Telnet Hacking

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Introduction: Telnet Hacking

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TelnetHello everyone,today I'm Gonna Teach you how to Hack computers with Telnet

Note:this is for educational purposes Only

WARNING:I am not responsible for anything that might happen to you if you try to hack any computer

Step 1: Telnet?

Telnet (teletype network) is a network protocol used on the Internet or local area networks to provide a bidirectional interactive communications facility. Typically, telnet provides access to a command-line interface on a remote host via a virtual terminal connection which consists of an 8-bit byte oriented data connection over the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP). User data is interspersed in-band with TELNET control information.

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Step 2: Telnet on Vista

**Note:If You're using windows Vista then you need to do the following to enable telnet on your computer.(vista only)

start > control panel > programmes and features > turn windows features on or off > Tick "telnet client" and "Telnet server".

Step 3: Start Telnet

Right Click on "My computer" > Manage > Services And Application > Services > Telnet
then goto startup type and select Automatic then click start > OK.

Step 4: Using Telnet

Start > run type "CMD" And hit enter ,A Black Box Should Appear.type Telnet [ip adress] [port] then hit enter.

Example:Telnet 192.168.X.X 23

Voala ! you're in the System

You can type commands like tasklist and taskkill to show what the person on the computer is doing ,you can also make a new user and make this user an adminstrator so you can have FULL ACCESS to all the data on the computer

WARNING:BE CAREFUL you can go to jail for this

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    wait? wha? 1. Why would you want to run a telnet server on your machine? 2. Why would you want to connect to yourself via telnet? 3. Why would you use windows? 4. ..... sigh......

    Why would you use a mac? It's an ugly underpowered box with a screen. Like my tv!

    Why would you view this if you're a mac user?

    I have a Macbook Air 2013 model with 128 gigabytes of RAM installed; I also have a 256 gigabyte SSD and a 15" custom OLED screen. Furthermore, I (when at home) have several terabytes worth of storage connected via FireWire. I use Ubuntu mainly on my UltraPC / Desktop (I won't even bother boring you with its specifications, l.o.l) but I got my Mac just for one purpose : to use iMovie software. I have several Windows machines and several Ubuntu laptops that run off of my home server (with ANOTHER 6 terabytes of storage) that supports all of my machines and uses the same user account whilst being in a friendly format native to the OS on each.

    Lol, basically what I am trying to point out is : NOT EVERY COMPUTER IS THAT SH**TY Pumpkin$!!!!!

    That's really funny that you have a MacBook air with 128gigs of ram....... Because that's not possible. 128 gigs of ram is not only impossible due to the memory controller on those MacBook air's, but if it were possible it would be incredibly stupid. You wouldn't need 128 gigs of ram on the best gaming computer you could imagine. More ram does not equal more performance unless your regular application load exceeds your current amount of ram. So unless you plan on running a million instances of Microsoft word, or you have a server (Don't even try to say that you have a server running on your MacBook air because why would anyone run a server on osx ever) having more than 16 gigs of ram is pretty much a waste of money. So basically what I'm trying to say is that you don't know what you're talking about. At all.

    Yeah I saw the 128 gigs of ram and thought "Well here start the lies..."

    Personally, I hate macs. Thats just cause I'm used to windows. That doesn't mean you should want to destroy macs. They are nice for someone who wants to learn how to compute. More advanced users who like programming, DOS, or other things would like windows. I actually like the mac's appearance, but how the computer serves you is what matters

    Or maybe he uses linux? and no macs are not all that bad i do like pc's better but macs are still great for most users.

    1.to access another computer 2.im not connecting to "myself",im connetcting to anther computer 3.windows is the BEST 4. .....

    Won't this only work if there is another computer running telnet? and no computers run telnet anymore because it is such an insecure protocol. And i can see elwillow's point. linux is much more of a flexible operating system so it is primarily the operating system used by those who want to get the most out of their operating system (like those who get unauthorized access to computers). Windows is best for those users who want to rely on the GUI, but for those who want to dig into their operating system, Linux is the best.