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This is a simple script of a client and a server

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you can do somethings not a lot of things , like just move mouse and freeze computer and chat with person , but once you disconnect you cant connect without restarting the server , if you connect the only way to take out the server is by the client. because task manager is disabled and you can't exit the server.

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you can do somethings not a lot of things , like just move mouse and freeze computer and chat with person , but once you disconnect you cant connect without restarting the server , if you connect the only way to take out the server is by the client. because task manager is disabled and you can't exit the server.

looks like you can't do anything with out the script


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

well here is the script then

Edited by JdeB

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

i apologize i think i forgot to include the file , sorry

Edited by JdeB

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

i apologize i think i forgot to include the file , sorry

Why bother posting progs like this? just give AutoIT a bad name. get a life.

Edited by jb73034

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A little hint: #include <filename>

That command would have prevented you from copying the entire contents of date.au3 into your source code.

Taking a look at the code, I seriously doubt you wrote this. Also, a remote administration program installed and used without the users knowledge or consent is against the law. This is better known as a trojan.


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Ya got my vote of some fairly sick coding. Looks like virus code to me.

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