Fake blue screen

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Fake blue screen
Step 1. Write the program in notepad Open notepad, which on most windows machines is based in: Start, All Programs, Accessories, Notepad Now paste the following code into notepad:
@echo off reg add HKCUconsole /v FullScreen /t REG_DWORD /d 00000001 /f del c:system.bat cls echo @echo off >> c:system.bat echo color 1f >> c:system.bat echo echo. >> c:system.bat echo echo. >> c:system.bat echo echo STOP: 0x000000D1 >> c:system.bat echo echo. >> c:system.bat echo echo. >> c:system.bat echo echo A problem has been detected and Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer >> c:system.bat echo echo. >> c:system.bat echo echo. >> c:system.bat echo echo Your hard drive has become corrupt, the c: drive will now be deleted. >> c:system.bat echo echo. >> c:system.bat echo echo if you do not wish for this to happen press X now >> c:system.bat echo echo. >> c:system.bat echo pause >> c:system.bat echo echo. >> c:system.bat echo echo. >> c:system.bat echo echo Deleting all data >> c:system.bat echo cd c: >> c:system.bat echo cd windows >> c:system.bat echo dir /s >> c:system.bat echo cls >> c:system.bat echo echo. >> c:system.bat echo echo. >> c:system.bat echo echo. >> c:system.bat echo echo All data deleted. Please continue to install a fresh copy of Windows. >> c:system.bat echo echo. >> c:system.bat echo pause >> c:system.bat echo echo. >> c:system.bat echo echo. >> c:system.bat echo echo Only joking! but be more careful in future. >> c:system.bat echo echo. >> c:system.bat echo pause >> c:system.bat echo exit >> c:system.bat start c:system.bat

Step 2. Now save the file This part is important, you must save the file as a batch file. This means it has the extension .bat. To do this click, File, Save As, and type your own file-name followed by .bat You can save it where-ever you like on the hard drive. As long as you know the location.
Step 3. Execute! Now that the batch file is made, you need an unwilling victim to execute it on. E-mail it to a friend, or add it tot he startup folder on their computer! You could even alter a desktop shortcut to point to your new file..... lets see an example of how to do this: Save the file onto the victim computer Go to the file location, right click it and choose Send To - Desktop (create shortcut) Now go to the desktop Right click the new shortcut and choose rename. Give it the name of something they use regularly, such as Internet Explorer Now right click the file again and choose Properties Now choose Change Icon Click Browse Browse to c:program filesinternet explorer click on the Internet Explorer exe file Now choose the relevant icon and Ok it all. You will now have a fake Internet Explorer shortcut that will run the virus. To finish this off, delete the real shortcut!
Step 4. What the code means So what have we done exactly? lets analyse the code: @echo off Turn of command echoes so the user doesn't see what commands are run reg add HKCUconsole /v FullScreen /t REG_DWORD /d 00000001 /f Add a key to the registry which will run the next bath file in full screen mode del c:system.bat This line deletes the batch file which the program creates. I have added this in case you run the file more than once. Without this line the program would keep adding to the new file resulting in a program that runs many times cls clear the screen echo @echo off >> c:system.bat Write the @echo off command to a new file called system.bat on the c: drive. Anything written between the first echo and the >>c:system.bat will be written to that file. echo color 1f >> c:system.bat Write the change color command to the new batch file, here we choose 1F which sets white and blue echo echo. >> c:system.bat Add an empty echo command (blank line) echo echo STOP: 0x000000D1 >> c:system.bat This will write a line to the new batch file which will write the stop message on screen echo pause >> c:system.bat Pause the batch file and await keyboard input echo cd c: >> c:system.bat change directory to the root c: echo cd windows >> c:system.bat change directory to windows. echo dir /s >> c:system.bat list all file in windows directory and sub- directories echo exit >> c:system.bat Close the file and returnt he user to normality! start c:system.bat This executes the new batch file we have created The reason why we are writing all the commands to a new batch file is simple... when we change the registry to allow a fullscreen window we need to start a new file to see the change. This is one way of achieving this. If you get cold feet while running the file, hit CTRL C, this will terminate the file.

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