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Mouse Jiggler!!


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I saw on dl.tv about the "Mouse Jiggler" which is basically a $30 USB drive that makes the mouse move around and prevents the computer from putting the screensaver on or going into standby while a computer is being seized...

Then when I was looking though the nircmd command list i noticed one called "movecursor" so i put together this simple script that will do the same purpose.

@echo off
echo Mouse Jiggler 1.0
echo By: Natural_Orange 2007
echo Press Ctrl-Break to End

:Start
nircmd cmdwait 500 movecursor 100 0
nircmd cmdwait 500 movecursor 0 100
nircmd cmdwait 500 movecursor -100 0
nircmd cmdwait 500 movecursor 0 -100
goto start

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After testing it for a while, it seems that while it does prevent the screensaver from coming on, it doesn't really prevent the computer from logging itself out...idk it seems kinda wierd.

I imagine you could probably just take an old mouse and mod it with a microcontroller or something to keep the mouse moving around

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After testing it for a while, it seems that while it does prevent the screensaver from coming on, it doesn't really prevent the computer from logging itself out...idk it seems kinda wierd.

I presume this is becasue Windows doesn't think any one is moving the mouse, and they aren't.

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After testing it for a while, it seems that while it does prevent the screensaver from coming on, it doesn't really prevent the computer from logging itself out...idk it seems kinda wierd.

I presume this is because Windows doesn't think any one is moving the mouse, and they aren't.

most likely it's because the security systems and screen saver are not connected (as they should(n't) be) and the security it more build into the OS as it should so it know the difference the a moving mouse and a moving cursor.
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hmm, im not to sure what u mean, but ive built a mouse play, it was designed to run mouse movements on the screen so that i can cheat games, it was writen in VB.net, ill drag it up, though im not sure if it will keep ur system live, i think the running game did that for me.

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DISCLAIMER: I take no responsibility in how you use this. This was intended to show an alternative to the Mouse Jiggler device by using simple coding in windows and NOT intended for someone to use on someone elses computer to take it over or whatever. Script kiddies, don't ask how to do the other things, like disable ctr/alt/del etc...Do your homework and stop looking at porn.

Here is a little vb app to control the mouse. You would re-write it to do whatever you want but it shows how to control the mouse with api calls using Visual Basic. I tested it on VB6 and it works, so it could be updated for vb2005, I'm sure.

I did not write it so any question shsould be sent to the author.

http://vb.mvps.org/samples/project.asp?id=mouseevent

When run it moves the mouse in a circular motion to click a button. To make it loop just add

Command1.Value = True

on the line after

Call PlaySound("SystemStart", 0, SND_ASYNC Or SND_ALIAS)

You could then go and make it do other things, like having the app disable ctrl+alt+del and other keyboard functions and keeping the mouse moving so you can't disable the program. Then have it on a usb drive and it will do pretty much the same thing as the mouse jiggler device by keeping the pc alive.

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hehe cool i made a MouseRecorder

first program Records mouse movements

Second one plays them back

i havenever tried it in games so imagine it should work fine

ill upload it and give to you pplz

Here ya go

this however is in the uber leet C++ w00t

you can use the code idc

just dont recompile it as it was and say you made it

www.m0u53.com/hole/MacroMouse.zip

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