Happy October everyone! New month and that means a new episode of Tech Chop! I have a great episode for your this month, and I also have some great news as well regarding the show.
Let’s start with the good news first. I am proud to say that Tech Chop has been accepted into the Tech Podcast Network (TPN). That means wider distribution, and the ability to get sponsors. TPN goes out on my behalf and does sponsorship negotiations so I don’t have to! That means I can concentrate on just making the show better (Because God knows it needs it!)
Anyway, now to discuss the show itself. In this episode I show you how you can perform a dictionary attack on Windows computers listening on port 3389 which as we all know is remote desktop or RDP. Sounds pretty cool right? Check it out!
Links to the commands and software used, as well as how to install ncrack on Ubuntu can be found in the show notes here: (TechChop.com)
What did you think about using ncrack to hack Windows remote desktop? Like it, hate it? Know of a better tool? Let us know in the comments.