.: Screen Spy 1.0 :.
Released 22 years, 5 months ago. Feb 1999By Kogosoft
- Coded by: Kogosoft
- Version: Screen Spy 1.0
- Released date: Feb 1999, 22 years, 5 months ago.
- Coded in: Visual C
- Family: Screen Spy
- Category: Information Stealer
size: 287.744 bytes port: 80 TCP remote and silently installation server icon is visible on the taskbar
1. What the program does. ======================== SCREENSPY lets you get a screen shot of a remote computer running Windows 95/98/NT via any web browser through the Internet. The remote computer has to run NOT behind the firewall. SCREENSPY is an ideal lightweight solution for technical support and assistance over the Internet. 3. Installation. =============== No installation is required. Just copy the program: scrnspy.exe to a directory on the remote computer's hard drive. 4. Running the program. ======================= Use Windows Explorer, File Manager or Start/Run menu to launch scrnspy.exe from the directory where it was copied during the installaion. ScreenSpy accepts 2 command-line arguments: /port [port number] - specifies the port on which ScreenSpy is listening to browser's request. if this parameter is not specified it defaults to 80 - standard HTTP port. In this case the URL of the ScreenSpy is: --/URL REDACTED BY SUB7CREW.ORG FOR YOUR SAFETY\-- computer name or ip address] If port number is different from 80 the URL is: --/URL REDACTED BY SUB7CREW.ORG FOR YOUR SAFETY\-- computer name or ip address]:[port number] /quality [1-100] - specifies the quality of the screen shot. Hihger quality images take longer time to transfer. In the unregistered version of ScreenSpy this option is disabled with quality defaulted to 10 which still displays legible screens. In the registered version the default value for quality is 50 which is a good compromise between speed and quality. When the program is running a blue computer monitor icon is displayed on the taskbar. Right mouse click on the icon brings a pop-up menu which lets the user terminate the program.
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