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Using Cain to sniff RDP/Remote Desktop/Terminal Server traffic via "Man in the Middle" (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Using Cain to sniff RDP/Remote Desktop/Terminal Server traffic via "Man in the Middle"
 

In this video I'll be showing how Cain can pull off a "Man in the Middle" attack against the Remote Desktop Protocol. While RDP versions 6.0 and later are less susceptible to these attacks because of the verification schemes added, there is still a risk since so many users just click yes to all warning messages. Before you continue watch my previous video Using Cain to do a "Man in the Middle" attack by ARP poisoning.


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