This will fool anybody that you are deleting system32

Step 1:

Copy and paste this into notepad:
@echo off
goto start1
color 2
echo Deleting C:/WINDOWS/system32
goto :matrix
echo %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random%
goto matrix

Step 2:

Now save it as matrix.bat and for the file type set it to "all files"

Step 3:

Now to just run it!
Thank you so much bro! This is awesome!!!!!!
Oh well, where to start...<br> <br> Why do you have TWO labels ':start' ?<br> And why don't you use any of them?<br> <br> Why is there the first GOTO to start1 (and the label start1)?<br> The batch would go there anyway. It's just the next command!<br> <br> Why is there the first GOTO to label matrix? Same thing, the batch would go there anyway as it is just the next command!<br> <br> So, the batch threatens me with deleting System32 and waits for me to press a key (PAUSE)? The only Keys I would press are Ctrl-C and abort the thing. If you want to program a pause, use the PING command (as in PING -n &lt;x&gt; with &lt;x&gt;=number of seconds to wait plus one)<br> <br> So a more lean version would be:<br> <br> @echo off<br> color 2<br> echo Deleting C:/WINDOWS/system32<br> ping /n 5<br> :matrix<br> echo %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random%<br> goto matrix<br>
Agreed. You could also use the timeout command instead of ping... I believe. (Just incase your victim doesn't have a NIC for some strange reason...) :)
I'd prefer PING anyway, as the victim most probably will have the loopback device (a kind of fake NIC) and TIMEOUT comes only with a resource kit (or service development kit), so it is not available on any PC - at least under XP, didn't test under Vista/7
That's true... I forgot about the fact that it comes on a resource kit... So someone would be more likely to have a NIC. :)

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