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How to SETUP work from different computers

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by MasterP, Jun 3, 2009.

  1. MasterP

    MasterP Newbie

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    I'm assuming many members here are working from different locations, and sometimes on different computers:
    I.E - Home desktop, Laptop at home, Laptop Away from home, Public computers etc...

    Now I also have a lot of tools installed, as well as work projects directories on my computer (websites, articles, scripts etc.)

    How do you setup the workspace to be able to share all files, while not jeopardizing your security. What is the best way to do this?
     
  2. blackhit

    blackhit Super Moderator Staff Member Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I'm using a couple of NAS devices (Network Attached Storage)
    connected to a wireless AP/router.

    These are hard-drives running in a Linux system.

    These can be used from any comp at my house.

    The devices can be accessed outside my home through FTP.
    I can open selected ports for this and of course everything
    is password protected.
     
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  3. keinehabe

    keinehabe Supreme Member

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    if you are using an windows computer and home desktop computer which you are using like base , you can use teamview , to connect remotely from everywhere , password protected ofcourse and everything works just fine ... I saw few days ago on local store one flash stick of 64GB .... it's also far away more than you need for keeping handy files with you :) ...
     
  4. MasterP

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    Awesome, thanks for the replies, I'm thinking the Flash device might be a good solution, and backing it up once a in a while.
     
  5. Knoxgates

    Knoxgates Supreme Member

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    If you are using Windows XP then try remote desktop built in tool.