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« on: March 31, 2007, 04:16:52 PM »
DOS means "Disk Operating System", not "INSTANT FREAKING ACCESS TO EVERY COMPUTER ON MY NETWORK!"

DOS was an interface made by Microsoft simply for computer input. A way to interact. A platform for applications to run on.

DOS was not invented to "hack" anything.

"OH MAN! CHECK THIS OUT! I can actually see all the users here! Access denied?"
Well what the heck did you expect? Of course it's denied. Windows is not going to let you access C:\Documents and settings\ any time soon. Stop trying!

"HA! \\mshome\ ? That was it? Hey, look at all those computers... I wonder what I can do..."
Absolutely nothing. No way, no how. Unless someone put a good sharing folder up on one of those, you can't do anything. Nada. And to add a sharing folder, you need an administrator username and password. (which you probably don't have, since you are trying to hack in the first place)

"NET commands... hey, it says 'accounts'"
Yeah, but I bet you can't do anything with it! PWND!


Face it, DOS can't do what you want it to.

If you want to see sparkly things in DOS, then type the following

C:
C:\
cd C:\
cd Windows
find "stingvariable" Zapotec.bmp /i /v

(press CTRL+C to stop it)

Without Administration rights, Windows and DOS NT_AUTHORITY Domain controllers will stop you
« Last Edit: August 01, 2013, 03:27:01 AM by Calum »