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Post by cracy987 on Wed Jan 08, 2014 1:19 am
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hello folks,

I have a question about networking i have 3 Pc one is admin and 2 is client please consider A and B client Pc

my questions can control admin pc from B Pc?
and my another question is how can i control Pc A using Pc B Pc A and B both have windows 7 professional install?

i try for backtrack 5 r3 using artimage but i can't control pc a via Pc B please help me on this
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Re: networks hacking

Post by hellow533 on Wed Jan 08, 2014 2:07 am
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cracy987 wrote:hello folks,

I have a question about networking i have 3 Pc one is admin and 2 is client please consider A and B client Pc

my questions can control admin pc from B Pc?
and my another question is how can i control Pc A using Pc B Pc A and B both have windows 7 professional install?

i try for backtrack 5 r3 using artimage but i can't control pc a via Pc B please help me on this

Anything using Metasploit framework should be fine if you know how to use it.

As for your network, can you explain your setup again? In better detail, because I don't think I know what you're talking about. You should be able to see all computers on your network. When you scan for devices in your subnet, anything you can see you can pretty much intercept. If you can see and intercept it, there should be some way to control it (if it's compatible with the software you're using of course).

Another option would be to switch to Kali. From what I here, the Debian based OS and entire setup is a bit easier to understand and use than Ubuntu. I've never tried it because it doesn't offer anything new that I really need.

It might also help to use another metasploit based program if you're having problems with armitage, or just youtube it.
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Re: networks hacking

Post by tgoe on Wed Jan 08, 2014 10:58 pm
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cracy987 wrote:hello folks,

I have a question about networking i have 3 Pc one is admin and 2 is client please consider A and B client Pc

my questions can control admin pc from B Pc?
and my another question is how can i control Pc A using Pc B Pc A and B both have windows 7 professional install?

i try for backtrack 5 r3 using artimage but i can't control pc a via Pc B please help me on this


Your post is almost meaningless. Maybe try Chrome Remote Desktop?
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Re: networks hacking

Post by monstermasher502 on Thu Feb 13, 2014 9:55 am
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I agree, this is pointless. Use remote desktop or something and you can even do it fro your phone, tv, probably even microwave. What are you trying to control. Or are you just moving files around. Backtrack for this, really?
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Re: networks hacking

Post by hellow533 on Sat Feb 15, 2014 4:40 pm
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monstermasher502 wrote:I agree, this is pointless. Use remote desktop or something and you can even do it fro your phone, tv, probably even microwave. What are you trying to control. Or are you just moving files around. Backtrack for this, really?

I think the question was sufficiently answered last month.
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Re: networks hacking

Post by Goatboy on Sun Feb 16, 2014 2:09 pm
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Actually, I don't think it was sufficiently answered even then.

OP does not want to use something like RDP or GoToAssist. He wants to h4x teh b0x3n. I've seen this question asked 100 times before and every time it's the same, especially when backtrack is mentioned. OP wants a point-and-click interface for remotely taking over any computer, and that simply is not going to happen. Even if he does find a vuln in Win7 he can exploit, he still needs to learn how payloads work, and how to use MS in the first place.
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