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Re: Online Control of a Windows 7

Post by -Th3V01d- on Mon Jan 30, 2012 12:57 pm
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wan26 wrote:I remember helping someone using teamviewer, it's a nice alternative if you couldnt get the other methods to work for some reason.


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Re: Online Control of a Windows 7

Post by KthProg on Thu Jan 24, 2013 9:41 pm
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look up ctty command and telnet command.
you can telnet to her pc (might be a different command...cant remember) then you can use the ctty command to transfer control of her PC to you.
i think this might only transfer control of command prompt though, but you could run a script to install vnc on her pc from cmd then connect or you could do what you need to from cmd but good luck with that.

ANOTHER OPTION
use remote desktop connection to connect to her PC via her IP Address
for this she would need to have it enabled on her machine though I believe

VNC is simplest and best bet
noone is too pc illiterate to install a program stop bsing
you're most likely trying to hack something and good luck'

if you just want to put a scare into someone use the msg command to send them a message
in command promt (cmd) -->
>msg 'her username' SERVER/'her IP'
Doesnt always work.
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Re: Online Control of a Windows 7

Post by -Ninjex- on Fri Jan 25, 2013 4:13 am
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KthProg wrote:look up ctty command and telnet command.
you can telnet to her pc (might be a different command...cant remember) then you can use the ctty command to transfer control of her PC to you.
i think this might only transfer control of command prompt though, but you could run a script to install vnc on her pc from cmd then connect or you could do what you need to from cmd but good luck with that.

ANOTHER OPTION
use remote desktop connection to connect to her PC via her IP Address
for this she would need to have it enabled on her machine though I believe

VNC is simplest and best bet
noone is too pc illiterate to install a program stop bsing
you're most likely trying to hack something and good luck'

if you just want to put a scare into someone use the msg command to send them a message
in command promt (cmd) -->
>msg 'her username' SERVER/'her IP'
Doesnt always work.


I personally would go with teamviewer. It allows you to end the connection at any given time. It is also safer then turnng off your firewall / openeing some ports which would allow anyone access to your computer.

As for the scare someone with a message, that will only work on your local network.
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Re: Online Control of a Windows 7

Post by centip3de on Fri Jan 25, 2013 12:24 pm
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KthProg wrote:look up ctty command and telnet command.
you can telnet to her pc (might be a different command...cant remember) then you can use the ctty command to transfer control of her PC to you.
i think this might only transfer control of command prompt though, but you could run a script to install vnc on her pc from cmd then connect or you could do what you need to from cmd but good luck with that.

ANOTHER OPTION
use remote desktop connection to connect to her PC via her IP Address
for this she would need to have it enabled on her machine though I believe

VNC is simplest and best bet
noone is too pc illiterate to install a program stop bsing
you're most likely trying to hack something and good luck'

if you just want to put a scare into someone use the msg command to send them a message
in command promt (cmd) -->
>msg 'her username' SERVER/'her IP'
Doesnt always work.


Telnet is complete crap. It's essentially the old version of SSH. Besides, the newer iterations of Windows (and Linux, I believe) have telnet server turned off by default. I doubt that scare tactic would work, at all. It might make them curious, but I doubt it would make them think they had a virus/malware/spyware.

-Ninjex- wrote:I personally would go with teamviewer. It allows you to end the connection at any given time. It is also safer then turnng off your firewall / openeing some ports which would allow anyone access to your computer.


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Re: Online Control of a Windows 7

Post by -Ninjex- on Fri Jan 25, 2013 12:49 pm
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centip3de wrote:To the both of you: This is a long dead thread. The last comment was over a year ago. Let it die.


Yeah, my post was for KthProg, he seemed a bit lost.

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