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Posted on 01-11-06 16:23
hey hbh members i have a problem. My schools it lab has a programme called Syncroneyes 6.0 it allows the person monitering the it lab to see what whe aredoing while we are on the computers. it actually takes screenshots of the screen (or live feed) id like to know if theres a way to spoof it so they dont see what im doing?


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Posted on 01-11-06 16:32
Don't do anything illegal in school Grin

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Posted on 01-11-06 16:38
well its cuz i cant do anything with otu them watching illegal our not. lol


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Posted on 01-11-06 16:51
maybe you can kill the process?


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Posted on 01-11-06 16:54
spyware wrote:
maybe you can kill the process?


Or the admin? :evil:


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Posted on 01-11-06 16:57
Comparing my solution to yours I feel I rather replied to impulsive, your answer is way better.


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Posted on 01-11-06 17:33
Haha thanks GrinGrinGrin


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Posted on 01-11-06 20:20
if i could i would but since id rather not go to jail for 1st degree murder i think not and no theres no prosesuss showing up on that.


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Posted on 01-11-06 20:21
if i could i would but since id rather not go to jail for 1st degree murder i think not and no theres no prosesuss showing up on that.


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Posted on 01-11-06 21:15
no process? If that program is running, then it's visible somewhere. Maybe not in the task manager 'processes', but rest assured, it's there. Try searching for the file, and then deleting it maybe. Well, I guess you need to be an admin for that. Maybe overload the program by doing a bunch of things at once?


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Posted on 01-11-06 21:20
hehe the computers are too slow to do two many things at once an yah im sure its there somewhere but where?


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Posted on 01-11-06 22:54
search for it..its most likely under program files though...and like he said, unless your schools admin is retarded, you wont be able to delete it..


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Posted on 01-11-06 23:25
yah he aint retarded, hes pretty damn good at what he does, like hes managed to like fix avery hole iv found in out network before iv said anything about it, like i know thye monitor what we do but wow thats still pretty good
ill keep looking, illl post with wat it ends up with


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Posted on 02-11-06 00:37
Ponguile wrote:
search for it..its most likely under program files though...and like he said, unless your schools admin is retarded, you wont be able to delete it..



However, you CAN rename it to .txt even IF you are limited user. That will disable it LOL. Its the same with most decent viruses. prevent them from being able to execute, you cant be infected Wink


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Posted on 02-11-06 00:54
holy shit hes right... BC DOES IT AGAIN Shock loll smart one i knew that about viruses but never thought to apply it to a program like tht Shock hehe i no ill get in trouble but itas still funSmile


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Posted on 02-11-06 01:12
Go to task manager, kill Watchdog.exe

Go to program files, rename to *.txt

When you are done, rename it back so theres no suspicion.

start the process back up as you leave.


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Posted on 02-11-06 01:32
holy shit hes right... BC DOES IT AGAIN Shock loll smart one i knew that about viruses but never thought to apply it to a program like tht Shock hehe i no ill get in trouble but itas still funSmile


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Posted on 02-11-06 02:48
very nice...I'd never have thought to rename it. Props for that Wink


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Posted on 02-11-06 06:58
Na, Its only my experience in dropper Trojans and other nasties that don't kill easy through task manager. Its a habit now of renaming to txt, then killing its process. Its my first instinct on any 'plaguing' program that I don't want. My school used to use watch dog also, although, I used to go ahead and del it. I didn't really care what they said. eventually they ran out of serials and switched to a better one. I still use my same tactic to disable it.

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