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This is a VB.Net question but it is still evil. I have made a program with VB.net and what it's supposed to do is: you put in a Computer name for the network and hit "OK" and it's supposed to popup on the computer you specified, and say "There has been an error in the loading of your account. Please re-enter your password." and then they put it in and they hit ok and the password pops back up on your computer. Now you know what their password is. The only thing is, I can't code it right so that it will run through the network, to the name specified, and retururn. Any suggestions?
- S. Tranton

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  • didanididani Member Posts: 99
    : This is a VB.Net question but it is still evil. I have made a program with VB.net and what it's supposed to do is: you put in a Computer name for the network and hit "OK" and it's supposed to popup on the computer you specified, and say "There has been an error in the loading of your account. Please re-enter your password." and then they put it in and they hit ok and the password pops back up on your computer. Now you know what their password is. The only thing is, I can't code it right so that it will run through the network, to the name specified, and retururn. Any suggestions?
    : - S. Tranton
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    To fully be able to help you I must know more 'bout your system. (OS, connection, ports etcetera.)
  • Sid_TrantonSid_Tranton Member Posts: 27
    : : This is a VB.Net question but it is still evil. I have made a program with VB.net and what it's supposed to do is: you put in a Computer name for the network and hit "OK" and it's supposed to popup on the computer you specified, and say "There has been an error in the loading of your account. Please re-enter your password." and then they put it in and they hit ok and the password pops back up on your computer. Now you know what their password is. The only thing is, I can't code it right so that it will run through the network, to the name specified, and retururn. Any suggestions?
    : : - S. Tranton
    : :
    : To fully be able to help you I must know more 'bout your system. (OS, connection, ports etcetera.)
    :
    I run Windows XP on all the computers I have... connection? if you mean internet, I use cable. But if you mean ethernet, i'm not sure... And I don't know what you want to know about my ports, I can't seem to figure out where or how to find out which port to use.

    - S. Tranton

  • didanididani Member Posts: 99
    : : : This is a VB.Net question but it is still evil. I have made a program with VB.net and what it's supposed to do is: you put in a Computer name for the network and hit "OK" and it's supposed to popup on the computer you specified, and say "There has been an error in the loading of your account. Please re-enter your password." and then they put it in and they hit ok and the password pops back up on your computer. Now you know what their password is. The only thing is, I can't code it right so that it will run through the network, to the name specified, and retururn. Any suggestions?
    : : : - S. Tranton
    : : :
    : : To fully be able to help you I must know more 'bout your system. (OS, connection, ports etcetera.)
    : :
    : I run Windows XP on all the computers I have... connection? if you mean internet, I use cable. But if you mean ethernet, i'm not sure... And I don't know what you want to know about my ports, I can't seem to figure out where or how to find out which port to use.
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    : - S. Tranton
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    :
    One can use netstat to know which ports are open, and to determine which ports can be used to code malicious programs. Do you have acces to the computer you'd like to snatch the password of?

    EtHeO out...
  • didanididani Member Posts: 99
    [b][red]This message was edited by Moderator at 2003-9-16 8:10:57[/red][/b][hr]
    : : : This is a VB.Net question but it is still evil. I have made a program with VB.net and what it's supposed to do is: you put in a Computer name for the network and hit "OK" and it's supposed to popup on the computer you specified, and say "There has been an error in the loading of your account. Please re-enter your password." and then they put it in and they hit ok and the password pops back up on your computer. Now you know what their password is. The only thing is, I can't code it right so that it will run through the network, to the name specified, and retururn. Any suggestions?
    : : : - S. Tranton
    : : :
    : : To fully be able to help you I must know more 'bout your system. (OS, connection, ports etcetera.)
    : :
    : I run Windows XP on all the computers I have... connection? if you mean internet, I use cable. But if you mean ethernet, i'm not sure... And I don't know what you want to know about my ports, I can't seem to figure out where or how to find out which port to use.
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    : - S. Tranton
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    Don't you just hate parallel posting? anywayz, if you actually have acces to the computer, download my zipfile: http://www.geocities.com/daanmeijer/passwordretrieving.zip
    it contains the source for such a program, so you can still edit it yourself.

    please subscribe to my free mailinglist about hacking, VB and other evil ideas... privacy guaranteed...

    EtHeo out...
  • Sid_TrantonSid_Tranton Member Posts: 27
    Sorry not to repsond as quickly as I thought I would have. Yes, I have access to the computer with the password on it that I want to snatch. And I'll check the netstat thing and get back to this, and I thanx for the site but I tried the link but it came up and said it was unviewable right now, I'll try again.
    - S. Tranton

  • didanididani Member Posts: 99
    : Sorry not to repsond as quickly as I thought I would have. Yes, I have access to the computer with the password on it that I want to snatch. And I'll check the netstat thing and get back to this, and I thanx for the site but I tried the link but it came up and said it was unviewable right now, I'll try again.
    : - S. Tranton
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    :
    hey man, checked the site, and it worked fine for me...

    EtHeO out...

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