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Posted on 16-08-07 08:21
Can you? ^

Sorry. its my first post. I don't know any other ways to ask. I tried putty. Didn't get it.
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Posted on 16-08-07 08:24
Well, its your second post Pfft
And what do you mean by "Remotely access others computers"? remote desktop connection, or Telnet, or what?


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Posted on 16-08-07 08:38
Sorry for being so blunt. I honestly wasn't expecting anyone to respond.

I played around with telnet, but I heard from a few sources it was outdated and wasn't worth learning about.

I mean where you can see, install, delete, copy, edit, yadah yadah yadah to their files.

Not directly looking at their files like desktop view, like cross loop, but in a text format. Or desktop.

So I just want to be able to see their files or something of that sort. I wouldn't be hacking computers illegally, just my own computers for practice.

I don't care which program I use.

I hope thats good info. I'm pretty much a novice hacker. Maybe I'm not ready for this?

Thanks in advanced!
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Posted on 16-08-07 08:40
Yes, you may use TELNET, or FTP..
Those maybe useful Smile

http://en.wikiped. . .l_Services
http://en.wikiped. . .iki/Telnet
http://en.wikiped. . .g/wiki/Ftp


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Posted on 16-08-07 08:47
Ok. Next question:

Does the victim have to be connected to the internet?

And will these connect to real, live computers? Not just port 80 for http and stuff, but a PC or laptop?

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And what if their computer is Pass protected? Do regular brute forcers like Brutus work?

Next edit:

Sorry. Possibly my last question:

Is it possible to run programs from a host computer to a remotely accessed computer?

Like a ddoss? You slave several computers, then make them all send packets of information to a victim computer?

^^Or is this a ddos?

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Posted on 16-08-07 12:22
I recommend looking into a vnc program like tight vnc (http://www.tightvnc.com/). It comes with a thin client and server version, which means it runs from a single .exe and doesn't require you to install anything. This will allow you to take graphic control of a computer running the server side of the program.


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Posted on 16-08-07 12:29
Blunger1 wrote:
Ok. Next question:

Does the victim have to be connected to the internet? If you want to access them through the internet then yes, you could do it over a lan alternatively

And will these connect to real, live computers? Not just port 80 for http and stuff, but a PC or laptop? a real live comp but not just port 80Q do it through telnet or something

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And what if their computer is Pass protected? Do regular brute forcers like Brutus work?
depends entirely on the situation, if they have a ftp running and a pass on that then yes
Next edit:

Sorry. Possibly my last question:

Is it possible to run programs from a host computer to a remotely accessed computer? yes its possible

Like a ddoss? You slave several computers, then make them all send packets of information to a victim computer?

^^Or is this a ddos?
that is called a botnet, they sell for quite a bit of money and are used for sending spam out or DDoS attacks, the slaves usualy have no idea that there comp is being used for this,



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Posted on 16-08-07 15:51
you're giving him ports and services, but no way to exploit them.
do you honestly think you're going to somehow magically gain access to a box by just knowing a port is open?

look, OP, the short answer to your question is YES, it is possible, but it's NOT as easy as using one program. you need to LEARN how networking works. read up on protocols, read up on their corresponding services, read up on the OS you want to exploit, read up on the architecture of the computer that you want to exploit, read up on common exploits and how they work, and THEN begin an attack.

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Posted on 16-08-07 16:32
lesserlightsofheaven wrote:
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why are all of you so fucking stupid?
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you're giving him ports and services, but no way to exploit them.
do you honestly think you're going to somehow magically gain access to a box by just knowing a port is open?

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you fucking charlatans. this is why I seriously start to hate this site.
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look, OP, the short answer to your question is YES, it is possible, but it's NOT as easy as using one program. you need to LEARN how networking works. read up on protocols, read up on their corresponding services, read up on the OS you want to exploit, read up on the architecture of the computer that you want to exploit, and when you can honestly say you know all that, then find an exploit in one of the boxes on that network and proceed to own.

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or, just go to fucking milw0rm. it's probably all you'll be good for.

P.S: If you can't use putty, fuck you. seriously.
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You know, those tags really make your post a lot better. Sure, the guy's a noob and obviously doesn't know what he's doing or anything about _____ (fill-in-the-blank). That being said, the information you gave around your insults was good enough to get him started.

As for your personal inclinations, what you do or don't like, or do think, is probably something that no one cares about. So, lighten up.

EDIT: BTW, the original question included nothing about exploits... it merely asked if you could remotely access computers. So, technically, the previous information given in this thread was on the right track, but not complete enough to be of any real use. Pfft




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Posted on 16-08-07 16:41
lesserlightsofheaven wrote:
<!--why are all of you so fucking stupid?-->

you're giving him ports and services, but no way to exploit them.
do you honestly think you're going to somehow magically gain access to a box by just knowing a port is open?

First: don't flame without a reason.
In order to know how to exploit something, you've to know how it works first!

<!--you fucking charlatans-->. this is why I seriously start to hate this site.

look, OP, the short answer to your question is YES, it is possible, but it's NOT as easy as using one program. you need to LEARN how networking works.



read up on protocols, read up on their corresponding services, read up on the OS you want to exploit, read up on the architecture of the computer that you want to exploit, and when you can honestly say you know all that, then find an exploit in one of the boxes on that network and proceed to own.

Didn't we say that?!

<!--or, just go to fucking milw0rm. it's probably all you'll be good for.-->
//P.S: If you can't use putty, fuck you. seriously.

/*^^ hacking flogs!*/...


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Posted on 16-08-07 16:48
Lesserlightsofheaven has a point. Even if he is fucking swearing while posting fucking information to fucking noobs like you he fucking has a fucking point.

Get it? Read his post, do as he says, otherwise you'll never learn.



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Posted on 16-08-07 17:03
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Lesserlightsofheaven has a point. Even if he is fucking swearing while posting fucking information to fucking noobs like you he fucking has a fucking point.

Get it? Read his post, do as he says, otherwise you'll never learn.


sorry. I only said "fucking" three times, but I suppose it was noticeable.

@zephyr and mido:
this is how I help "hackers", by giving them the real world right from the beginning instead of feeding them half-truths and false hope. yes, it's probably too harsh. yes, it's being all inclusive rather then only targeting the people that deserve it. but it works. if he really wants to break into computers, the wikipedia pages to three arbitrary services is not going to help him. reading books about his target OS deep into the night will.

to honor zephyr's point, I will remove anything in the original post that was personal opinion/flame.
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Posted on 16-08-07 21:22
Sorry. I had to sleep Pfft.

Ok. Thanks everyone! Even the flamers. I don't care. Its criticism. I've been flamed many times before (not here Smile )

I'll try everything you said. Hopefully I'll figure it out. If not, I'll start smaller.

Thanks again, all.
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Posted on 26-08-07 17:45
Blunger1 wrote:
Sorry for being so blunt. I honestly wasn't expecting anyone to respond.

I played around with telnet, but I heard from a few sources it was outdated and wasn't worth learning about.

I mean where you can see, install, delete, copy, edit, yadah yadah yadah to their files.

Not directly looking at their files like desktop view, like cross loop, but in a text format. Or desktop.

So I just want to be able to see their files or something of that sort. I wouldn't be hacking computers illegally, just my own computers for practice.

I don't care which program I use.

I hope thats good info. I'm pretty much a novice hacker. Maybe I'm not ready for this?

Thanks in advanced!


Telnet is very useful! Where did u here thatQ?


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Posted on 26-08-07 17:50
mate.... before you can pick a box at random and break into it you have a LOOOOT of reading to do Wink


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Posted on 26-08-07 18:05
how can blunger only have a postcount of 1? lol

yeah, you can remotely access computers, but if you want to do it illegitimately (without permission) from the other computer, you are going to have to do some more research. Perhaps the easiest way is to just bind a remote desktop connection server/trojan to a 'safe' program and send it to them, hoping that they run it Smile
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Posted on 26-08-07 18:19
Absolutely, getting in is one thing. Not getting caught is another.
Your ISP keeps logs and they love to stick it to "those evil hackers".
Especially if it makes them look good.

I don't know who told you that telnet is outdated and not worth learning about, but they are clueless.

I realize that the vast majority of XP machines have telnet shut off but
in the corporate world, I can't begin to describe how many places it's available.

For example:

There are certain big businesses using a pc5250 telnet emulator to
interface their windows clients to a certain IBM OS, which manages
their finances and customer data. Every XP box in the domain has
telnet running, not to mention a few other of my favorite services...

Telnet is anything but useless.

Anyway, your question is very broad and thus leaves many facets to discuss. Start by understanding how networking functions.


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Posted on 26-08-07 19:09
it is a bit broad its just liek asking somone how do i hack? ( god that question really bugs me lol )


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Posted on 26-08-07 20:00
Must KNOWS to be a good Hacker:

- Computer Operating Systems & Vulnerabilities:
http://en.wikiped. . .ing_system

- Computer Systems Architecture & Implementation:
http://en.wikiped. . .chitecture
http://www.intel.. . .r/manuals/

- Networking & Networking Protocols:
http://en.wikiped. . .er_network
http://en.wikiped. . ._protocols

- Programming & Scripting Languages:
I recommend: x86 Assm, C/C++, PERL, PHP, Javascript, and HTML.

- Reverse Engineering:
http://en.wikiped. . .ngineering

- Malware Engineering: Virii, Worms, Adware, Trojans/RATs
http://en.wikiped. . .ki/Malware

- Computer Incident Handling:
http://labmice.te. . .sponse.htm

- Forensics and Criminology:
http://en.wikiped. . ._forensics

- IDS Evasion:
http://en.wikiped. . .techniques

- IPS Evasion:
http://en.wikiped. . .ion_system

- Social Engineering:
http://en.wikiped. . .ecurity%29

- Hardware Interfacing & Control:
http://www.learn-. . .

+ LOT OF PRACTICE!









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ahh good old wikipedia


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