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Back orifice client and server
Name: Back orifice client and server
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Back Orifice (often shortened to BO) is a computer program designed for remote system administration. It enables a user to control a computer running the Microsoft Windows operating system from a remote location. The name is a play on words on Microsoft BackOffice Server software. Back Orifice was designed with a client–server architecture. Back Orifice is a tool consisting of two main pieces, a client application and a server application. The client application, running on one machine, can be used to. The Back Orifice Server Contains the Following Functionality HTTP server Upload and download files on any port using a www client such as Netscape.
Aliases: Back Orifice, BO, CDC-BO, BOSERVE, BOCLIENT, Orifice, Hacktool, in MS-DOS mode) and delete the BO server from Windows system directory. 5 Apr Back Orifice Protocols/Services: The Back Orifice Trojan uses encrypted UDP packets for server/client communications. The packet format is. Back Orifice leaves evidence of its existence and can be detected and removed. All communications between backdoor client and the server use the User.
1 Apr Back Orifice XP is a network remote administration tool, gives control of the system, The BOXP Client. The BOXP Server configuration tool. 29 Sep The client, residing on another machine anywhere on the Internet, can Q: Back Orifice can't do anything until the server portion is installed on. 15 Mar Back Orifice comprises two modules, one server module and one client module. The client module is used to control the server module running. BO2K is a refinement of an earlier program with a similar name. BO2K takes the form of a client/server application that remotely controls an information. Back Orifice was designed with a client-server architecture. A small and unobtrusive server program is installed on one machine, which is remotely manipulated.
Full description: Once installed, Back Orifice listens at a port. The attacker can use either a GUI or a text-based client to control the remote Back Orifice server. The Back Orifice server has to be willingly accepted and run by its host before it can be used. Are any other IRC clients vulnerable to Back Orifice?. BO or Back Orifice is a trojan/backdoor that runs on Win32 operating systems. It is the "server" part of the trojan that might be summoned by clients from a. Back Orifice was designed with a client–server architecture. A small and unobtrusive server program is installed on one machine, which is remotely manipulated.