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Question how to use ADC port as key

Discussion in '8bit Microcontrollers' started by tom, Jul 8, 2003.

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  1. tom

    tom Guest

    Hi there , hope somebody can help me on this .

    I just recently open my television and fixed the stuck key .I check
    the circuit and find out all key tight to one input of an CPU with different
    resister to Gnd . My question is how the software work for this kind of
    keys ,do it have a table or a special technique to scan the keys
  2. Tim H.

    Tim H. Guest

  3. happyhobit

    happyhobit Guest

    Also Known As: Trojan.Happy99, I-Worm.Happy, W32.Ska, Happy00
    Type: Worm
    Infection Length: 10,000 Bytes
    Systems Affected: Windows 3.x, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me
    Systems Not Affected: Macintosh, UNIX, Linux
    CVE References: CVE-1999-0668

    It seems that Win 2K is not affected. It's also not not affected.

    My NAV didn't complain so I must be safe.

  4. Tim H.

    Tim H. Guest

    I bet if you were to download and try to run the happy99.exe attachment, NAV
    would complain. As it stands right now, it's still encoded. Just an FYI,
    you're using 6.0.2600 -- the latest version is 6.0.2800.1106 I believe.

  5. happyhobit

    happyhobit Guest

    I bet if you were to download and try to run the happy99.exe attachment,

    No, I'm using 'Norton AntiVirus' Version 8.07.17C

  6. Tim H.

    Tim H. Guest

    Sorry about that. It's been a while since I've dealt with Happy99 and forgot
    that it doesn't rely on the ubiquitous i-frame exploit. When I was down with
    the first message, I caught my error and re-type the message. The FYI above
    was leftovers...meant to refer to Outlook Express' version.

  7. That Trojan came before Win 2k, try it out and you'll see that it is
    compatible. Win 2k is another version of windoze NT.
  8. happyhobit

    happyhobit Guest

    O.K. Michel, I'm trying to figure this out.

    Tim H. says that the post from 'tom' is infected with a 'Happy 99' virus. I
    read the same post but my NAV didn't see it.


  9. happyhobit

    happyhobit Guest

    What attachment?

    Thanks Tim.

    Sorry about all this. I was just trying to find out what was happening.

    I've been using an anti-virus program since a run-in with the 'Israeli Virus
    ' 20 years ago.

  10. Tim H.

    Tim H. Guest

    The very first post Tom (the OP) made had happy99.exe attached to it. Like I
    said, your ISP might block attachments and/or viruses so that's probably why
    you're not seeing it.

    That's the way happy99 works. It infects the winsock files to send a copy of
    itself out whenever an email/newsgroup posting is sent.

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