can i start sniffing another pc's packets without a LAN connection , maybe through remote network programs such as "hamachi" ?
P.S. how can i see information which are encrypted (like accounts info , mmpor games actually ) ?
asked 01 May '12, 05:17
No, you can't, unless you're able to use some tricks like ARP cache poisoning which might or might not work on a connection like hamachi.
BTW: Basically, your way of asking your question indicates that you're trying to find ways to spy on other people's data communications (and credentials). Besides being rude it is also illegal in most countries, so you better be VERY careful. Or to say it in other words: stop thinking about it.
answered 01 May '12, 16:35
edited 01 May '12, 16:36
Firstly, if you want to see if she logs in, wipe the auto-fill on the form to sign in to the website, then go back later and type in one of every letter until it tries to guess. I catch people that way all the time for more serious things.
The connections tell you a lot, too, and just because the browser window isn't open doesn't mean the connections don't linger. Running "netstat -a -v" in CMD/terminal/command-prompt will sometimes reveal connections kept alive after being disconnected. Facebook connections are https and almost always have an "f" in the name. Here's an example where I had signed off for an entire day, but the connection still showed: "channel-ecmp-06-f:https CLOSE_WAIT" (I like to sit and watch this kind of thing sometimes)
You can password protect your computer's log folder. Select permissions that allow system access, but not user access without the key. Computers are basically just giant logging/tracking machines. lol
Just my experiences and observations over the years. =)
answered 30 Aug '13, 04:09