Dark Modders Facebook Freezer

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  1. ashking08

    ashking08 Newbie

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    Dark Modders Facebook Freezer


    Made by Kink

    It does basically what it says. Just put the victims email in.

    [​IMG]

    Credits go to Kink of Dark Modders but i think he most probably is using someone else's source...

    Ashking08~

    Download: facebook freezer.rar - 1.07 Mb
     
  2. Ibdc

    Ibdc Retired Retired

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    This section isn't for posting programs, unless you made them, in which case you should include source code.
     
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  3. xKNiiVES

    xKNiiVES Enthusiast

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    What does this freeze? Their computer? Their Webbrowser?

    or by "freeze" do you mean ban?

    By the way, how did you get that Form border using Dotnetbar?
     
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    ashking08

    ashking08 Newbie

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    it blocks there account from logging into facebook. and im not quite sure bout the toolbar cause i didnt make it sorry
     
  5. SSM

    SSM Enthusiast

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    Right under public class form1 add
    Code:
    Inherits devcomponents.dotnetbar.office2007form
     
  6. iSyn

    iSyn Getting There

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    DLing, let you know if it's clean.

    [​IMG]
     
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  7. A Roadkill Baby

    A Roadkill Baby Enthusiast

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    Thanks man, doesn't look too clean...
     
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  8. xKNiiVES

    xKNiiVES Enthusiast

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    scan on virustotal

    doesnt work
     
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  9. sgt frankieboy

    sgt frankieboy Enthusiast

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    1. Add DotNetBar to you reference
    2. Press the 'show all Files' button
    3. open form1 in the treeview
    4. open form1.designer.vb
    5. change "inherits System.Windows.Forms.Form" To "Inherits devcomponents.dotnetbar.Office2007Form"

    :thumbup::thumbup:
     
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  10. SSM

    SSM Enthusiast

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    It's easier just to add it as a reference then instead of loading the designer code, just put it right under public class form1.
    I though he was smart enough to know to add dotnetbar to his project first :/
     
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  11. Haxalot88

    Haxalot88 VIP VIP

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    The program is packed with something else. There's no COM (.net) entry in the executable, yet it's supposed to act like a managed executable.
     
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  12. xKNiiVES

    xKNiiVES Enthusiast

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    I added it where you told me i was supposed to and it didn't work.
     
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  13. SSM

    SSM Enthusiast

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    Well then, I have no idea, it's very easy to do.
     
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  14. Th0ughts

    Th0ughts Newbie

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    I've got source to a facebook freezer. PM me for it. I'll hand it over for free.

    EDIT Vb.net

    I really don't understand these though, for all of these freezers, all they do is login until the exceeded amount is up. All a user has to do is request pass via email, and it's unlocked.
     
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  15. xKNiiVES

    xKNiiVES Enthusiast

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    thanks :biggrin:
     
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  16. Tyz512

    Tyz512 Enthusiast

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    o god im a noob to dotnetbar but i did this time and time again and in the designer the form looks like that but when i debug/build it its the default form =/
     
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  17. sgt frankieboy

    sgt frankieboy Enthusiast

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    Oke What OS are you using Xp, Vista, windows 7

    If you using windows 7 Right click on the Desktop then Click the Bottom one a screen will pop un With Themes Then Choose from the Bottom list "Windows 7 Basic" Next to Windows Classic And you will see dotnetbar

    I don't how to do it if you have Xp, Vista or something

    But Atleast I know That I don't Have any difficultys when I was using Xp so

    I hope This Helped :thumbup:
     
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  18. Tyz512

    Tyz512 Enthusiast

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    vista, im hopefully upgrading to 7 soon haha
     
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