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lionaneesh's Avatar, Join Date: Mar 2010
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Originally Posted by lokanadham View Post
i select antivirus software as miniproject......please send any books that are related to my project and also your rabbit virus
Actually there are no books on how to make a antivirus...
and a Antivirus is not t all a mini project...

I'll be writing a articles on How does antivirus works...(if shabbir accepts)
So , Stay tuned
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Zanbatou9's Avatar, Join Date: Feb 2011
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I would be interested to know how this file can be transmitted and executed without the computer owner / user having to consciously open that file and execute. ie: how this file can be hidden and possibly automatically executed?
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lionaneesh's Avatar, Join Date: Mar 2010
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Originally Posted by Zanbatou9 View Post
I would be interested to know how this file can be transmitted and executed without the computer owner / user having to consciously open that file and execute. ie: how this file can be hidden and possibly automatically executed?
Unfortunately there is no way of executing the program automatically..

The method we can apply is that we can bind the virus to a program (like notepad) and when the user opens notepad ...
Unknowingly he'll execute the virus too..
This will lead to the execution of virus...

I'll be writing a article on this soon...
SO stay tuned...
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teacher's Avatar, Join Date: Mar 2011
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i think rabbit virus is called so because it multiples itself.even the other name fork() bomb imply in this way...like (each process is dividing itself into two) .fork () is a function on linux systems which do this task of creating child from parent.
1 process
2 process
4 process
8 process

if you put that fork() inside loop you can have real fork bomb
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sgtjames's Avatar, Join Date: Apr 2011
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pls more explanation
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Scripting's Avatar, Join Date: Jun 2010
John Hoder
what more do you expect? Everything were told ALREADY !!!
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kyle's Avatar, Join Date: Dec 2010
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dude that's like the most basic thing ever
it's clasic
entering <represents the "object">
the following <the code to use>
the end <which in this case is a goto loop>
it picks up a random service, .exe and starts it going on n on n on til you'r pc is crashed
i've tried things like this a lot and you can stop them by restarting imediatly. unless it's programmed to start with winlogon <that would be really bad>
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muh's Avatar, Join Date: Jun 2011
muh
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:s is defining the function s START %0 %0 is the name of the batch file so start %0 is calling Starting the batch job again. GOTO :s simply is returning to the start of function s an endless loop that starts its self on every pass so after 10 loops you have 10 new batch jobs running, each of which are starting new jobs, it is a resource exhaustion exploit, not a virus more of a local denial of service. the bash fork bomb ){ :|:& };: is much more elegant, but essentially does the same thing.
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muh's Avatar, Join Date: Jun 2011
muh
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:s

is defining the function s

START %0

%0 is the name of the batch file so start %0 is calling Starting the batch job again.

GOTO :s

simply is returning to function s an endless loop that starts its self on every pass so after 10 loops you have 10 new batch jobs running, each of which are starting new jobs, it is a resource exhaustion exploit, not a virus more of a local denial of service.


the bash fork bomb

) { : | : & } ; :

is much more elegant, but essentially does the same thing.
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muh's Avatar, Join Date: Jun 2011
muh
Newbie Member
lets try the bash fork bomb is

: ( ) { : | : & } ; :

stripping the first chars of.