoneElse - Did you actually... post that?

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hmm, what are those trojans you named DLSS and where can I find them.

i am not allowed to link u , however i have given enough information on to were to find em .... (read after i coughed)

ps if u encrypt cia well enough , an current av's still dont find it !

read thistopic for more info -> http://www.hak5.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=2273

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Bonus points for replacing his CPU with a Dorito.

+1 to geek if you know where this came from

well, it's All About The Pentiums, Baby!

good old Weird Al :p

Now I'm questioning my sanity... I could've sworn I wrote that message... last night... I remember... I was a little drinked but I'm sure I wrote that message... :S

SomeoneElse - Did you actually... post that?

No I asked tha question i didn't give the answer.... did you edit my post?

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So I busted out a trick from on here yesterday.

I went into the stationary supply closet and found a pad of mini post it notes, and went around and randomly tagged a few co-workers mice while standing and talking to them or at unsuspecting empty offices/cubes.

Lets just say hilarity insued... The best part was, no one suspected it was me, simply because management doesn't have time for childish games like that ;-)

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