Wow... 2 big threads already in the wee hours lol... Anyway, here's my accomplishment...
Ive created both Windows Executables for those USB and Wifi users for the IrShell's new ability to view files from a PC hard disk.
In the attactment there is the:
- No need for any Dynamic Linked Libraries (DLL's)
- Auto-Root Set
- Hidden Window
- New EXE Icon
- Renameable EXE
All you do is double click on the one you wish to use (usb for usb, net for wifi) and your set. You now have a hidden window, running in the backround that works perfectly fine.
"But but but... if there is NO window, then I cant exit out of it... waaaaah'"...
Well, I KNOW FOR A FACT someone will ask this... What is going on when running htis is a process... A process that is rooting, hiding the window, and running the executable. If you know your Task Manager, you'll see that you can view ALL the processes going on on your system...
To exit the program, you must:
- CTRL+ALT+DELETE (Must have admin privelages?)
- Click on the 'Processes' Tab
- Search through the list for either: 'usbhostsf.exe' if you ran the USB executable. If you ran the net host executable, look for the 'nethostsf.exe' process.
- Once located in the list, click it once
- Then click the 'End Process' button
- It should say some junk about you should know what your doing and with me :icon_smil ... you do:humped:
- Now, the program has ended and will need to be ran again if IrShell's feature is to be used.
This doesnt install the USB Drivers, make sure you have those instaleld first...
Since this program DOES open up a port on your computer (7513 TCP) some 'not so recent or smart' anti-virus detection systems WILL mistake it as a trojan/backdoor. McAfee has been testing and WORKING with this without the deletion of because a virus. Any other anti-virus programs may not be so smart to realize most REAL backdoors and trojans open up ports way up in the 60,000+ ports. SInce 7513 isnt anywhere near it, McAfee simply accepts it as a friendly communications port.
So if you detect this as a trojan/backdoor, make sure you know that its your anti-virus's lack of trojan/backdoor port opening knowledge. To work around this, simply disable your anti-virus, then run this app, then re-enable your anti-virus.