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Re: RDP sniffing
From: krymson () gmail com
Date: 27 Dec 2007 22:19:16 -0000
I spent about an hour searching, but surprisingly have come up with very little. Over the years, MS must have done a
decent job making sure RDP sessions are not only encrypted, but the session keys exchanged securely.
Still, I was able to find this hardware solution. While it might not impact any risk assessment in regards to your
normal attackers sniffing the network, it might indicate that this is still possible somehow.
If I couldn't get the client wrapped into ipsec or some other VPN, I could live with an RDP-only connection from client
to the server in question. That's my own risk assessment, though, without any knowledge on how valuable or important
your connection is... There are certainly worse ways to achieve remote connections.
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Is possible sniffing RDP in a switched LAN?
Is possible capturing passwords?
Is possible "saving a video" about the user tasks?
Thanks in advance.
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RDP sniffing Fran Lopez (Dec 27)
RE: RDP sniffing Ian Smith (Dec 28)
Re: Re: RDP sniffing kurt . kessler (Dec 28)
Re: RDP sniffing krymson (Dec 28)
RE: RDP sniffing krymson (Dec 31)
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