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Some code to get AutoIt classified as a virus

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Tested and working on WinXPSP2

Code to hide process from taskmanager:

Removed for consciense sake.

:) Where did explorer go? Is it still running?

Known bugs:

- Task Manager is kinda jumpy using this.

- It shouldn't have been posted.

- Mods can remove if needed.

- Any schmuck or joe blow could use another task manager.

- Doesn't take into account multiple task manager windows.

Edited by this-is-me

Who else would I be?

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Guest Py7|-|[]/\/

I've already inadvertently discovered some other types of code that will get AutoIt classified as a virus. I wrote a script that copies a .au3 to the startup folder, then compiles it... After I put it on my brothers computer, I went to go run it and McAfree shut it down before it could start and removed the file off the hard drive. Also, a lot of the time my Ini scripts will be classified as a virus on my brother's computer... I'm not exactly sure why... One of them added the words "Hi there" to the beginning of 3 .txt documents and then BOOM, the au3 file is deleted off the hard drive and I get some big ass message about how it is some major virus or something.

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Guest Py7|-|[]/\/

I only made it for my brother's computer. Both he and I use au3. He's the GUI master while I am the normal coder. I just used MouseClick() to compile it. The whole purpose of it was to test CPU usage on my brother's old computer with a common game script.

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Guest Py7|-|[]/\/

Oo, never even thought of that.

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