#1
...that you save in notepad, and then when you open it it shuts down your computer?


There was a thread about it, but i can't find it. Can someone please post the code, or at least that old thread? Thanks.
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#4
Do this:

Make a txt file, and type in
shutdown -s

Then save it as "filename.exe"
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#5
NVM, it doesn't work... Jsut google it.
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#6
1. Open calculator.
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#8
Quote by uk.mace
save it as *blah*.bat
it'll only work if you put it after '@ echo off' tho


No, I think it'll still work.

shutdown -s -t 30

Will give the user a 30 second countdown before shutdown.

shutdown -s -t 30 -c "Haha, enjoy your shutdown, fucker"

Will display said message.

Then just save it as whatever.bat
#9
Quote by uk.mace
save it as *blah*.bat
it'll only work if you put it after '@ echo off' tho

So what exactly do i put in?
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#10
Quote by TheBax
So what exactly do i put in?


shutdown -s


Then save as whatever.bat
#11
do you have to then click and open the .bat file to shut down the computer, or is there a more subtle way to trick someone into activating it?
#12
Quote by uk.mace
save it as *blah*.bat
it'll only work if you put it after '@ echo off' tho


All "@echo off" does is prevents the command window displaying what it's doing, so instead of loads of text coming up (in a complex .bat file for example) it stays blank.

Useful if you've made a .bat you want to protect, you put "@echo off" at the start and use "Bat2Exe" to compile. You can then release this and (I think) it makes it harder for people to get your code.
#13
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do you have to then click and open the .bat file to shut down the computer, or is there a more subtle way to trick someone into activating it?


There are subtle ways... Kinda.

If you have access to their computer, you can make the bat file, then change a shortcut (like FireFox) to point to the bat instead. That'll really fuck them off.

But if you don't have access to their computer, you'll just have to hope they'll fall for something like "run this bat, it makes your internet faster".
#14
i just tried it, and filthandfury, you're awesome!


can i save it in notepad, and just save it as text file, and it not do anything? Because i'd like to be able to find it again, and type something else in that message.
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#15
Quote by TheBax
i just tried it, and filthandfury, you're awesome!


can i save it in notepad, and just save it as text file, and it not do anything? Because i'd like to be able to find it again, and type something else in that message.


Yeah, just save it as your standard .txt file
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Quote by TheBax
i just tried it, and filthandfury, you're awesome!


can i save it in notepad, and just save it as text file, and it not do anything? Because i'd like to be able to find it again, and type something else in that message.


Yeah, just save it as a .txt file and put it in your My Documents folder for later.
#17
I just sent it to a "computer retarded" girl, and saved it as Hilarious Joke, so she'll open it. I'm gonna call her tonight... just to see how it went.
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#18
Quote by TheBax
i just tried it, and filthandfury, you're awesome!


can i save it in notepad, and just save it as text file, and it not do anything? Because i'd like to be able to find it again, and type something else in that message.


You could always right click the .bat file and hit edit if you wanted to change things without changing the file type.

EDIT: For added lulz...
@echo
    shutdown.exe -s -t 120 -c "Your message here."
start %0
    %0
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#19
Quote by filthandfury
There are subtle ways... Kinda.

If you have access to their computer, you can make the bat file, then change a shortcut (like FireFox) to point to the bat instead. That'll really fuck them off.

But if you don't have access to their computer, you'll just have to hope they'll fall for something like "run this bat, it makes your internet faster".


Msn etc don't let you send .bat files (don't think so anyway) but you can change them to a .exe like I mentioned before, give it a nice picture and call it something like iTunes8installer.exe

They then open it, and it does something mad like kill the explorer.exe task then delete it, or edit the boot files to boot in MS-DOS or something. possibilities are endless.

i can also get a .exe hidden inside a .gif or something, this takes about 30 seconds to do and basically when they open the .gif (can be mp3 etc also) it runs the .exe. This is all done using cmd.
#20
I'm pretty sure you can create a batch file to make a registry entry.

And if you made a batch file to add a shutdown batch to the registry to run on startup...

I'm not sure how you'd do it though.
#21
You don't need to **** with registry for that, just make a shutdown.bat and make it add itself to the startup folder. Easily fixed in safe mode, but still, it would beat your average computer user.
#22
yeah my bro put the remote shutdown command in one of his mate's login script so everytime he logged in it shut down. we lol'd
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