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Creating A Java Driveby [FUD]
PostPosted: Sun Jun 16, 2013 5:45 am Reply with quote
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So I was looking up how to create a java driveby, and I couldn't find any good tutorials on how to do it. I spent a few hours looking around on other websites until I collected all the information I needed to make one. So now I am sharing that information with Hackforums for free! This driveby will be FUD as long as your virus is 100% FUD.
Here We Go!
How to Create a Java Driveby
Step 1:
Download all the files you need from here:

Step 2:
You will need to make your own HTML code to put the driveby on, "steal" another websites HTML, or use the Cam Site Template HTML that I included.

Step 2 1/3:
If you stole or made your own HTML code for the website, paste the HTML code BELOW the existing code in the index.html of the first folder. It should look like this:

Step 2 2/3:
If you used the template, take the java.jar, java.png and load.gif and place them in the template file.

Step 3:
Rename your virus.exe to java.exe to make it less suspicious, and then upload the java.exe to a website where you can get a DIRECT download link. (I used Mediafire because my virus is 100% FUD so it doesn't get picked up by its virus scan) Take that direct download link and paste it into the part of the applet text that says "DIRECT DOWNLOAD LINK TO VIRUS HERE" like so:

Step 4:
Now you are going to need a web host. I used http://000webhost.com as mine, but you can basically use whatever you want.


In this tutorial I am assuming you know how a webhost works and how to FTP file transfer. There are plenty of tutorials out there and this is a creating a Java Driveby tutorial, not a web development tutorial, so I apologize.

Step 5:
Use an FTP file transfer to either add all of your files to the webhost or all of the template files to the webhost.

Step 6:
If everything has been done correctly go to http://www.yourwebsite.com and you should get a screen that looks like this (with your website also, I used a blank template for this picture):


Step 7:
Share your website with people, and when they click run this time or always run on this site, they will get another popup asking if they are sure, and lets face it, they will more than likely click Continue.

I know this is a short and simple tutorial, so If I missed anything in this tutorial please let me know! If you have suggestions on how to improve it also let me know! Feel free to PM me questions or leave them in the comments below for myself and other Hackforums members to answer. Thanks and have a good day
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