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Ever wanted to hack with batch?

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#1 jahwi


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Posted 01 January 2016 - 11:24 PM



I have put together a list of useful batch scripts and I would appreciate it if you guys told me what you think.



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#2 Demonslay335


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Posted 02 January 2016 - 01:46 AM

Sounds interesting, I might give it a go in a VM when I have some time (sorry, can't trust it by nature until I've gotten "dirty" with the source code, I'll assume Chrome is flagging a false-positive on the SF download). Looks like some handy tools for my usual security auditing for my customers. :thumbs2:


I see in your readme you mention packing exe's due to requirements of running as administrator. I can show you a way to request UAC access when needed from a batch script. It's a nice trick I stashed a long time ago and use in all of my scripts. I also have one for writing colored text per line if you want to be even more fancy with your menus. ;)

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Posted 02 January 2016 - 06:27 AM


Thanks for the feedback! :)
i an assure you it's virus free. I included the source code of all the scripts. Most are not compiled to exe format. The few I compiled include:
dc.exe the color per line script
mg.exe used for reporting errors to the user
noti.exe notifying the user of useful information.
And some c programs that calculate geometry because batch can't perform calculations as float or double, always as an integer.
Bt.exe the bluetooth shell
Thanks again for taking the time.

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