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Using teamviewer for outsourcing

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by dishnetboi, Mar 10, 2010.

  1. dishnetboi

    dishnetboi Power Member

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    In the past I have had employees lie to me about working. So I have resorted to using teamviewer.

    The thing is I want to set teamviewer so that it will connect to my employees at the time they start working every day, is it possible to set that up?


    As well as any other suggestions?
     
  2. Hellfire

    Hellfire Regular Member

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    You could, if you talk about it with your workes, install a trojan so you can log in and out whenever you want to. Although, teachers here have a remote looking(?) software so they can see the student's computers on their own, I'll see if I can find out what it's called.
     
  3. spamgic

    spamgic Junior Member

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    try tight vnc
     
  4. PinkThong

    PinkThong Newbie

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    This is what we use and it works quite well. There's a 30 day trial.

    ***.radmin.c0m
     
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  5. jonny110

    jonny110 Regular Member Premium Member

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    can you install this without users permission? silent install? not that i would ever DREAM of doing such a thing
     
  6. PinkThong

    PinkThong Newbie

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    Not sure about that, I've not tried it. I'll chat to my network guru and see if he has a suggestion. I'll pm you if it can work.
     
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    I believe i have tried it like 7 years ago and yeah.. it works if i'm not wrong..
     
  8. lincolnave

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    This is very good, what I do is pay my team by the piece, not by the hour. This makes it easier to track, no problems with black outs, slowing down their machine.