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Tyler



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I just got Win7 about a week ago and haven't registered yet, I've decided to uninstall it, then reinstall in a vm under Ubuntu. So I thought, why uninstall without having a little fun. I've never had a virus before(or atleast I think I haven't). I want to get a really crappy virus, one that you can see everything it does. Like maleware or something. Anyone ever got one really bad, if not where are some really shady websites that are likly to give me one? I'd like to avoid viruses that mess will with my bios, since that's kinda important.
Post 31 Jan 2010, 05:40
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Fun? Hmm ... I can't imagine where there is fun to be had Question
Post 31 Jan 2010, 07:21
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We could write one for you Laughing Laughing
Post 31 Jan 2010, 10:51
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Ha ha, yeah or you could install lime wire and get those things that say

"--what you typed-- [Crack] [Full]"

those things are full of them, I normaly play with viruses on my new computers just
because I know I'm going to just install linux on it Laughing

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they are everywhere, virus Smile
but if you need to ask for one in order to have it, that means only .....
Post 31 Jan 2010, 14:56
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Coddy41 wrote:
Ha ha, yeah or you could install lime wire and get those things that say

"--what you typed-- [Crack] [Full]"

those things are full of them

Not necessarily. Most of them will contain "legit" cracks. These are detected as viruses by AVs because they do more or less the same thing: patch .exe files. Wink
Post 31 Jan 2010, 15:24
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Tyler wrote:
I want to get a really crappy virus

Easy. Stick a random pendrive in your machine. Most of the time, you'll get at least one, or maybe a dozen. Don't forget to be logged in as an administrative user and enable all autoruns.

Other than that, if you search hard enough you'll find them. There are entire libraries out there on the World Wild Web.


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Post 31 Jan 2010, 15:31
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ManOfSteel wrote:
Not necessarily. Most of them will contain "legit" cracks. These are detected as viruses by AVs because they do more or less the same thing: patch .exe files. Wink
ManOfSteel? Are you sure? Try typing something completely unique and see how many hits for "cracks" you get. I would suggest that almost all are not cracks at all.

BTW: I wrote a virus just for Tyler. Enjoy Wink


Description: Nasty virus. Not really a zip file, so rename before opening. But ... don't ever run it!
Download
Filename: NastyVirus.exe.zip
Filesize: 1.5 KB
Downloaded: 118 Time(s)

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revolution wrote:
Are you sure? Try typing something completely unique and see how many hits for "cracks" you get. I would suggest that almost all are not cracks at all.

Oh, if that's the case, then I completely agree. I was talking about legitimate "warez" networks that share full versions along with serial numbers, keygens and sometimes cracks.
But I do agree there are many scams, traps, malevolent ads and links.
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revolution wrote:
Try typing something completely unique and see how many hits for "cracks" you get. I would suggest that almost all are not cracks at all.
In fact, those are automated results based on what you input. They don't even exist, you can even make typos and there it will say that it found the given product with the typo... or you can enter a completely random word and it will say "<random word> crack full" and such.

But... when you search for "legit" warez, you don't even type "crack, serial, keygen" or anything of the sort or use "warez engines"... only internet noobs do that Razz

btw more info on that virus would help... what does it do? since obviously I won't "see for myself" Razz

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Post 31 Jan 2010, 21:02
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revolution said:
Nasty virus. Not really a zip file, so rename before opening. But ... don't ever run it!

bitshifter said:
I probably should have read the instructions first, ahh... Crying or Very sad
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ManOfSteel



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So what exactly happened? Did your machine go kaboom thus obliterating the Northern Hemisphere in the process, or did WinZip simply say "Invalid zip file, try again later"?
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ManOfSteel: It has to be renamed first. This forum does not accept .exe files so I put a .zip extension just for upload purposes. I did mention in the file comment that it has to be renamed.
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Thanks revolution, now I need to buy a new keyboard.
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sinsi: I am glad that I was able to help you to upgrade your system hardware. What happened to your KB?
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revolution wrote:
ManOfSteel: It has to be renamed first. This forum does not accept .exe files so I put a .zip extension just for upload purposes. I did mention in the file comment that it has to be renamed.

I'm well aware of that and I read your comment. I was asking bitshifter if he (ran it as is and) just got a WinZip error or if he renamed it, ran it, and something happened.


revolution wrote:
sinsi: I am glad that I was able to help you to upgrade your system hardware. What happened to your KB?

It became a mutant when the epidemic spread to the hardware and it ate itself.


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ManOfSteel: Sorry I misunderstood. I thought bitshifter was talking about the very last part of the instructions.
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revolution wrote:
sinsi: I am glad that I was able to help you to upgrade your system hardware. What happened to your KB?

It had beer spilt (spat) on it Laughing
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good point!!! rev! Wink

use at your own risk!!!! Evil or Very Mad


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Post 01 Feb 2010, 02:41
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dosin: I think the OP can use Google to find whatever they want. But actually posting a link to one goes a bit far IMO.
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