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    Interesting topic. Ive been looking for a software that is able to connect to a win* PC lately. Looks like I wanted to some serious hacking here, right? Partially.
    Main point is to be able to (secretly) monitor a network of PCs with different operating systems.

    This is what I throw in: Does such software exist? To get that straight: I do not mean to secretly install the software as well - it should be possible to completely remote control the PC that the software connects with. Let me throw this in: Does such software exist for OpenSuse? Recommendations, opinions and concerns are welcome.
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    It does. But your intentions are suspicious to me.

    TheMask wrote:

    >
    > Interesting topic. I´ve been looking for a software that is able to
    > connect to a win* PC lately. Looks like I wanted to some serious

    hacking
    > here, right? Partially. Main point is to be able to (secretly)

    monitor a
    > network of PCs with different operating systems.
    >
    > This is what I throw in: Does such software exist? To get that
    > straight: I do not mean to secretly install the software as well -

    it
    > should be possible to completely remote control the PC that the

    software
    > connects with. Let me throw this in: Does such software exist for
    > OpenSuse? *Recommendations, opinions and concerns are welcome.*
    >
    >



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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMask View Post
    Recommendations, opinions and concerns are welcome.
    I recommend reading 202a StGB, 202b StGB and maybe also 303a StGB.

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    * Akoellh wrote, On 09/29/2009 03:56 PM:
    > TheMask;2045524 Wrote:
    >> *Recommendations, opinions and concerns are welcome.*

    > I recommend reading 202a StGB.


    Which is an interesting read if one is into poor legislation, but the question is, is he in Germany? :-)

    Uwe

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    No, the real question is "Is it prudent to give people any advise on conducting illegal actions"?

    And _NO_ it is not poor legislation what is prohibited in 202a StGB and 202b StGB, this is not the so called "Hackerparagraph" (that's 202c).

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    Lets make this:

    No, the real question is "Is it prudent to give people any advise on conducting _clearly_ immoral and potentially illegal actions"?


    But if you want another question:

    Do you know a country where everybody is allowed to spy on other people's data without their knowledge?

    If so, tell him to move there. :-)

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    Thanks for your reply. I admit that my discription was not very well chosen. "Forensic" in title doesnt contribute to show my intention in a better light either.
    In other words: The reason Im looking for such software is to be able to remotely shut down computers from a small house network that we set up here, being able to completely administrate those through our network. Of course users of those PCs will (and should) have the right to agree to the software installation as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by tmillic View Post
    It does. But your intentions are suspicious to me.

    TheMask wrote:

    >
    > Interesting topic. I´ve been looking for a software that is able to
    > connect to a win* PC lately. Looks like I wanted to some serious

    hacking
    > here, right? Partially. Main point is to be able to (secretly)

    monitor a
    > network of PCs with different operating systems.
    >
    > This is what I throw in: Does such software exist? To get that
    > straight: I do not mean to secretly install the software as well -

    it
    > should be possible to completely remote control the PC that the

    software
    > connects with. Let me throw this in: Does such software exist for
    > OpenSuse? *Recommendations, opinions and concerns are welcome.*
    >
    >
    I respect your concerns. Even with the most reasonable arguing, anyone reading this would still be suspicious. Over here where I am right now, laws exist to prohibid intrusion of foreign PCs and protect data. All I can tell you is that we are very aware of those laws and the software is not meant to be used for a unethical purpose. Every software out there has two sides - you can use it either for good or for bad. We chose the first and thats possible is asking for the name of the software. If you dont trust me, so be it - I cant change your minds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMask View Post
    The reason Im looking for such software is to be able to remotely shut down computers from a small house network that we set up here, being able to completely administrate those through our network.
    And why do you need any "forensic" software for that?

    *NIX-type "target" OS => Use ssh (and/or vnc/rdp)

    Windows-type "target OS" => use RDP

    I'm quite sure you would not even have to install third party stuff to get that running (on *NIX for sure).

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    * Akoellh wrote, On 09/29/2009 04:36 PM:
    > No, the real question is "Is it prudent to give people any advise on
    > conducting illegal actions"?


    But it may be legal where he lives.

    > And _NO_ it is not poor legislation what is prohibited in 202a StGB
    > and 202b StGB, this is not the so called "Hackerparagraph" (that's
    > 202*c*).


    Ah, sorry, I got these confused!

    Uwe

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMask View Post
    ...All I can tell you is that we are very aware of those laws and the software is not meant to be used for a unethical purpose...
    You probably shouldn't have asked for software that would allow you to (secretly) monitor a network of PCs with different operating systems then...



    Seriously - there are other forums for that sort of thing (and personally I'd trust most of them as far as I could throw them). Why bring it here?

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