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Teamviewer: Whitlisting Accounts

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by SuperNoobInc, Jan 7, 2012.

  1. SuperNoobInc

    SuperNoobInc Regular Member

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    I have setup a VMworkstation for my VA. I have also setup teamviewer for him to access this workstation - added his teamviewer ID to my whitlelist to prevent any trouble.

    Now my question is.. is there a way to prevent 'outsider (such as my VA)' changing my teamviewer configurations? He can easily remove everyone on the whitelist and let his friends access to.

    If 'outsider' can make changes to my teamviewer configurations, then its kindda pointless to have a whitelist in that case?

    Please advise. Thanks
     
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  2. Evan Foster

    Evan Foster Junior Member

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    NO,


    Does not seem
     
  3. SuperNoobInc

    SuperNoobInc Regular Member

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    I am sorry? Does not seem what?
     
  4. SuperNoobInc

    SuperNoobInc Regular Member

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    Any help with this will be appreciated.
    Thanks
     
  5. SeRf*X

    SeRf*X Registered Member

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    You can install teamviewer host only, not the normal full version which he only can access but no option nor settings to adjust any configuration....hope this helps!
     
  6. SuperNoobInc

    SuperNoobInc Regular Member

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    Oh wow. This is great.
    Is that FREE for personal use or what?
    I visited their site but I am not sure what they meant by

    I think as supporter, they meant my VA's teamviewer license? (that doesnt seem to have anything to do with me)

    Thanks agian
     
  7. SuperNoobInc

    SuperNoobInc Regular Member

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    Sorry for bumping this thread.

    So i finally got a chance to setup a 'teamviewer host' on one of my computer.
    I really dont see the difference between 'tv host' and the regular 'tv'.

    Users who connected thru 'tv host' can still modify my configurations if they want.

    However, I realize that you can implement a password to secure your configurations, so that any changes made will require the user to type the password again.