How to bind a software to a picture?

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I have a software. I want to make it like it will be shown as a .jpeg, jpg or gif file. If anyone open it, he/she will only watch the image but the software also will be opened. After a huge Google searching, I found nothing. How to bind a software to a picture ?

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Answered By 10 points N/A #167427

How to bind a software to a picture?

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Hi Kelly Abbrahamson,

It is possible to create software and make it look like picture. This type of object is commonly used to transfer viruses to other systems or to infiltrate into Personal Computers. There are many open source software available in the website that can be used to bind a picture with code. One such site is www.downloadsoftscom.com.

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How to bind a software to a picture?

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Hi Kelly Abbrahamson,

I believe I will be able to help you solve this issue. It is actually possible, but what you need to know about binding software to pictures is that you need to ensure that the file extensions are known and also change the status of the hidden files.

Ensure all the file extensions can be seen.

Create a new folder and name it server.exe.

Rename the server.exe to any file that you want. Under prompt from windows on whether you really want to change, click 'Yes'.

You can then create a shortcut of the picture you want to rename in the same folder.

Go to properties to do changes. Delete all the text in the field "START IN" and leave it empty.

On the field "TARGET" you need to write a path to open the other file (the server renamed picture.jpeg) so u will write this: C:WINDOWSsystem32cmd.exe /c picture.jpeg

So what you’re doing is when someone clicks on me.jpeg, a cmd will execute the other file picture.jpeg and the server will run.

On that file me.jpeg (shortcut), go to properties and you have an option to change the icon. click that and a new window will pop up and you will need to write this: %SystemRoot%system32SHELL32.dll . Then press OK.

You can set the properties 'HIDDEN' for the first file (picture.jpeg) if you think it’s better to get a connection from elsewhere.

I hope this solves your query

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