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:lmao:

I guess its just for fun, but I broke through the security by:

1. Click mouse button to generate a "BREAK IN" error.

2. Press Ctrl+Shift+ESC to bring up the task manager and quickly end "autoit3.exe".

Perhaps there would be ways to prevent this from happening, too.

Edit: fix spelling

Edited by lte5000

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VAULTER,

Nice. But it does not protect PC. It can be defeated just by turning off the PC power and then turning it back on. You need to add someway to prevent that.

EDIT: I guess the Windows password would protect against that. I was not using one when I tried this.

Edited by peter1234

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:lmao:

I guess its just for fun, but I broke through the security by:

1. Click mouse button to generate a "BREAK IN" error.

2. Press Ctrl+Shift+ESC to bring up the task manager and quickly end "autoit3.exe".

Perhaps there would be ways to prevent this from happening, too.

Edit: fix spelling

there seems to be a "trade-off" when i put the "WinClose" in the loop. it closes the task manager, before the task manager was running, however hidden....

i guess i have to take the "WinClose" out so that the more powerfuk task manger does not show

8)

EDIT lowered the count for ispressed to 91 also

Edited by Valuater

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there seems to be a "trade-off" when i put the "WinClose" in the loop. it closes the task manager, before the task manager was running, however hidden....

i guess i have to take the "WinClose" out so that the more powerfuk task manger does not show

8)

EDIT lowered the count for ispressed to 91 also

okay sounds good gonna try it..

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:o

I guess its just for fun, but I broke through the security by:

1. Click mouse button to generate a "BREAK IN" error.

2. Press Ctrl+Shift+ESC to bring up the task manager and quickly end "autoit3.exe".

Perhaps there would be ways to prevent this from happening, too.

Edit: fix spelling

You can close task manager before it opens by having this in your loop:

If ProcessExists ("TASKMGR.EXE") Then
    ProcessClose ("TASKMGR.EXE")
EndIf

I even made it a separate script for those certain cases....

; block that damn task manager!  haha
#NoTrayIcon
While 1
    If ProcessExists ("taskmgr.exe") Then
        ProcessClose ("taskmgr.exe")
    EndIf
    Sleep (300)
WEnd

My entire script word for word.

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actually it is running.. but hidden.. so when someone tries to pull it up..

its already there.. you just can see it to use it

i tried your example.. but with the other stuff .. someone might have a second to stop the VAULTER program

i have checked it many ways even WinClose("") will close any window except mine.. but still someone can get a second to pull up the task manager and close VAULTER..

thus.. its better that it is running and hidden.. to me

thanks

8)


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I suppose if your loop has enough other stuff in it that it delays the process closing that this wouldn't be the most effective method - but only if it's inside the script. If it's separate, it's unbeatable.

Oh, by the way - I had used this as a subscript to my remote server that I was playing with at school. Thus, I had the capability to shut off the taskman script from my comp, so it would eventually stop. The user just couldn't do anything.

Edited by greenmachine

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I suppose if your loop has enough other stuff in it that it delays the process closing that this wouldn't be the most effective method - but only if it's inside the script. If it's separate, it's unbeatable.

Oh, by the way - I had used this as a subscript to my remote server that I was playing with at school. Thus, I had the capability to shut off the taskman script from my comp, so it would eventually stop. The user just couldn't do anything.

I guess thats the difference..

This script is designed to stop anyone from using anything/program or otherwise on the computer this is running on..

8)


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I guess thats the difference..

This script is designed to stop anyone from using anything/program or otherwise on the computer this is running on..

8)

I guess I didn't realize disabling it would work so well - must have been the disabling of the desktop and taskbar that I overlooked. I just ran it and forgot to look to see which key unlocks the thing. I had to go turn on the other computer and look it up.

Nice work.

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here is my beta-version:

Use F9 to unlock system

Opt("WinTitleMatchMode",4)
HotKeySet("{F9}", "unlock")

Func unlock()
  WinWait("Windows Task-Manager")
  ControlEnable ( "classname=Shell_TrayWnd", "", "ToolbarWindow321")
  ControlEnable ( "classname=Shell_TrayWnd", "", "ToolbarWindow322")
  ControlEnable ( "classname=Shell_TrayWnd", "", "ToolbarWindow323")
  ControlEnable ( "classname=Shell_TrayWnd", "", "Button1")
  WinSetState ( "classname=Progman", "",@SW_ENABLE)
  WinMinimizeAllUndo ( )
  exit
endfunc

run("Taskmgr")
WinWait("Windows Task-Manager")
WinSetState ( "Windows Task-Manager", "", @SW_HIDE )
;WinSetState ( "Windows Task-Manager", "",@SW_DISABLE)
ControlDisable ( "classname=Shell_TrayWnd", "", "ToolbarWindow321")
ControlDisable ( "classname=Shell_TrayWnd", "", "ToolbarWindow322")
ControlDisable ( "classname=Shell_TrayWnd", "", "ToolbarWindow323")
ControlDisable ( "classname=Shell_TrayWnd", "", "Button1")
WinSetState ( "classname=Progman", "",@SW_DISABLE)
WinMinimizeAll ( )

While 1
  Sleep(100)
Wend

AutoItMacroGenerator on my Homepage (Link 2)

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ohhh - I have found an easier way......

Opt("WinTitleMatchMode",4)
HotKeySet("{F9}", "unlock")

Func unlock()
  WinSetState ( "classname=Progman", "",@SW_ENABLE)
  WinSetState ( "classname=Shell_TrayWnd", "", @SW_ENABLE)
  WinMinimizeAllUndo ( )
  exit
endfunc

run("Taskmgr")
WinWait("Windows Task-Manager")
WinSetState ( "Windows Task-Manager", "", @SW_HIDE )
WinSetState ( "classname=Progman", "",@SW_DISABLE)
WinSetState ( "classname=Shell_TrayWnd", "", @SW_DISABLE) 
WinMinimizeAll ( )

While 1
  Sleep(100)
Wend
Edited by VoSs2o0o

AutoItMacroGenerator on my Homepage (Link 2)

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OK, here is a better version...

hopefully unbreakable

Opt("WinTitleMatchMode",4)

HotKeySet("{F3}", "Winkey")
HotKeySet("!{F9}", "unlock")
HotKeySet("!{TAB}", "Winkey")
HotKeySet("!{F4}", "Winkey")

Func unlock()
  WinSetState ( "Windows Task-Manager", "", @SW_SHOW)
  WinSetState ( "classname=Progman", "",@SW_ENABLE)
  WinSetState ( "classname=Shell_TrayWnd", "", @SW_SHOW)
  Send("{ALTUP}")
  WinMinimizeAllUndo ( )
  exit
endfunc

Func WinKey()

endfunc

run("Taskmgr")
WinWait("Windows Task-Manager")
WinSetState ( "Windows Task-Manager", "", @SW_HIDE )
WinSetState ( "classname=Progman", "",@SW_DISABLE)
WinSetState ( "classname=Shell_TrayWnd", "", @SW_HIDE)
WinMinimizeAll ( )

While 1
  Send("{ALTUP}")
  Send("{ALTDOWN}")
  sleep(100)
Wend

AutoItMacroGenerator on my Homepage (Link 2)

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