i need to know how to make virus in c++........

Can anyone help me???






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  • SephirothSephiroth Fayetteville, NC, USA
    : Can anyone help me???
    A) If I was the mod of this board this message would already be gone.
    B) Harming other's machines (speaking of those who have no clue how to do anything but turn them on) is just [b]WRONG![/b]
    C) If you can't figure out how simple it would be to make a virus (speaking from a Windows OS), you need to study up on the basics of the language.

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  • Actually making a virus is not as simple as it looks. Most viruses are made in assembly, so you need to have good knowledge of assembly.

    Secondly viruses are a good way of learning programming.

    The first step into coding an anti-virus is coding a virus :-)

    Just be very careful.

  • SephirothSephiroth Fayetteville, NC, USA
    Bah, you want to learn coding? I have the Doom, Quake, Quake II, and Duke3D sources. Yes, I am a gamaholic. And when it comes to Windoze, I can write one with a few lines of code in C/C++ that could wipe out say, Windoze/System. Worst (and only) virus I did was one that the user had to run (thus making it not a genuine virus) to make it work. The user would run the exe and until they figured out how to control their system with everything being inverted :P so they could shut down the program, it would catch the screen, copy it, flip it, and then blit it out. Hehe, kind of funny, but it made me nautious once.

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  • : Bah, you want to learn coding? I have the Doom, Quake, Quake II, and Duke3D sources. Yes, I am a gamaholic. And when it comes to Windoze, I can write one with a few lines of code in C/C++ that could wipe out say, Windoze/System. Worst (and only) virus I did was one that the user had to run (thus making it not a genuine virus) to make it work. The user would run the exe and until they figured out how to control their system with everything being inverted :P so they could shut down the program, it would catch the screen, copy it, flip it, and then blit it out. Hehe, kind of funny, but it made me nautious once.

    Sounds cool. You could put it on this site (as long as it really isn't viral).

    I think games are a better way of learning, but Gautam does make a good point. You know, people always want to know how to do wierd things to computers, but you really should start on making something that does nothing at all, but is infectious. However, directions on virus-making really have no place on this site. [b]The world would be a better place without virii[/b].

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    I would say: "Let it be..." because it is not that fine and by the way it is more efficient to write a virus in assembly. And every buggy program can be used as a virus ;-)


  • : I think games are a better way of learning, but Gautam does make a good point. You know, people always want to know how to do wierd things to computers, but you really should start on making something that does nothing at all, but is infectious. However, directions on virus-making really have no place on this site. [b]The world would be a better place without virii[/b].
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    Knowing something doesn't do much harm. Everyone loves free software don't they and unless you know how a virus works a anti-virus program won't become a reality. What I am trying to say is maybe tomorrow someone will release an anti-virus which is under open source and we won't have to pay for anti-vurus's software anymore and virii have already have made their way into the computer world long ago. Something in games nowadays is lost is the memory usage. Opengl and DirectX require a little of C and a little understanding of maths, otherwise coding is pretty simple using API's. Remember Dos games? Hence it would be better learnt in coding a virus. I am not saying virii are good, but something good definitely can be learnt from them.

    The world would be a better place without virii but as its already there we can't do much except avoid it right and I am tired of paying for anti-virus's and for its software upgrades. :-)


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    : Maybe a good shrink......
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    Why do you NEED a virus? What do you want it to do? Why would anyone here want to help you with it anyways? It could come back on us.

    As it was said, assembly would be better for viruses, but I don't see why you can't write one in C/C++ or any other language. There was one particular virus, I remember that was written with visual basic script. When it came attached to a letter it had the extension of .vbs That's VBScript.

  • HI
    YOU CAN USE THE ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE FOR THIS
    BY PROGRAMMING UNDER TASM32 OR PASS32 OR ....
    YOU CAN FIND THESE PROGRAMMES IN - WWW.PROGRAMMERSTOOLS.ORG

    BYE




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    No. Even though it is very simple and you really need no software at all, NO. Why do you want a virus? What kind is it, anyway? Who is it supposed to be for?
  • i dont know haw to do it in c++ but
    if u have learned assembly, u can download the book:
    'little black book of computer virus'.
    this book teaches virus programming with assembler.
    it should be somewhere on web as pdf.
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    Hi!!
    First of all virus programming is a state of art, it is a good way to learn programming (go resident, bla..bla...) The best way is it, to do in assembly it`s small, run fast bla..bla...
    I learned it in assembly it`s nice to do but hard to learn.
    I now that there are some loser use it to damage someones computer. But
    if you use it right i think it`s OK.
    I now a site for how to learned it in assembly but, if you want it i will email it to you.(you now some people will use it bad).
    It`s very good.
    And if i was you i will test your virii on a old computer that isn`t so terrible if it damage.
    Well googbye

    Marcel



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    : Hi!!
    : First of all virus programming is a state of art, it is a good way to learn programming (go resident, bla..bla...) The best way is it, to do in assembly it`s small, run fast bla..bla...
    : I learned it in assembly it`s nice to do but hard to learn.
    : I now that there are some loser use it to damage someones computer. But
    : if you use it right i think it`s OK.
    : I now a site for how to learned it in assembly but, if you want it i will email it to you.(you now some people will use it bad).
    : It`s very good.
    : And if i was you i will test your virii on a old computer that isn`t so terrible if it damage.
    : Well googbye
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    Anyone who has the time and talent to waste on writing a virus for use with malicious intent... needs to get a life, hell get 2 they're free. What a waste of time and talent.

    As for the statement above about "use it right"... a harmless virus used for say business purposes?... where after a certain date if your client still hasn't paid the bill? That works for me (as long as the client's data isn't destroyed in the process).
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    : As for the statement above about "use it right"... a harmless virus used for say business purposes?... where after a certain date if your client still hasn't paid the bill? That works for me (as long as the client's data isn't destroyed in the process).
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    It doesn't work for me. There is NEVER any valid reason for writing that kind of crap. If your client hasn't paid his bill, there are legitimate ways to deal with the problem. Mucking about in his computer is NOT an acceptable course of action, whether you destroy his data or not.

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    : It doesn't work for me. There is NEVER any valid reason for writing that kind of crap. If your client hasn't paid his bill, there are legitimate ways to deal with the problem. Mucking about in his computer is NOT an acceptable course of action, whether you destroy his data or not.
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    The only "mucking about" performed is that the application you've written no longer functions (or even deletes itself)... NOTHING ELSE in the system is touched. Legitimate ways do not always work, and at times when they do it can take months or even years... I've "eaten" enough time over the years to have learned this.
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