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school,teacher, hacking problem

Discussion in 'Ethical hacking' started by stonnedchicken, Jan 29, 2008.

  1. stonnedchicken

    stonnedchicken New Member

    hey guy i am new here in i just wanted to say i need help my teacher takes control of my computer with this program call netsupport school bios and was wondering if anybody knows how to stop her and some hacks for it another thing i read in a recent forum somobody knows how to turn other peoples comp with command prompt at school can anybody tell me how any help would be appreciated thx and looking forward to your help
  2. wasup274

    wasup274 New Member

    my school has this too. i dont think u can stop it because while it is going on you cant open any applications. the only thing i can think of is disconect from the network. the program will not see you and not take control.
  3. phoenix910

    phoenix910 New Member

    Actually, there is a portable program called AS3 Firewall which you can use (with you're own rule set) to block whatever port this program connects to you on. Do a bit of research and find out the connection port, and if you can't find AS3 or figure out how to make it portable (i.e. run it off flash drive), let me know.

  4. SpOonWiZaRd

    SpOonWiZaRd Know what you can do.

    To find the open port on your computer use the netstat -a command in CMD or COMMAND prompt. Look for any suspicius ports open and close it with you firewall. Get a good IDS (Intrusion detection system) like HoneyBot, that might work. Go to ur startup folder and look for a batch file that execute when windows start, if there is one, find out what it does by opening it in notepad and if its harmful then delete it. Maybe there is a trojan on your computer that opened a backdoor for her.
  5. neo_vi

    neo_vi New Member

    u can easily shutdown other's PC in XP by using a simple command "shutdown" use it in cmd and get cleared.

    Or els if u hav admin access try out using softwares like Remote Desktop...
  6. SpOonWiZaRd

    SpOonWiZaRd Know what you can do.

    To use remote shudown on a remote target computer the command is "shutdown -r" to restart or "shutdown -s" to shutdown, but you need to get into the remote comuters CLI, or use a tool to do that and if its not a server you will need admin rights to do so. You will be noticed when using remote desktop.
  7. neo_vi

    neo_vi New Member

    Then suggest ur answer..
  8. neo_vi

    neo_vi New Member

    I suggested that thing cos, usually many administrators wont be always sitting in the server. If he/she is not there, u can use it....!?
  9. rick22

    rick22 New Member

    i dont really have a clue about it....,,,,
  10. AnonymousHacker

    AnonymousHacker New Member

    Ye, the sollution is to push 'Sleep' on your keyboard then 'Wake' or 'Awake' and this should bring you back to your original screen, or as others have said disconnnect your network cable and reconnect it this should also work.
  11. Zanewr

    Zanewr New Member

    my teacher here does the same thing is there anyway to stop her?
  12. r1ck0557

    r1ck0557 New Member

    Those answers are so lame, N00Bs. First of all Netsupport runs in the background as a required processing thread. If you try to take the network cable on and off like, or use the sleep button, you might as well use the fireax outside in the hallway to kill the process thread in your computer. The DOS CLI should be deabled by the admin at configuration time. That can get you passed a couple of things but not to the point of owning the network or just your own computer. I have had the screen flippers and other such exploits which lead to the downfall of the student that tries to outsmart the network admin.

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