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kloop 10Dec2008 02:28

How do I get into a computer on a Network
 
Help me please!

I'm on a network and I think the main networked pc is, lets just say doing bad, I wanna use the network to look at files on that pc, how can I do this. The main pc is out of my easy reach, can't get on it by hand, also don't wanna use email as that can be tracked, any help would be great.

Thanks.

neo_vi 10Dec2008 11:29

Re: How do I get into a computer on a Network
 
there are lots and lots of threads demonstrating this. pls have a look at all the content with patience.

kloop 10Dec2008 22:30

Re: How do I get into a computer on a Network
 
I have looked but can't work out which is right for me.

neo_vi 11Dec2008 20:37

Re: How do I get into a computer on a Network
 
k. give some more details about ur network
is it wired or wireless?
connected via LAN or thro internet?
Is it protected by a firewall?
Does ur PC has any features restricted ?
Do u have admin rights on ur PC and over the network?

kloop 12Dec2008 00:38

Re: How do I get into a computer on a Network
 
wireless
connected via LAN
protected by a firewall i think, but may not be
Does ur PC has any features restricted, no dont think so
admin rights on ur PC and over the network, yes.

neo_vi 12Dec2008 16:29

Re: How do I get into a computer on a Network
 
In wireless u have a lot of options. Use a wireless password cracker to capture the packets. Then u can decode the password.

thanhtan 12Dec2008 17:22

Re: How do I get into a computer on a Network
 
There are different networking protocols in LAN technologies. One of them is the famous TCP/IP which runs the Internet. I'm not familar with MyBook technology, but I'm guessing they use the protocol (the Windows File Sharing stuff) that can work without TCP/IP.

But it seems silly to not support TCP/IP. If you have a router your that Ubuntu and the MyBook are plugged into, you can try looking there for any "DHCP leases" it's handed out. Alternatively try browsing the PUBLIC folder and then running the Terminal command "netstat". There be a lot, but any open TCP/IP connections will be listed at the top if you scroll up.

Finally, while I've never paid attention to MyBook before, there seems to be a sizable modding community and wiki. Of course all the documentation assumes you know the IP address.


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