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    bruteforce against vnc...

    I was launching a remote vnc dictionary attack against one of my machine using hydra GTK, but I keep getting connection problem and haven't been successful so far....are there any other tools that support remote vnc dictionarry attack?

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    Depending on the version and type of VNC application you are trying to access, 3 consecutive failed connection attempts will result in a time out and you will have to wait a while while before you can reconnect.
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    I think it usually is 3 by default. There is something out there to bypass needing a password all together... If you are doing this for POC then that doesnt help but if you want it just PM me.

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    POC??? A dictionary attack againt VNC .....
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    POC = point of concept

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    What is a...point of concept? Are you dazzling us with brilliance or baffling us with BS?

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    I believe he is talking about a binder... that is the VNC exploit that most people try to use, just a buffer overflow

    either that or he means proof of concept which is just a flaw tester for VNC... either way

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    POC = point of concept
    Im aware of what it means - Maybe my sarcasim isn't too clear -I was trying to say that a dictionary attck againt VNC is in no way POC.

    If you are doing this for POC then that doesnt help but if you want it just PM me.
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    I was asking if he just needs access to the box via VNC no matter what or if he is doing a dictonary attack just as a POC to maybe test if it is possible to crack his password via a dict. attack.

    Basicially its me asking if he is open to alternative methods of getting into the box or if he needs the dict. attack because he is interested in how it works.

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    I think you need to look up the definition of Proof of Concept before you use the term. A dictionary attack against VNC is not POC.
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