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ankitstr

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hi,

I managed to develop a cool script which i wanted to share with the rest of you and get feedback on its usage and also, where it could be implemented, i.e., what possible tasks can we use the script for. But for some reason i am getting the following error:

This is not a general support forum!

and that i do not have the required permissions, what could be wrong here??

Anyways, I have attached my compiled script here, it logs the keystrokes and mouse clicks and generates a .au3 file and a .bat file to run it (although u need to put a copy of autoitv3.exe in the same folder for the .bat file to work). Running the produced file replicates all the keystrokes and mouse clicks and hence can be used to automate almost anything! It even records multiple keystrokes like Alt+F4 and doesn't create multiple logs of a key even if your typing speed is slow or fast and hardly takes any CPU time to run.

Please do reply with some comments and feedback. I would really appreciate your responses.

NOTE: Since the functions used in the script can be used for creating keyloggers, I have decided not to post the code, and only the compiled script.

Please find the compiled script at the following location:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=80940

Edited by ankitstr

[topic="80940"] AutoScript Creator, Script to automate anything![/topic]

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Hi ankitstr,

1st Welcome to the AutoIt Forums! :idiot:

Some of the following tips may not apply to you, but it may make your life a bit easier here on the forum in the future.

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  • Did you know that we have an awesome search feature?

    You can find many answers to your current questions, just by typing in the right search patterns.

  • A suggestion is to use the Advanced Search mode:

  • Type your specific search term in quotes.
  • Click the forum you want to search in (the one most likely to have your information would generally be the Example Script forum and or the General Help and Support Forum).
  • Click on "Search titles only" radio button.
  • Click perform search.
The above will help you narrow down your searches and prevent you from unneccesarily posting a new thread.

[*]Also, you should try to read the Sticky posts that are at the top of each of the AutoIt Forums you enter such as:

[*]Keep in mind, the help file will be your best friend, however you may find some of the tutorials written by some of our elite forum members helpful.

[*]Forum Etiquette:

  • Making a new thread:

    • Use the Search feature first to see if your question has already been answered.
    • Look in the help file as well before even thinking of posting (When what you want could be obtained by simply reading the help file, you don't generally get a good response from your AutoIt community).
    • Titles are very important here. 1 word titles or titles like "help me", "write something for me", "I'm a noob" etc... aren't tolerated.
    • Make sure you are posting in the correct forum:

      • General Help and Support:

        • This forum is for AutoIt related support questions only. If you have a question related to another language, or nothing at all to do with AutoIt then you need to post in the chat forum, or in that languages perspective forum.
      • Example Script:

        • This forum is for AutoIt scripts/executables only.
        • Source code is preferred but not necessary, you do have the right to just post the binary of your project if you wish.
        • Please don't post questions in this forum unless it's directly related to a thread already existing.
    • Use common sense when creating a new thread.

      Ask yourself if the title is descriptive enough to even interest someone (preferably those that know what they are talking about) to even look at your thread, let alone reply in it.

    • Think about how it would show in the search feature if someone were to look for something just like you are looking for (think of the keywords you used yourself and obviously didn't find anything (because we know you used the search feature :) ) and use those types of keywords in your title as well).
  • Thread content:

    • Be descriptive with your query. (Make sure we actually know what you want to do).
    • Show you've made an effort in coding what you want (provide the reproducer code (generally no more than 50 lines as people lose interest in debugging someones script for free)).
    • Don't talk in ebonics. A lot of the forum members are adults, and a lot of them know how to help you, but talk like a child, you'll be treated as such.
    • Don't ask for help making keyloggers, spam (even if it's to do as a prank), or anything that can be thought of as malicious. You'll more than likely have the thread locked by a moderator, and take a bashing from your fellow AutoIt community.
    • When posting code, use code boxes. This can be accomplished by using [code ]<content here>[/code ] (No spaces between the brackets []).

      Using code boxes will keep the indentation and make it easier to read for others to help you.

  • Bumping your threads:

    • Use common courtesy here.

      Keep in mind every time you bump your thread to the top of the forum, you knock the other threads down a notch.

      Everyone posting for help has just as much right for their threads to get read as you do.

      Because of that, do not bump your post more than once in a 24 hour period.

      A Bump is simply posting in your thread with nothing that pertains to your query with the sole purpose of moving it up.

      Deleting previous bumps, and posting new ones is not tolerated, and the moderators can find those deletions, so do yourself a favor and don't cross that line >_< .

  • Rude or obnoxious content:

    This falls pretty much under the common sense thing. If you use it (common sense) before posting, you won't have issues.

    • Don't use foul language, remember, a lot of the community is at work when they read these threads.
    • Don't provoke or instigate an argument with someone.
  • Double Posting:

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      If this happens to you, simply notify a moderator with the report feature in the post, and politely ask them to delete it.

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  • Non-English languages

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      We have wonderful users from around the world, so after you've done your post in English, back it up with your question also in your native tongue (You may find your answer much quicker using both).

That's it for now, I hope you have a wonderful learning experience, and hope to see you contribute to the community as your knowledge grows.

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1) The reason you can't post is because it takes 5 to post in example scripts.

2) Keyloggers can get you suspended from these forums. I suggest removing your file/post

3) AutoIt can be very harmful to peoples computers. So pretty much nobody is going to use an EXE from someone with 2 posts=)

Given that, I suggest you remove this post and just wait till you have enough to post in the example sripts forum. and don't post keyloggers.

AutoIt needs to keep a good name. Not one of cheating and logging keys :)

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hi, thanks for your reply.

what do you mean by "it takes 5 to post in example scripts"??

Also, I understand that keyloggers are banned, that's why I haven't posted the code because it could be manipulated to create one. My script is an automation script, it replicates the key and mouse events, and created in order to automate tasks easily without having to program.

My account shows that there were 6 downloads of the file, so I guess some people did trust me and checked out the script.

I guess I'll wait for them to reply for feedback. Also, since, I don't have any bad intentions I don't think there is any reason to ban this post, but still if the moderators think that it shouldn't be here, I'll remove it :)


[topic="80940"] AutoScript Creator, Script to automate anything![/topic]

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i already downloaded you script, but it's not a au3 file. i changed it's extension to au3 but it seems something new to me. can you tell what type of file is this?

for your problem all information is here http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=37739


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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

Its a .a3x file, as i mentioned in my original post. But I guess its been edited and the file has been removed :)

This post has been edited by SmOke_N: 57 minutes ago

And hey! thanks for the info, it was really helpful.

Edited by ankitstr

[topic="80940"] AutoScript Creator, Script to automate anything![/topic]

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I managed to convience the moderator that my script is not malicious by sending him the source. I guess, i'll be posting it back, probably this time in the "example scripts" forum :)


[topic="80940"] AutoScript Creator, Script to automate anything![/topic]

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