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    i was wondering if anyone knew the any remote control software? I was wondering if u knew where i could find someo of it?

  • #2
    Originally posted by iclmvp03
    i was wondering if anyone knew the any remote control software? I was wondering if u knew where i could find someo of it?
    You need to be more specific. Remote control of what?
    Next, once you are specific, see if google can help out: (assuming computers)
    software to remote control a computer with google.

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    • #3
      hey sorry to bother you again but it is possible for someone install a program through email or someway without them knowing?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by iclmvp03
        hey sorry to bother you again but it is possible for someone install a program through email or someway without them knowing?
        Yep, it happens quite often.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by iclmvp03
          hey sorry to bother you again but it is possible for someone install a program through email or someway without them knowing?
          Is that a question or a statement? I'm so depressed after reading these types of posts.

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          • #6
            if you do manage to find a good remote access program please can you give me the name and link of it as i have been looking for one.!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Archer
              if you do manage to find a good remote access program please can you give me the name and link of it as i have been looking for one.!
              I like openssh:
              Supports SOCKS 4/5 proxy, port redirection/forwarding, and X11 forwarding too for nifty graphics on the rare occasion I need them, encryption, and lets me perform remote admin work just lilke I was on the box in person!

              Of course I am talking *nix systems. Is that what you were asking about?

              Some people like vnc, but since MS has a Built-in remote control solution with Windows XP professional, many people are not buying new remote control apps.

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              • #8
                probably the best one out there would be located at http://www.famatech.com/ it is what they use at MTC where i used to work, and it by passes all firewalls.
                before asking a retarded question, google it. google knows all.

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                • #9
                  He's probably looking for trojans. If so then google will be your best friend like someone said there. Also they need to open the executable, so there's no way without them knowing unless you use some IE exploits and install them secretly from the net, but most are patched.
                  The sum of intelligence in the earth is a constant, the population increases.

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                  • #10
                    if he is looking for trojans the eisiest one to use would probably be sub 7, but all of the network security people know about it so it probably wont get you very far, and spyware and virus scanners all detect it, so i would try using something that either you write yourself and put a some cloning code in there to trick the scanners, or download one that has recently been writtin in that past month or so, i have never been to fond of trojans becuase i cant ever get to them to work correctly or install on the host machine very easily, your best bet would probably be to stick to telnet, or putty(telnet client)
                    before asking a retarded question, google it. google knows all.

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                    • #11
                      This thread will eventually produce Shakespeare.

                      And it's making the baby Jeebus cry.

                      LosT

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by LosT
                        And it's making the baby Jeebus cry.
                        I'm planning to publish a paper soon outlining a phenomenon known in the scientific community as The Mutual Attraction Effect, the basis of which delves into quantum theory. Recently observers have noticed a growing number of cases where one person will make a less than intelligent post on a variety of mediums, most notably internet bulletin boards and within mere hours of the initial posting, others of like mind will flock to the source and begin to post equally inane drivel, in many cases repeating a question which has been answered multiple times already.

                        It is believed that in much the same way that two bodies will exert a gravitational pull on one another, an asinine post on a message board creates a subtle warping effect on all matter, slightly throwing off its natural behavior at a subatomic level which is then picked up by these people and acts as a sort of pull, drawing them to the original post where they can then perpetuate the cycle until the thread is locked, at which point the effect will dissipate and the universe will shift back to its "resting" state. It's still largely theoretical at this point, but as you can see, the facts appear to support this claim.
                        Last edited by xerph; January 8, 2005, 08:50.

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                        • #13
                          Make sure to do a spell check before you publish your papers.
                          The sum of intelligence in the earth is a constant, the population increases.

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                          • #14
                            Good idea. That'll probably get me bonus points, being readable and all.

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