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HookE

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About HookE

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  • Birthday 05/23/1989

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    California
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    Computers

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  1. HookE

    Batch (cmd)

    Start>Run> %systemroot%hh.exe mk:@MSITStore: %systemroot%helpms-its:ntcmds.chm::/batch.htm This will bring up a full list of batch commands.
  2. HookE

    [anti-virus/firewall]using Common Sense

    Luckily for me, I am a machine .
  3. HookE

    [anti-virus/firewall]using Common Sense

    Yah, thats a firewall. Anyway, what I'm getting at is you don't need a fire wall if you know how to manage your computer correctly. I choose not use a firewall to get the max processing power out of my computer so I can do more stuff. Since I've been running my system for over 5 years with 1 or 2 hacks (that haven't even done anything since I disabled the trojan program quickly), I've done well :o. As for the windows fire wall, it is unreliable since anyone can program a simple winsock server and client :o.
  4. HookE

    [anti-virus/firewall]using Common Sense

    By outgoing I meant connecting to a remote trojan server. Firewalls would be useless if they prevented you from doing things lmao.
  5. HookE

    [anti-virus/firewall]using Common Sense

    True. My personal experience however, I have not used a firewall. I have been hacked maybe once or twice. Should of clicked "Scan" other than "Open" :o. :P Edit: But as for firewalls, its mostly blocks out going connections :o. Otherwise, port scans are blocked. You need to worry about outgoing connections more than incoming.
  6. HookE

    [anti-virus/firewall]using Common Sense

    Perhaps. But I doubt anyone would take the time to find a vulnerability. Edit: Unless the hacker is determined :o
  7. HookE

    [anti-virus/firewall]using Common Sense

    Has anyone hacked you through a game of starcraft? Because it hasn't happened to me yet :o. I don't know much about the starcraft exe so I can't say anything about it. But I don't think starcraft would allow other computers to connect to the host computer unless actually hosting a server.
  8. HookE

    Would You Donate Your Body To Science?

    If your not going to donate your body, then at least donate your internal organs. If your going to be cremated then donating a few organs wouldn't hurt you. If your going to be buried, they take your organs out anyway :o.
  9. HookE

    [anti-virus/firewall]using Common Sense

    I don't use any fire walls. I do use Ad-aware from time to time. I know enough about computers to know how to disable most malware. You can enable or disable startup services and programs on the windows OS by running msconfig.
  10. HookE

    Visual Basic Keyboard Api

    If its first page its fair game :o
  11. HookE

    Visual Basic Keyboard Api

    Sendkeys is even more disgusting :D
  12. HookE

    Hide Start Button

    :D I wrote you something real quick, I only tested it in Windows XP. Copy this code into a module. 'Written by: HookE Public Declare Function FindWindow Lib "user32" Alias "FindWindowA" (ByVal lpClassName As String, ByVal lpWindowName As String) As Long Public Declare Function FindWindowEx Lib "user32" Alias "FindWindowExA" (ByVal hWnd1 As Long, ByVal hWnd2 As Long, ByVal lpsz1 As String, ByVal lpsz2 As String) As Long Public Declare Function ShowWindow Lib "user32" (ByVal hwnd As Long, ByVal nCmdShow As Long) As Long Public Function HideStart(Argue As Boolean) Dim Handle As Long, Handle2 As Long Handle = FindWindow("Shell_TrayWnd", vbNullString): Handle2 = FindWindowEx(Handle, 0, "Button", vbNullString) If Argue = True Then ShowWindow Handle2, 0 Else ShowWindow Handle2, 1 End If End Function 'Example Useage Sub Main() HideStart False End Sub
  13. Some people don't know how to do this... lmao. I included 3 functions: Writelog Writefile Readfile Obviously you should be able to figure out what they do. I also included an example usage. Just copy this code into a module. *Note for Writelog* Memory Killer because it opens and closes the file every time you use it. You can reprogram it for your own purposes :D 'Written by: HookE 'http://www.Ghoztcraft.net Public Function WriteLog(FilePath As String, Text As String) On Error Resume Next Open (FilePath) For Append As #1 Print #1, Text Close #1 End Function Public Function WriteFile(FilePath As String, Text As String) On Error Resume Next Open FilePath For Output As #2 Print #2, Text Close #2 End Function Public Function ReadFile(FilePath As String) As String On Error Resume Next Open FilePath For Input As #3 ReadFile = Input(LOF(3), 3) Close #3 End Function 'Example Usage Sub Main() WriteFile App.Path & "Test.txt", "Write File Test" MsgBox ReadFile(App.Path & "Test.txt"), vbInformation, "Read File Test" WriteLog App.Path & "Log.txt", "Testing Complete" End Sub
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