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wht36



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wht36
Hello all,

Any one want an attrib clone?

This is mine, it's made for XP. It runs from the console and I've added extra functions:
Set compressed, encrypted, indexed file attributes
Create symbolic & hardlinks
Write to ini files
Calculate md5 sum for a file and query that md5 sum in Virus Total
Display disk & partition number for a drive
Rename a file, replacing all the %## with appropriate symbols.

For DOS, there is rugxulo: http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=7248


Description: Windows ATTRIB clone, with FASM source
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Filename: attr.zip
Filesize: 13.67 KB
Downloaded: 416 Time(s)

Post 23 Jul 2009, 19:33
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wht36



Joined: 18 Sep 2005
Posts: 106
wht36
Minor bugfix - directory junctions now works. Virustotal query has been superceded by VirusTotal uploader
Code:
Attr +/-acehijnrsv /sd Source [NewJunction/Volname]
     /d set attrib for directories also
  /s scan subdirectories
      a(rchive), c(ompressed), d(irectory), e(ncrypted), h(idden), i(ndexed)
      j(unction), n(ormal), o(ffline), r(eadonly), s(ystem), t(emporary), v(olume)

Attr IniFile [section] key=value
        write "set key=value" if redirected stdout
        delete section if no key
    delete key if no value

Attr h /cv File
       Show md5 sum
        /c      Copy hash to clipboard
      /v      Query hash in Virus Total

Attr l Source NewLink
      Create hardlink

Attr q drive
 Drive info, need administrator privilege

Attr r File
 Rename file, fixing %##
    


Description: Tiny attrib clone for windows with extra functions~
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Filename: attr.zip
Filesize: 15.57 KB
Downloaded: 380 Time(s)

Post 23 Jun 2011, 05:43
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