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running cmd and using cmd commands

Author:  netninja [ Wed Mar 17, 2004 9:51 pm ]
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My subject basically says everything i want to know. Just open cmd.exe or anything else, and inputting commands into it without having to manually do them once cmd.exe opens. Another thing i think is a very long shot is returning the output i get from the cmd.exe into the turing window. But if it can be done, please explain.


Author:  jonos [ Wed Mar 17, 2004 10:07 pm ]
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i'm not sure if you could do that actually, but you could use:

system("command, variable") (im not sure about the quotes),
that seems kindof farfetched for turing, though im not sure, is this an assignment?

Author:  netninja [ Wed Mar 17, 2004 10:59 pm ]
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Author:  jonos [ Wed Mar 17, 2004 11:25 pm ]
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i personally don't have any idea on how to do this, but someone more advanced may... its a good idea what you are thinking.

if you want to access the shutdown program or something of that sort, just use system("...,...") and it will work fine. i tested it out, and it works well.

Author:  netninja [ Wed Mar 17, 2004 11:32 pm ]
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I dont think quotes are needed for the system comand. But only problem is this: i dont think you can run cmd.exe and make it do something too. That would be sweet though. If its possible, please tell me someone Smile

Author:  jonos [ Thu Mar 18, 2004 12:00 am ]
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you can run cmd.exe, just use Sys.Exec() which you will have to check the turing reference for, but i don't think you can export commands from turing to it.

if you were using c++ and were making a console program, then that would be easy :\

Author:  netninja [ Thu Mar 18, 2004 8:16 am ]
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Also, can i run a program with parametres?? That must be able to be done right? Like "xcopy c:/something.txt c:/winnt" or something similar?

I know about running individual programs of course Smile ... so import / export = no.. Well, i guess its time to throw in the towel, and go back to the oh so useful c++. But anything i want to do with my school computer has to be written at home Sad no c++ compiler at school.

Author:  recneps [ Thu Mar 18, 2004 1:35 pm ]
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if using
then yes. just put it under the command part, and if using syas exec, then no Sad

Author:  ReN3g@de [ Mon Mar 29, 2004 6:00 pm ]
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check out the tutorial i made on it... its in the tutorials section of the forum.

Author:  BioHazardousWaste [ Tue Mar 30, 2004 8:56 am ]
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omg... H4X0R5 wannabe... fucking lame kids who can't even do this shit...

excuse my rant

Author:  Krabjuice [ Tue Mar 30, 2004 4:40 pm ]
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Sounds like someone's looking to form some malicous code.
On a compeletly unrelated note, hooray for deltree *.*

Author:  jonos [ Tue Mar 30, 2004 8:08 pm ]
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ok biohazard, how the hell is someone supposed to learn how to hack or whatever without learning it. unless that person in question has special "psychic powers" to read the minds of others, or holds volumes of text on different subjects within their own brain, then one must ask questions and learn. its unfair of you to to that they can't even do "that shit", but where is one supposed to start. you obviously didn't just know that the first time you started turing, so give the kid a break. and just because he didn't use the turing reference doesn't mean anything, it may just mean he didn't understand it or know the command for what he wanted. don't be such a lame-ass idiot. be respectful, and excuse my hypocrisy.

excuse my rant

Author:  Dan [ Wed Mar 31, 2004 12:42 pm ]
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ya wired how that is, espalty on some fourm more realted to hacking. Every one likes the newbe bashing i gusse. but u most rember that u where once a newbe at one time.

i think that is some poleop where not such ass holes (not meaning any one in this post or on this site) about poleop asking question there whould be less scripted kiddys out there witch just pisses every one off.

alougth poleop who whont ot know all about creacking in 10 mins or ask questions like "how do i hack hotmail" desever being yelled at. if u whont to "hack" try lreaning some seriuers porgaming 1st it will help you much.

Author:  BioHazardousWaste [ Sun Apr 04, 2004 1:53 am ]
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jesus man... learn how to spell (unless ur foriegn, then forgive me)... but the reason i'm like that is because I have put years into learning how to program; spent countless hours reading thick manuals on different languauges, DOS prompt, etc. etc. I have built programs for small buissnesses, and just created my own because I wanted to. The reason for me bitching like that is becuase I have spent years learning, and three years researching dos commands in networks... and someone comes along and wants to know how to do this, without even reading the reference.... seriously, take the time, learn a decent langugage. You can easily do it in VB.

I know I was a newbie once, and I did not get much help, so I am usually very quick to help the nubs out. But it doesn't start with malicious dos commands, it starts WAY before that..... and BTW deltree *.* is completely useless when deepfreeze is running... believe me i've tried it. (yea, thats right, I learned it by taking the time to try something!!!)

Author:  jonos [ Sun Apr 04, 2004 1:58 am ]
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yeah but maybe the person didn't even know where to start, and turing is the easiest language to learn it, and you have to start somewhere. it takes less effort to ask someone on a message board than going to the library or the bookstore. and it gives the same effect, unless more can be learned on runnign system/shell commands in turing.

Author:  BioHazardousWaste [ Sun Apr 04, 2004 2:29 am ]
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it takes less effort to ask someone on a message board than going to the library or the bookstore. and it gives the same effect

reading a 500 page book on dos commands, and asking on a message board have the same result eh?... well it looks like i'm done with this thread. think about what you just said, maybe it'll make more sense after a few hours

Author:  jonos [ Sun Apr 04, 2004 10:15 am ]
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i meant on the system/shell command, you forgot to quote the other part of what i wrote. maybe you should remember that people have to start somewhere, your way is not necessarily the best way.

Author:  Dan [ Sun Apr 04, 2004 5:56 pm ]
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it also takes less effort to not instalet some then to. i mean u dont have to be an ass hole about every thing BioHazard. if u dont have anything helpfull to say dont say it (unless it is in spam then go nuts)

Author:  netninja [ Fri Apr 16, 2004 7:35 am ]
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Bio, youre such a damn looser its not even funny. Apparently, according to you, anything thats run from command prompt must be a 'haxxors' tool.

First : THat must mean the Dos language must be a 'bad' thing, and it shouldnt be used. Or maybe just xcopy is a malicious command.

Second : Learn the proper terminology, someone that is malicious is a cracker, not a hacker. I bet your just some 16 year old kid that thinks he knows he can 'hack' pretty good because last nite he planted a trojan someone else made onto his friends computer.

Third : Nobody cares what you do or what youve tried, so next time someone asks a simple question, either respond nicely or dont (unless they ask: how do i use subseven).


Besides Bio's stupid comments, thanks for all the info.

Author:  netninja [ Mon Sep 13, 2004 9:57 pm ]
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Im still pissed after how many ever months ago this post was.


Author:  AsianSensation [ Tue Sep 14, 2004 9:39 pm ]
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I don't think I'll waste time typing out the reason why this should be locked.

Let's just say all necessary questions were already asked.