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Re: RDP sniffing
From: "Fran Lopez" <recompilando () gmail com>
Date: Thu, 27 Dec 2007 11:28:13 +0100

Hi Stewart!

I need to find evidence that it's unsafe to allocate a client in an
untrusted network with only RDP to protect connections between client
and server and find the way to exploit this.

I can't manage or trust if the electronic equipment are cisco switches
or hubs so I think in the worst scheme.

Kind regards.
Fran Lopez.

2007/12/27, Stewart Gray <security () frozenpea net>:
Short of using a spanned (or mirrored) switchport, no it's not possible. A
lot of cisco switches support the technology.

You can also buy ethernet taps but the expense can not usually be justified
if your intention is just to play around with this stuff.


On Dec 27, 2007 1:06 AM, Fran Lopez <recompilando () gmail com> wrote:
Is possible sniffing RDP in a switched LAN?

Is possible capturing passwords?
Is possible "saving a video" about the user tasks?

Thanks in advance.
Fran Lopez.

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