MS DOS 6.00(Sources included)

Category: OS
Year: 1993
Manufacturer: Microsoft
Localization: EN

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#4093[DOS Application] Microsoft - MS DOS 6.00 (Sources included).zip23.4 MB0x189ADDC3

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On Wednesday June 9, 2021 Cholfatyarh said:

@Reziac: You cannot translate these hex values literally to ASCII text. It is an executable file. The hex values decode to "mov ax,4ch ; int 21h". This is just what the filename says: "return 0" (the program is executed and 0 is returned to the command interpreter as a status code, signalling successful execution).

On Sunday September 15, 2019 Edward F Gosser said:

It is Real MS-DOS Source code. Not 6.00 but is 5.00

On Friday August 16, 2019 Reziac said:

BTW is just a 5 byte file, in hex:
b8 00 4c cd 21
that's a header-marker, a space, and the characters L=!
I don't think that can be a virus. I think it's probably a status indicator for the build process.

On Friday August 16, 2019 Reziac said:

This is a repack of the original leaked source (which did not include the 3 install disks).
As I recall from examining it when it first appeared -- it's not actually DOS6 source; it's DOS5 source with some new DOS6 code in progress. (Not that it makes a lot of difference.) Looked to me like someone did a hasty job of zip-and-copy.
Nonetheless, it's interesting stuff. For extra fun, grep for "IBM" and various swear words. :)


On Monday October 29, 2018 floppy said:

seems to be legitimate upon first inspection. looking at some of the assembly files now, this is cool stuff.


On Sunday December 10, 2017 NotARealNickName said:

for the issue with in source\c6ers\tools6\bin, this does not come up as infected on my machine. (Tested with Malwarebytes and Windows Defender)


On Friday November 3, 2017 Yitzy said:

Webroot claims that there is a win32.localinfect.0 virus in the file source/c6ers/tools6/bin/return​
Is this just a false positive?