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#1 Silver Scratch

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Posted 16 April 2012 - 11:29 PM

Hello! I've been wondering if it's possible to make a Cyber Programm. A program that blocks a PC till your client pays. So then you would unlock it. I read the rules, that no one can post a program that blocks a PC. So i'ma try to make it myself. It's to make my mini cyber. Which i have 4 Computers. Well it's kind of hard to explain since i speak mostly spanish. In small words... can Game Maker block a PC and recieve a message (mplay_*) to unlock it's self, or do i need a special DLL? Thanks! If this is the wrong spot to post this topic. Please remove it. Thanks
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#2 Debels

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Posted 16 April 2012 - 11:50 PM

Hello! I've been wondering if it's possible to make a Cyber Programm. A program that blocks a PC till your client pays. So then you would unlock it. I read the rules, that no one can post a program that blocks a PC. So i'ma try to make it myself. It's to make my mini cyber. Which i have 4 Computers. Well it's kind of hard to explain since i speak mostly spanish. In small words... can Game Maker block a PC and recieve a message (mplay_*) to unlock it's self, or do i need a special DLL? Thanks! If this is the wrong spot to post this topic. Please remove it. Thanks

I think your better with a C++ program, i wont respond to the above question since i don't want to get banned or such....
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#3 Furritus

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Posted 16 April 2012 - 11:52 PM

do you mean to say you want a code where you want to register your program?
then it unlocks if you typed in the correct verification code?

otherwise why not just use the standard os lock with a password :P
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#4 Zeddy

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 12:05 AM

What do you mean by "block a PC"?
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#5 Tepi

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 12:21 AM

The forum rules state:

Projects That Are Not Allowed
ANYWHERE on the GMC


Projects or discussions in these categories ARE NOT ALLOWED anywhere on the GMC:

  • Prank programs (harmless or not)
  • Disabling the Start Menu, TaskManager, or CTRL+ALT+DELETE
  • Shells (Sub-OS programs)
  • File management programs
  • Applications that use or access email, chat networks (eg. AIM, MSN, IRC), or forums
  • Removal tools for spyware / viruses / cookies, or pop-up blockers
  • Preventing or forcing Log Off, Shut Down, or Restart
  • Applications that alter the operating system, system files, or registry settings
  • Programs that install software to automatically start for any reason
  • Programs that hide themselves when they run
  • Key loggers, screen loggers, activity monitors, or any other form of surveillance
  • Applications that automatically refresh web pages
...and any other project or topic the staff considers harmful.


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#6 Desert Dog

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 08:55 AM

I'm not sure I understand the question. It sounds suspiciously like it belongs in the novice Q&A. Moar information, plz!!
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#7 Silver Scratch

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 09:30 PM

Oh, sorry for my bad inglish. You've been in a Cyber Cafe? You have to pay to use a computer. Yeah, i want to make a program that does that. Of corse, made with GM
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#8 Desert Dog

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 09:38 PM

Oooooooooh... No can do, I'm afraid.

You were right in your first post, that you can't post programs like that. You also aren't allowed to even discuss them. Please see Tepi's post up above for a refresher on the rules.

No hard feelings. :) G'luck!
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