How to Make a Password System in Notepad

Introduction: How to Make a Password System in Notepad

Password is 0000
Username is 0000



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Step 1: Open Notepad

Step 2: Code!

@echo off

color 4c

:username cls set /p input=Username: if %input%==0000 goto password goto password cls

:password cls set /p input=Password: if %input%==0000 goto menu goto password cls

:menu findstr /v "ljkshlfjhdas" menu.txt set /p input=/ pause if %input%==3 exit goto menu



Save as .bat

Step 3: Open a New Notepad

save

name : Goto notepad goto

Step 4: Open a New Notepad

write

1 notepad goto notepad

2 ipcofig pause

3 exit

4 sc

5 date

6 echo

7 shutdown

8 cls

Step 5: Finish

Password is 0000
Username is 0000

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    7 Discussions

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    ChildOfYahweh
    ChildOfYahweh

    4 years ago

    Before I make this, is worth my while? What does it do? What usefulness is there in putting this together? Is it harmful in any way? These are just some questions I would like answered before I make it so I can know what to expect. Author, whoever you are, it would be a good idea to have added the end results in with this. Also you probably should have added how to run it.

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    Bongmaster
    Bongmaster

    5 years ago on Introduction

    thats not an OS, more like a menu batch. an os is a kernel, command interpreter, and if needed, and GUI. what you have made is only a menu automation that riund on an existing os and command interpreter, in this case windows. to be an OS, it would need to be standalone with its own kernel and commandline interface, not relying on a preinstalled one like windows.

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    Bongmaster
    Bongmaster

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    i did say "and if needed, a GUI" which i miss-typed.

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    dan3008
    dan3008

    5 years ago on Introduction

    that MIGHT Just about class as a shell, but I wouldnt even go that far...

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    ralphholcomb
    ralphholcomb

    5 years ago

    BM, is correct this is not an OS. It's not even a very useful menu system as it is not being called at boot but must be executed through a some user input before anything useful is done.