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PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2008 7:31 pm Reply with quote
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School sucks, correct me if im wrong. if anyone has any cool destructive things using MS-DOS please share. I know some basics but am eager to learn more. Very Happy
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PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2008 7:37 pm Reply with quote
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It might be helpful to know which version of dos you are using and what your plans are. Do you want to hack somebody from one dos machine to another ? or what exactly Very Happy
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PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2008 7:41 pm Reply with quote
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I guess, that it's not DOS, but some newer windows box with command prompt? What operating system? What kind of LAN (if present)?
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PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2008 7:44 pm Reply with quote
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Well most of these computers are windows xp, otherwise i cant find a version type. But latley iv been trying to figure out how to shut down other computer with MS-DOS. And all the computer are on a network and i know theres a way i just need some help.
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One more time, forget DOS. It's windows XP and that black box is command prompt. Now, first thing is your privilege level in local PC. Have you admin rights? Can you browse windows directory? What's your current username?
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PostPosted: Sat May 24, 2008 7:42 am Reply with quote
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I funny think I like to use at school, is the netsent command Very Happy build some loop ! It is just for bothering but yeah nice way of communication during classtests Very Happy !
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PostPosted: Wed May 28, 2008 11:01 pm Reply with quote
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Waraxe: Yes i made a username with admin rights. the current username is "Freak"

Snoop1990: i know how to net send but am unsure how to do it to a single comouter iv done it b4 to all computers but want to know how to send it to a certain computer.
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PostPosted: Thu May 29, 2008 11:55 am Reply with quote
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Broadcast to all:

Code:

net send * "Hello"


Send to specific computer:

Code:

net send 192.168.1.38 "Hello"



Code:

net send boxnamehere "Hello"

Enumerate all win boxes in LAN:

Code:

net view
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PostPosted: Thu May 29, 2008 4:51 pm Reply with quote
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Thank you. and what is the cmd to see the computer your on name/ip and is there a way to shut down computers on the network?


Also: net send boxnamehere "Hello"

what does that do exacly?
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PostPosted: Thu May 29, 2008 8:27 pm Reply with quote
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FReAK wrote:
Thank you. and what is the cmd to see the computer your on name/ip and is there a way to shut down computers on the network?


Also: net send boxnamehere "Hello"

what does that do exacly?


1. "shutdown -i" --> will get you GUI interface for remote shutdown functionality. Of course there are lots of mitigating factors, why remote shutdown can not work as expected, but you can always test it Smile

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net send student15 "Hello"


This command will send message "Hello" to computer with NetBios name "student15". Remember, what i suggested before - "net view". This will show all windows computers on LAN, then pick name and now you can send message to one specific computer (contrary to "*", which will broadcast message to all known PC-s on LAN).
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Very Happy Very Happy Thank you so much. i tested out "net view" today and there are over 500 coputer on the local network! And remembered that a friend once b4 did a net send with this "*" and later that day was called down to the office. So is there a way to anonymously do it?
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There are tools for this. My favorite is:

http://www.salostorm.com/downloads/netsendspoof.zip

I tried this tool about 10 minutes ago on my home PC against vmware test guest, both WinXP Pro, and result was 100% perfect.
So if you will use that utility properly, then it's not likely, that you will get caught. Unless there is some packet logger or IDS running.
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PostPosted: Fri May 30, 2008 4:38 pm Reply with quote
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so i downloaded the file at school then i exstracted it to the desktop then click the program "netsendspoof" but it doesnt work the publisher box comes up and askes me if i want to run it then i hit run and nothing happens? But il try it at home later and let you know.
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PostPosted: Sat May 31, 2008 12:01 pm Reply with quote
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Just another thing I did at school some days ago, is :

Catch the pc somebody else works on (is logged in and runs some application). To do so you either need physical access or at least remote desktop connection.

Then you make a screenshot (with the application running in front).
Afterwards close all applications and use your screenshot as desktop background. (Do not forget to move all desktop icons to trash).
Now you are finished, go back to your place and keep watching !

It is very funny ! We had some students in class who are no that familiar with computers, they tried to reboot and everything and nothing worked Very Happy

For sure you should not do this to your friends or anybody who is familiar with computers, but you know there are some guys at each school who always say they are the best, they catch your girls and so on, you know. It's funny to see those guys messing around with a issue like this, especially because the issue returns if you reboot.

To get it a bit more realistic, just place some (it's your choice how many you like Very Happy ) error messages on the desktop background. The user is going to try to close those messages, but can not because they are just part of the picture. As I told you before it is funny to watch people bothering with this issue. And it can be done very easily !

Regrades Snoop1990

Just some fun I want to share Very Happy

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PostPosted: Sat May 31, 2008 8:47 pm Reply with quote
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FReAK wrote:
so i downloaded the file at school then i exstracted it to the desktop then click the program "netsendspoof" but it doesnt work the publisher box comes up and askes me if i want to run it then i hit run and nothing happens? But il try it at home later and let you know.


It's commandline utility. You can't use it via double clicking. First open command prompt, then navigate to folder, which contains netsendspoof and finally issue command.

Snoop1990 - yes, it's funny and confusing for victim. I remember screensaver from win95 times, when you saw, how desktop was deforming in many ways. It was amazing, but easy to make happen - screesaver just first did screenshot and then used traditional graphics morphing methods. But still - eyecatching ...
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