proskater123 Posted September 27, 2007 Share Posted September 27, 2007 it will basically move all the documents in "my documents" and " the desktop" folders of the guy that uses that batch file, so if you sent that to somebody then it would move all his documents to a folder in the system 32, then it would hide the folder (minor security) and then it would crash his computer by opening many many many cmd shells that will try to "read" all the dll's files in the system 32 which is something that windows can't handle very good, once it starts readint the files your computer (desktop computer) will beep like crazy, then only way to stop it will be by rebooting your copmputer, of course if you add that batch file to the registry then iw would do the same thing over and over even when the guy reboots his computer, unless he uses safe mode. there are some other keys in the registry that would start the file before the logon screen which is fun too. anyway there are thousands of ways to bother somebody with a batch file, the best thing is that antiviruses dont detect them lol anyway iof you try to send it by email then put it in a zip file otherwise some email companies will not accept it (hotmail) yahoo does thats cool. Im going to save that for futer use aginst my brother. Me and him keep attacking each other. :) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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