Saturday, 6 February 2010

How to log into anyones computer from any where

Imagine how great it would be if you could log into a friends computer and leave small bread crumbs to freak them out... letting them know that someone has accessed their computer without them knowing but they will have no idea who it was! Trust me, its a lot of fun. haha

Examples of what could be done:

- if they are logged onto aim or any other instant messaging client with an away message up... you can change their away message to something funny for all of their friends to see."

- fill their whole desktop with blank icons."

- leave them messages in notepad documents that you have saved to their desktop."


NOTE: This might not work if they have a firewall set up. Chances are if they are connected through a hardwire, you'll be able to get it, its those damn wireless users who are safe from people like us! haha that is of course only if their wireless is secured. Most people don't secure their wireless networks so if you are in range and can connect to the persons network, you CAN do it to them. :D

Another NOTE: Do this at your own risk. I am not responsible for any problems this may cause. ( I suggest you only do it to friends or family as a prank.

Step 1: The setup

Ok so I'm assuming you want to try this out since you've decided to check out step one... :)

First what you need to do is set up the victims computer (don't worry its simple). If they are using windows XP what you need to do is go to "My Computer" (which will be in the start menu) and right click it. Select "Properties" and then select the "Remote" tab. Once you're there check the check box that says "Allow users to connect remotely to this computer". Click "Apply" then click "Ok" and you're done! Theres just one more step you've got to do and that is get the IP address... ill show you how to do that in the next step. (its easy too)

Step 2: Getting the IP...

Getting their IP address is easy. Just go to the start menu and select "Run". then type in "CMD" and press enter. That will open up the terminal window. Once that opens type "ipconfig /all" (just like how i put it there). That command will bring up a bunch of numbers, you only need the IP address. (example of what an IP address looks like: When you find it, write it down. You'll need it to access their computer when you get home, or wherever you're going to go to do it.

note: mine is blacked out in the screen shot because i don't want anyone knowing my IP. :D

You also need to get their username and password (if they have one)... and write it down. (make up some reason for them to give you their password but don't make it obvious that you're going to do bad things with it

Step 3: Now... doing the dirty work.

Once you have their IP address and a username and password for the computer, and they're written down, you can go home (or wherever you want to do this from) and to access their computer you simply go to Start > All programs > Accessories > Communications > Remote Desktop Connection...

A window will pop up. Similar to the windows 2000 logon screen. It will ask you to enter a computer. For this you will type in the IP address for the computer you wish to access. Then click "Connect".

Then you will be asked to enter a username and password. Enter them...(the ones you got from your friends computer, not your own).

and boom! you're done!!

I hope you like it. Please pass the comment.

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