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Tutorial How to create a SpamBot

Discussion in 'VB.NET' started by MaplePri, Aug 9, 2008.

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  1. MaplePri

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    Here a tutorial on how to make a spambot (also know as auto typer).

    First open Visual Basic 6.0

    Then create a label and change it to "Message :" or whatever you want it to be named. (optional)

    Create a text box and delete the text insode of it.

    Create a frame and name it "Control Panel" or whatever you want it to be named.

    Create two buttons inside the frame and name the first one "Start Spam" and the second "Stop Spam"

    Create a timer at any spot of the form. (Timers are invisible when you use the form)

    Double-click the timer and insert the following script:
    SendKeys text1.text
    SendKeys "{enter}"

    Double-click the first button and insert the following script:
    Timer1.enabled = True

    Double-click the second button and insert the following script:
    Timer1.Enabled = False

    Click the timer and change the interval to 300 (300 milliseconds) and "Enabled - False"

    Now test the form and see if it works
     
  2. fafaffy

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    this would be easier with pictures. but thats just my opinion. but this is great for begginers good job
     
  3. felipexgaspar

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    Very Good men,its Works...
     
  4. w0mbaT-

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    Pretty Basic code. But nice tutorial for beginners
     
  5. staris

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    Thanks, this is nice. Will have to make one later one.
     
  6. Myke

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    We make this all the time in college its funny lol. you make about 4 MsgBox and then loop back to the first one when the last is done lol you put it on someones comp and they cant log off XD
     
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    Unless task manager or an alternative process manipulation program (e.g.: Process Explorer) is launched, then used to terminate the message box application.

    Regards,
    Vincent
     
  8. forean

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    wow thanks works like a charm=D
     
  9. Myke

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    It;s a college server do you really think that they would allow us access to task manager and other things like that?

    no.

    Mike
     
  10. Majii Guy

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    Workstation*, not a full-fledged server I presume, and taskkill via command line usually remains functioning.


    Code:
    taskkill /f /im evil.exe
    

    If that program just so happens to be disabled, it's entirely possible to end processes in Visual Basic.

    Regards,
    Vincent
     
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  11. Myke

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    nope right click is also disabled lol, we have no fredom what so ever on this server its horrible XD

    Mike
     
  12. Majii Guy

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    Launching a command line is possible via the start menu, and as I told you, ending processes via a written VB app is also possible.

    Regards,
    Vi
     
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