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linuxswan's Avatar, Join Date: Aug 2008
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No need you can use the keyboard and press the Ctrl+key
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Aries's Avatar, Join Date: Oct 2008
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Cool man !!!
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NDL's Avatar, Join Date: Oct 2008
NDL
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nice one
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Storm_Rider's Avatar, Join Date: Oct 2008
Go4Expert Member
WOW I've been asking around about the Rabbit Virus But no one could explaneit to me...Ive heard this tearm in the movie "Hackers(1995)"..I finaly find it over here in go4expert.com....Realy Cool
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halxfie's Avatar, Join Date: Mar 2009
Newbie Member
so... apparently i got a rabbit. is there any possible way to get rid of it?
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vikas1234's Avatar, Join Date: Aug 2008
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really nice article .....
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-=sAvIoUr=-'s Avatar, Join Date: Apr 2009
Newbie Member
ahm...do you have a cure for that virus?...and..
can you explain the codes that you showed us?....
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hanleyhansen's Avatar, Join Date: Jan 2008
Pro contributor
LOL. All it does is excute a series of commands. In this case it's called a virus because the loop never ends but after you stop running either by restarting or by pressing Ctrl+C you don't have to worry about it as long as you don't run it again. Plus at this age in computers in would take a more powerful fork bomb to make your computer crash especially if you have a lot of RAM. The reason why an AV doesn't recognize it is becuase its not really a virus. It's just a .bat file that overloads your RAM and therefore makes your computer crash. One this simple shouldn't really damage your CPU.
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eightlives's Avatar, Join Date: Dec 2009
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How is it possible to make a more power punching fork bomb to crash a computer, not giving the user time to try and retaliate?
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technica's Avatar, Join Date: Dec 2007
CoderByNature
nice one from you mate.