|written by Ponche on Dec 03, 2007 12:09|
|Hmm... Are you sure this isn't a double-blind experiment, where the real goal is to see how many people will be willing to run a random executable off the internet, with the word 'logger' in its title? : P|
Really though, is there any source code available for this mystery logger that presumeably scans all our files and creates some sort of log about them? More details would be welcomed. : )
|written by Chad on Dec 04, 2007 01:39|
|Oh sure! I'll run it!|
|written by Zjc92 on Dec 04, 2007 01:58|
|Suspicous cat is suspicous.|
|written by Apage43 on Dec 04, 2007 03:01|
|Ran it in Sandboxie, didn't seem to do anything evil, so I'm dispatching you my log.txt.|
|Heh, yeah I've run lots of programs from Ponche in the past, so I wouldn't really be worried. I just wasn't sure how long it would take to scan. Does it check the size of all files on the hard drive? Across different partitions? What kind of output does the log contain? I'm just curious about having some more details before running something that might take a while to perform its task.|
|written by Ponche on Dec 04, 2007 10:51|
|The app just scan over all logical partitions, and write the size of each file into the log. |
Nothing really evil .
I know it seems suspicious at first, sorry. I forgot to put the source into my flash memory yesterday, but i'll upload it tomorrow. Here is the Linux version if any of you have it installed in your computer and make extensive use of it, because i need heterogeneus data, so if you don't use it to much then it will be (probably) in a very similar state than when you first installed the system.
Here is the source code, just compile it and run:
Cryo: it should take 1 or 2 minutes more or less.
|Actually, it look about 1 or 2 seconds, more or less. : )|
|This application failed to start because the application configuration is incorrect. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem.|
|written by Ponche on Dec 04, 2007 13:35|
| if you get any errors, don't bother and forget about this.|