Tuesday, 25 March 2014

How to Create autorun file for pendrives or usb drives

Hey Friends, today i am going to teach you "How to create a Autorun.inf file for USB drives or simply CD drives" so that it can execute programs. Programs can be viruses, keyloggers, rats or simply normal services that you want to execute automatically whenever user open his/her pendrive or USB drive. Its the easiest way to spread your programs to schedule, so that they can execute by itself without any user interaction.
Creating a simple or complex autorun file for your pendrive or USB drive.

Note: You can also follow these instructions when making a CD. You just have to burn it on the cd.

create autorun file for Usb drives or pendrives
Creating Autorun.inf file for executing keyloggers or viruses
When you plug a  USB or pen drive in, you might be interested in making a program, or other things happen as soon as you plug in. The way you accomplish this is through the Autorun.inf file. The autorun.inf file is located in the root of the usb drive and tells Windows what to do automatically.

This autorun can be used for good things and also for bad things depending on what you like. I am Destructive Mind, so i use it to run my coded viruses and keyloggers to execute automatically by themselves as soon as user open folder or simply opens pen drive or usb drive.

This tutorial covers:

    Creating a USB Autorun.inf
    Changing label\icon of thumbdrive
    Making a new option appear in the autorun menu
    Making programs automatically run when plugged in

So Read On How to create Autorun.inf file...
Creating a USB Autorun.inf :

To create an autorun file, open Notepad and save ‘autorun.inf’’ (with quotes) and save it to the root of the drive. All it needs to have is in the first line;


Changing label\icon of thumbdrive:

Follow the steps in Creating a USB Autorun.inf. Before you save it, type this in in this order!



And save. Make sure the icon file is in the root of your drive.

Making a new option appear in the autorun menu:

Right, so make your autorun file and type this into Notepad:





Open Program

Save it and exit. Once again, the program has to be in the root. Now, when you plug it in, the option should appear in the menu.
Making programs automatically run when the USB is plugged in:

Follow the same instructions, blah blah blah;





And that’s it for this tutorial! Your Autorun program is ready to execute whatever you want. Here i have written to execute a simple program called programname.exe

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