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DarkNecromancer

Hay there guys. I'm having a little friendly war with my high school IT manager. He didn't think i could make a virus that could spread itself to every computer on our network, and he was fine with me trying as long as it doens't do anything bad. I found a way to do it but i was thinking one day i started asking myself why some programs can be run with admin rights to write and stuff and if there was any way to give my script that functionality. The terms are that i cant use any admin passwords. So i guess my questoin here is: is there a way to trick or make autoit become a system program so that it can have admin rights????

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Guest Guidosoft

Your asking if AutoIt can appear as if it is part of Windows and required for it to run?

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Blue_Drache

Well, if you could get root access on another computer's IP, you could stuff a reference in the "run once" section of the registry with a filewrite?

Dunno, just a glimmer of an idea. Never thought of blackhatting this kind of stuff before........ maybe I'm just blowing smoke anyway.

"Unconventional warfare calls for unconventional solutions" - unknown


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DarkNecromancer

yeah i dont know it was just an idea i was thinking of to make the script for apart of the system. well thanks :idiot:

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