.: Excalibur :.
Released 22 years, 6 months ago. Apr 1999By Matrim & Angel of Death
- Coded by: Matrim & Angel of Death
- Version: Excalibur
- Released date: Apr 1999, 22 years, 6 months ago.
- Coded in: Visual Basic
- Family: Excalibur
- Category: Remote Access
Server: c:\windows\system\sys23.dll startup: HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunServices
------------------ - Excalibur - ------------------ ToC 1 - Disclamer 2 - News 3 - Features 3.1 - Installer 3.2 - Main Functions 3.3 - DoS Functions 4 - Version Updates 5 - Contacting ====== 1 ====== * Disclamer * =============== Don't kill anyone with this program. Its not our fault if you get in trouble for using this program. ====== 2 ====== * News * =============== v1.0 Alpha NEW RELEASE!!! A few new features and massive stability. Also, we have an anti-virus to remove it from your computer if you accidentally infect yourself. Read below! v0.1 Alpha Well, Matrim [thats me] and AoD [Angel of Death] started a group together, and this is our first release. It has all the features that I've always wanted to see in a backdoor program. As we go, we'll be adding on new features and making the program run more quickly and reliably. We don't have a group name, but that is just fluff, we want to churn out some quality programs before we worry about becoming 31337 proggie makers or anything. We're currently setting up a website for this program and any that we will release in the future. Next release [most likely] will have our URL. ====== 3 ====== * Features * =============== Excalibur is a new backdoor virus program with several advantages over the other backdoor programs available. 1: It is not yet detected by virusscanners 2: It automatically hides itself very well from any type of detection 3: It has built-in DoS capibilities, such as Ping Bomb [think of pingbomb from 10 computers!] or Nuking. 4: It uses a little-known way of running itself on bootup, making it difficult to detect 5: Much more! --- 3.1 --- *Installer* ----------- After running install.exe, there should be a zip file in the directory with the client. 1. Download any program [or use one that you have handy]. Make sure that it has an install program built in. Then, rename the install program [most likely install.exe or setup.exe] to "install.___" [no quotes]. Those _ marks are NOT spaces, they are underscores. 2. Copy all of the files from install.zip to the same place as this other program. There should now be a new 'install.exe' [the one from install.zip]. 3. Recompress and send to your victom! When the run 'install.exe' it will set up the virus and run the original install program. Your victom won't notice a thing! --- 3.2 --- *OtherFucn* ----------- This is a list of the 'other' functions [buttons], i.e. not the DoS functions, and what they do. Obviously, you need to be connected to a virused computer first. Alt-Ctrl-Del off = Disables Alt-Ctrl-Del, click again to enable Run Program = Runs program on remote computer Crash Explorer [win98 only] = When enabled, will crash Explorer [NOT IE] on any computer running Win98. Very nasty! Comptuer Takedown = Completly destroies a computer. BE CAREFUL WITH THIS FUNCTION. Set WallPaper = Set the computer's wallpaper Annoying Mouse... = Whenever the user moves the mouse, a messagebox will be displayed. Switch Mouse Buttons = Self-explanitory. Just plain annoying! --- 3.3 --- *DoS Funct* ----------- This is a list of the DoS functions [buttons], and what they do. Obviously, you need to be connected to a virused computer first. PingBomb = Has the virused computer pingbomb an IP for aprox. 5 min. Very effective if multiple clients are using it, and none of it gets traced back to you! ====== 4 ====== *Ver. Updates * =============== v1.0 - A lot of new stuff, look up! v0.1 - First Release!
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