All Dos Commands ADDUSERS Add or list users to/from a CSV file ARP Address Resolution Protocol ASSOC Change file extension associations ASSOCIAT One step file association AT Schedule a command to run at a later time ATTRIB Change file attributes BOOTCFG Edit Windows boot settings BROWSTAT Get domain, browser and PDC info CACLS Change file permissions CALL Call one batch program from another CD Change Directory - move to a specific Folder CHANGE Change Terminal Server Session properties CHKDSK Check Disk - check and repair disk problems CHKNTFS Check the NTFS file system CHOICE Accept keyboard input to a batch file CIPHER Encrypt or Decrypt files/folders CleanMgr Automated cleanup of Temp files, recycle bin CLEARMEM Clear memory leaks CLIP Copy STDIN to the Windows clipboard. CLS Clear the screen CLUSTER Windows Clustering CMD Start a new CMD shell COLOR Change colors of the CMD window COMP Compare the contents of two files or sets of files COMPACT Compress files or folders on an NTFS partition COMPRESS Compress individual files on an NTFS partition CON2PRT Connect or disconnect a Printer CONVERT Convert a FAT drive to NTFS. COPY Copy one or more files to another location CSVDE Import or Export Active Directory data DATE Display or set the date Dcomcnfg DCOM Configuration Utility DEFRAG Defragment hard drive DEL Delete one or more files DELPROF Delete NT user profiles DELTREE Delete a folder and all subfolders DevCon Device Manager Command Line Utility DIR Display a list of files and folders DIRUSE Display disk usage DISKCOMP Compare the contents of two floppy disks DISKCOPY Copy the contents of one floppy disk to another DNSSTAT DNS Statistics DOSKEY Edit command line, recall commands, and create macros DSADD Add user (computer, group..) to active directory DSQUERY List items in active directory DSMOD Modify user (computer, group..) in active directory ECHO Display message on screen ENDLOCAL End localisation of environment changes in a batch file ERASE Delete
Hacking internet Cafe & Basic overview of this tutorial is if there's some kind of timer or client software on the computer you're using at the Net Cafe you can hopefully disable it. Firstly we need to gain access to command prompt (cmd.exe) to do this there's a few ways. 1) The most basic is to go Start/Run/cmd.exe and a black input screen should pop up. Say that's disabled then we can try some other methods. 2) Press the Windows Logo + R and it will start run up. (hopefully) 3) Navigate your way to C:\WINDOWS\system32 and run cmd.exe from in there. 4) Open notepad type "cmd.exe" without the quotation marks ("") and then go to File/Save As.. and type the name for the file and have it end with .bat for example "MyNewFile.bat" and select Save as type and select All Files. Make sure to save it somewhere you can access it, Like the desktop. If they have deleted Notepad then go in to Internet Explorer and right click and select View Source or on the menu bar click View then source and perform the same process as above. Once you have done this you can run the file. If you can't open files from the desktop then go back into Internet Explorer and go to View/Explorer Bar/Folders and navigate to the Desktop and it will show the saves files on the desktop in a folder type window. Once you have access to command prompt you can perform some usefull actions e.g shutdown programs, shutdown other peoples computers, add new accounts. Ok, well most Net cafes have software running that boots you off of the machine after a certain ammount of time unless you pay for more time. Well, we don't want that to happen now do we? Firstly try figure out the Net Cafes timeing/credit softwares name cause this can help. For more info on the software running we can use the command "tasklist" inside of command prompt. example: "tasklist" (without quotation marks) Basicly it brings up all the processes running. Now say we know the process name for the Net Cafes software we need to disable it. So, how do we do that? we use "taskkill" >:] Basicly kills the process we specifcy. Say the Net Cafes software is "Timer.exe" for example and it's shown in the task list like that we would do this. example: "taskkill /im Timer.exe /f" /im : is for image name. Not quite sure what it means, but we need it. Timer.exe : that's the Net cafes software/process name (example) /f : Forcefully shuts the program. Now hopefully your Net Cafes software is terminated and you can freely use their computer with no time restriction. If you have no luck finding the Net Cafes software name then just try ending processes that Windows Doesn't rely on. Perhaps you want to have a little fun with people on the network at the Net cafe? well here's a few things for you to do with command prompt. Find the people on the network with "net view" and it will list the other computers names on the network. The shutdown command. Basically the shutdown command will shutdown a computer on the network or your own computer (comes in handy) example: "shutdown -s -m HJCPwnts -t 20 -c You're being shutdown" use "shutdown -a" to cancel this action so you don't shut your own computer down. -s : sets the shutdown action. -m : specify the computer name (HJCPwts) that's what my computer name would be on the network. (to find out how to find computer names use net view. It will list the other computer names.) -t : the time until shutdown in seconds. Just specify it for 0 if you want it instant. -c : the comment that will be shown on the shutdown window (not needed, but goo to leave the victim a message) -f : I left this one out because it shuts the applications the user is running down, but add it on the end when doing it to someone else. Now for some more stuff. Perhaps we want to create a new account on this computer and login to it? Well, lets do it then. Ok, this is how we do it. In command prompt type "net user CoolGuy /add" this basically adds a new user by the name of CoolGuy. Simple ehh? well we have struck a problemo. How the hell do we login to that account? EASY! In fact we have already covered most of it. We will be using the shutdown command again. "shutdown -l" : basicly this logs us out and we can log back in with the CoolGuy account. -l : sets the logout action. Ok, so you have had your fun with the new account now and you want to get rid of it in case of the Net Cafe staff finding it. Well that's simple aswell, all we do is.. "net user CoolGuy /delete" and it will delete that user. Make sure to check it has been deleted by using "net user" and it will show the accounts. PS This wasn't written by me. I'm just sharing it. All due credit goes to the original poster.
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