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Re: Windows Independant GUI
From: "Marios A. Spinthiras" <mario () netway com cy>
Date: Tue, 05 Sep 2006 13:01:42 +0300

Remote Desktop Connection spawns another "virutal desktop" under the account credentials you specify. This is unlike VNC which simply connects to the active display of the user currently logged on. If VNC is running as a system service it still means that you will be connecting to the Administrator account. If the station is locked (ALT CTRL DEL) then you will be looking at the same screen that the user looks at when he looks at the monitor of the workstation. Disregarding that simply for aesthetic purposes , what you need is a RDP like connection.

Regards,
Mario A. Spinthiras

One2 () onetwo com wrote:
Hey All,

After compromising Windows workstations I am able to gain a remote GUI via either Terminal Services, VNC, GetScreen, 
etc.

However, this remote access gives me access to the user's GUI, which limits me to using the GUI when they seem to have 
left for lunch. ;o)

Does anyone know of any way that I can gain an independant GUI so that I can use and install GUI software to continue 
the attack, without having to worry about whether the user is using their GUI?

All ideas are welcome.

Thanks,
One2


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