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Reverse Engineering / Re: trial software protection
« on: February 22, 2014, 08:19:56 pm »
I found out that some trial software use hardware id to keep track of the trial. I was able to spoof my hw id and then the trial was reset finally.
Ok, mind writing a tutorial or at least explaining how you have accomplished that?

Reverse Engineering / Re: trial software protection
« on: February 22, 2014, 07:23:53 pm »
First of all, it's "trial". Second, it might be tracking your IP since you said it makes a connections and if it can't, program disables features. I can only suggest you try to forge the packets of data it receives. To see what is being transmitted you can use Wireshark, or WPE_Pro (I prefer the latter one).

Hardware / Re: CD Not Spinning.
« on: February 22, 2014, 01:15:37 pm »
If he's able to boot the system from CD, he doesn't need to do further checks :D it's obvious his system is screwed somehow.

C - C++ / Re: [DISCUSSION] RAT Programming Basics
« on: February 22, 2014, 01:13:00 pm »
The first problem we had faced is the static  IP address, everyone knows that his IP address changes everytime he reset his router.
Everyone... except you. Static IP's don't change, that's why they are static in the first place.

Client doesn't need to know any IP's, it's a client. It listens for connections... the server has to know your IP and port to connect.

All this direct-connecting kinda sounds outdated and insecure. However since RAT's are not meant for mass-infection, it didn't utilize a centralized architecture. Nowadays it's all about getting more and more, so it just becomes like a botnet, and a RAT from a Botnet doesn't differ that much, just that RAT's are for direct and more targeted attacks while botnets are for mass infection.

Hacking and Security / Re: Needing Basic Botnet Function Knowledge
« on: February 22, 2014, 12:52:06 pm »
Coding a buttnet butt is no some voodoo shit, and if you really need a HOW-TO for malware techniques, then I've got bad news for you.

Hardware / Re: CD Not Spinning.
« on: February 22, 2014, 12:45:32 pm »
Have you tried another system? Boot a liveCD and see.

Hacking and Security / Re: How does a rootkit get into the MBR?
« on: February 21, 2014, 04:51:20 pm »
It takes skill to write a boot sector virus that loads before system does, not just fucks the partition table up... such stuff is really interesting :)

Game Hacking, Modding & Discussing / "Parasite Eve" mini-review
« on: February 20, 2014, 08:02:51 pm »

Parasite Eve is an action role-playing survival horror video game. Movement in the various environments is free. Movement in the "world map" (which is a map of Manhattan) is limited to specific destinations. Upon the player walking over a "hot spot", there's a chance of a random encounter.

My input:

This is a game that has controls same as other awesome games, such as "Men in black", "Silent Hill", "(P)Resident Evil", "Alone in the dark"... there were 2 games in the same storyline, both were very good, third game was a branch of the main story, called "The 3rd birthday"... I wrote a review about it earlier.
The 2 main games were great, yeah, third game was also great if you like mindless shooting, though the story was somewhat great. It's a shame they didn't continue developing the game... it would have potential :/

Hacking and Security / Re: Noob here
« on: February 19, 2014, 05:32:47 pm »
Should I learn Java if I want to hack into a friend's Minecraft server?

We have a few computer classes that get slower and slower every day practically. We do maintenance on those computer from time to time, like defragging and cleaning the crap out. Defragging is ok, because it works on whole disk, but cleaning the shit is a bit of a problem to do it generally. Since our computers all are connected to the domain, each user connecting to a computer gets his profile created, and all the temp shit is put in there.

I thought of making a scheduled task to run for every student that logs on, but it proved to be a bit tricky for domain users. Eventually I was able to make a batch file to do it correctly.

Code: [Select]
@echo off

REM Script that silently installs CCleaner from a remote location and schedules a task to run it for every user that logs in

ECHO * Installing CCleaner with Default options
\\remotelocation\ccsetup.exe /S
ECHO * Adding a CCleaner task
schtasks /create /f /ru Users /sc onlogon /tn CCleaner /tr "\"%programfiles%\CCleaner\CCleaner.exe\" /auto"


The script is simple as you can see. Here's a little explanation:
  • /f - force create a task. Means overwrite if it exists.
  • /ru Users - run as a user. As I understand you can specify a single user or a User group for which this task would apply. Since all our students are part of Users group, this will work for me.

It is possible to some extent, though the phone in that game is typical hollywood mishmash. At very best the phone could only be an interface to a cluster of super computers that do facial recognition and stuff. Hacking any device? nope. However it's possible to listen on the conversations even now. There are gadgets for that, however not for everyone to buy.

To summarize: no, it's not really possible to make a phone that does stuff like in Watchdogs.

Game Hacking, Modding & Discussing / "Duke Nukem" mini-review
« on: February 16, 2014, 09:12:13 pm »

Duke Nukem is a video game series focusing on its protagonist, Duke Nukem. Originally created by Apogee Software Ltd./3D Realms as a series of video games for the PC, the franchise expanded to games released for various consoles by third party developers. In 2010, the rights of the franchise were acquired by Gearbox Software.

My input:

The game that probably doesn't need an introduction. I never was a big fan of it, however I had played it for some time on PS1, cannot remember which one was it though, but it sort of sucked, lol. What I liked the most about this game were the punchlines Duke would say :D man those were funny. The first Duke Nukem was the same as Doom or Wolfenstein - same engine, which wasn't bad at all.
Though anyway, a cool game which I never enjoyed playing lol.

you can't learn unless you don't know, after all.
makes no sense?

Tutorials / Re: Computer Virus 101
« on: February 16, 2014, 04:26:28 pm »
I have no clue what you wanted to ask with your post.

Tutorials / Re: Computer Virus 101
« on: February 16, 2014, 02:59:34 pm »
Thanks chief! :o am sorry for the grammar,format etc actually I am not usually on EZ its a once in a while kinda thing.As i stated i learn and try to contribute...if am wrong am corrected.
Stop with the excuses, ffs. It won't make your posts look better if you excuse all the time.

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