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Re: Terminal Server brute force
From: "Deus, Attonbitus" <Thor () HammerofGod com>
Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2002 17:24:13 -0800

At 01:00 PM 11/27/2002, visigoth wrote:
On Tue, Nov 26, 2002 at 08:48:40PM -0800, Robert E. Lee wrote:
> TSGrinder is still not listed as available.  Does anyone know when it
> might become available?
>
> robert

Never, as near as I can tell.  It was initially slated for release at the
2001 BH/DC, then the 2002, and now I get no messages back from thor...  The
recent stability of rdesktop TS client for linux makes me consider beginning
the process of creating one...  I think I'll take a look this weekend and see
how tough it looks.  This is a tool that would be really nice to have..

Sorry- I try to return all email I get- sometimes I just don't get to.

TSGrinderII will indeed be released- I have a kludge copy running now, but I must get some binary editing of an undocumented .dll done before I can give it to the community. TSGrinder (I) went through several design changes, and I eventually scrapped it once I found out some cool stuff we could do with the rclient package MS released (Thanks to Mark Burnett) .

A grinder for Linux already exists, but I'm not sure if the guys who did it have released it. I'll check with them and find out. To be honest, I have just not had the time to give to the project- damn bills keep piling up and for some reason these people expect me to pay them ;)))

I'll get off my butt and get the material together for the guy doing the binary work for me- It should not be too long now that I've got a bit of time available now.

Thanks!!!

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