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Hijack a Computer! (4Nubs)

.. with the owner’s permission of course. Yes, it’s possible. And without fancy firewall configs too!

TeamViewer!

You don’t even have to install it! Click the Start Full Version - It’s Free! button and when you’re prompted, choose "Run" instead of "Install".

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(Choosing "Run")

Both you and your partner need TeamViewer in order for you to hijack their computer.

You’ll both get a screen that looks like this:

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The to-be-hijacked computer should tell the hijacker the ID and Password that shows up on their screen.

The hijacker enters in the username and password, and bam. You’ve just hijacked their computer!

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You can use their computer just as if you were sitting right beside them.

If you’re wondering, the wallpaper I’m using is from InterfaceLIFT.com.

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Same place as last time..

This morning, the mailman drove his mailtruck onto our street as he usually did. But once he came, the pouring rain suddenly stopped. And yes, it was pouring like crazy.

He stepped out, put our mail in, and drove on to the next house. And he kept going until he met all the houses’ mailboxes

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And when he left.. the rain came back. Lol

-Roger

6 CommentsAdd one

miisty
Tue, 15 Dec 2009 08:25:58 GMT

awwwwwwww i see the driveway!! it’s been 4 months since i’ve seen the driveway!!

ps. omgosh, i suck at typing numbers :(

anonymous
Tue, 15 Dec 2009 01:21:05 GMT

That’s remote desktop as XP

roger
Mon, 14 Dec 2009 03:07:40 GMT

Okay. I added that.

It works great in FireFox and Chrome. But it looks awful in internet explorer...

I'M PRACTICAL :3 and a kiwi.
Mon, 14 Dec 2009 01:31:31 GMT

hmm..
well some sites have like, a pop up music player thingie?

like, just in case they don’t have a song you have on your site on their itunes, they can pop up your music player, and listen to it like a playlist on youtube or something :D

roger
Sat, 12 Dec 2009 20:03:31 GMT

I don’t think that’s practical ._.

Most blogs and websites (YouTube included) have their songs stop when you go to another page.

If you can find me an example of a site that keeps their song playing, I’d be happy to copy their method.

potette
Sat, 12 Dec 2009 18:52:43 GMT

hey roger heres a suggestion for your sight, can you make your music player keep playing if i click on a link or something?

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