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#1 Nuno Brito

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Posted 19 July 2007 - 03:27 PM

There a few scripts which could be added but are still not working.. :)

Anyone has some time to jump in and help? :)

Attached File  adaware.script   2.2MB   451 downloads

Adaware - added all file dependencies and option to update from the internet, but still refuses to work - been following the advise from d4vros: http://www.boot-land...hp?showtopic=74 and still gives the same error.. :yahoo:

The script needs to be debugged - included also the application data files inside the script.




Attached File  ccleaner.script   763.04KB   324 downloads

Ccleaner - it's the portable version - works ok on installed windows, but isn't working under PE.. :)


Attached File  SystemTracker.script   285.17KB   217 downloads

A small app I've stumbled - also not working.. :)


Attached File  gmer.script   655.64KB   295 downloads

Gmer is a root kit revealer - sounds a good app, but is not yet working as well.. http://www.gmer.net/index.php


Attached File  tightvnc.script   813.64KB   701 downloads
Missing the feature to write password and autostart.


Wasn't planning on leaving so many scripts half-finished, but I won't also be having so much time for them all, so if anyone wishes to help coding them I would really appreciate.

Everyone is invited.. :)

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Posted 01 August 2007 - 10:07 AM

Here is the second atempt for TightVNC

Attached File  TightVNC.Script   817.21KB   308 downloads

I have identified some issues...

1. Autorun starts before PENetwork has finished loading... :)

2. On the fly changing of passwords and settings doesn't work (Apperantly the registry key writen to and the key read from is different :) )

3. VNCpwDump doesn't work on all passwords (eg "Viewer" -> 38,4B,AA,65,F2 should be 38,4B,AA,65,7F,02,54,22). This appears when there is a zero in the encoded password.. :yahoo:


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#3 MedEvil

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Posted 01 August 2007 - 05:16 PM

Nuno turned his PM off, since he's on vacation from today on.

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Posted 07 October 2007 - 12:23 PM

There a few scripts which could be added but are still not working.. :cheers:

Adaware - added all file dependencies and option to update from the internet, but still refuses to work

Ccleaner - it's the portable version - works ok on installed windows, but isn't working under PE.. :cheers:

Gmer is a root kit revealer - not yet working as well..


I'm new to this scripting stuff, but I have found the following work in Bart PE Builder CDR boot (based on XP SP2) but not Vista-based WinPE 2.0, and wonder if there's anything in common...

HD Tune (www.hdtune.com)

WinDirStat

Agent Ransack

The file/folder browse/select functionality of nu2menu

...where the first three fail in the same way, i.e. by silently doing nothing.

On AdAware; is that version 2007?

On rootkit detectors; those that work by testing "live" behavior are unlikely to be useful when used from a non-HD-booted mOS, unless you are attempting to detect a rootkit built into the mOS.

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Posted 07 October 2007 - 08:41 PM

using gmer is a pe environment is pointless :cheers: at least if you don't get your PE rootkit-ed :cheers:
I think ultra vnc is better than tightvnc
perhaps my comments are a bit helpless, sorry :cheers:

#6 Nuno Brito

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Posted 07 October 2007 - 08:52 PM

using gmer is a pe environment is pointless :cheers: at least if you don't get your PE rootkit-ed :cheers:
I think ultra vnc is better than tightvnc
perhaps my comments are a bit helpless, sorry :cheers:


Well.. time was short to finish those scripts.

Sherpya - I have a request for you (if possible).

Would you be available to test cygwin under PE environment?

The idea was to skip the explorer shell altogether and use some other desktop manager like gnome for example.

Look here: http://cygnome.sourceforge.net/

I know this version is old and there is native ms windows kde4 coming up - but yet - there's that feeling that this could be a good thing.

What do you think? :cheers:

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Posted 08 October 2007 - 05:08 AM

There a few scripts which could be added but are still not working.. :cheers:

Adaware - added all file dependencies and option to update from the internet, but still refuses to work



I have working Ad-Aware script. Attached File  Ad_Aware.zip   1.07KB   214 downloads
Only two application files are needed: Ad-Aware.exe and Defs.ref.

The trick to make it going to update is FBWF.Script.
Ad-Aware needs to write in his folder a new definition file.

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Posted 08 October 2007 - 06:56 AM

The idea was to skip the explorer shell altogether and use some other desktop manager like gnome for example.

Talking about alternative shells (rather off topic):
I'm thinking about Virtual PC with a "saved" VM as a shell :cheers:
So, it's gonna be like that:
- PE starts and loads drivers
- User configurates network
- Virtual PC starts in full screen mode and restores saved VM (fully functional XP or whatever you saved) :cheers:
:cheers:
Alexei

#9 Nuno Brito

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Posted 08 October 2007 - 12:07 PM

Talking about alternative shells (rather off topic):
I'm thinking about Virtual PC with a "saved" VM as a shell :cheers:
So, it's gonna be like that:
- PE starts and loads drivers
- User configurates network
- Virtual PC starts in full screen mode and restores saved VM (fully functional XP or whatever you saved) :cheers:
:cheers:
Alexei


This would likely make a new interesting topic - why don't you post this idea to start a new discussion?

Would only avoid virtual pc to use qemu instead or even vmware player - but would it be worth to run an emulator in fullscreen? :cheers:

Maybe sanbarrow can let us know how performance either good or bad when this concept is applied on real hardware.

:cheers:




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