Introduction: How to Make a Fake Matrix Virus!!1

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This will fool anybody that you are deleting system32

Step 1:

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

Step 2:

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

Step 3:

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Now to just run it!

Comments

tuna6211 (author)2015-11-23

I LOVE IT!!! MY GRANDMA WILL BE SHOCKED HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!

mmcewan (author)2012-05-10

Thank you so much bro! This is awesome!!!!!!

verence (author)2012-02-11

Oh well, where to start...

Why do you have TWO labels ':start' ?
And why don't you use any of them?

Why is there the first GOTO to start1 (and the label start1)?
The batch would go there anyway. It's just the next command!

Why is there the first GOTO to label matrix? Same thing, the batch would go there anyway as it is just the next command!

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 127.0.0.1 -n <x> with <x>=number of seconds to wait plus one)

So a more lean version would be:

@echo off
color 2
echo Deleting C:/WINDOWS/system32
ping 127.0.0.1 /n 5
:matrix
echo %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random%
goto matrix

thegeeke (author)verence2012-02-13

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...) :)

verence (author)thegeeke2012-02-13

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

thegeeke (author)verence2012-02-13

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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