How to gain access on a Windows computer via Wireless

Posted: 06/26/2011 in Hacking
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In this tutorial we will use the NetBIOS to gain access to the PC of our victim that uses the same wireless connection. NetBIOS stands for “Network Basic Input Output System” .

So let’s get started:

First, we have to gain access to the same wireless connection. I will post a tutorial on how to crack WEP wireless connections on a Backtrack in some days…

Next, download and install “Angry IP Scanner” from here….

Now that we got access to the same wireless connection and have installed the Angry IP Scanner we have to get the IP of our victim.

To scan the wireless for the IPs open the Angry IP Scanner and click on the Start Button (The Scanner will include your IP Address automatically….)

1)Click on Yes or OK on wichever popup window comes to your screen.

2)If it asks you to enter a port enter the port 139

3)Click on Scan and when its done it will show you the IPs that are connected at the same wireless… Select your victim and open a command prompt…

Once you open the CMD type:

# nbstat -a TARGETIPADDRESS

Next type (Command Prompt again….):

# net view \\TARGETIPADDRESS

Then, you can see all the printers and hard disks that you can use to gain access to the PC.

Now, to gain access to the PC type on the CMD:

# G:\\TARGETIPADDRESS\DRIVENAME

Instead of the “G” you can enter whichever letter of a Hard Disk is Available (G, C, D, E etc…), the IP address and a Drive name (ex. Shared Docs….)

Finally, go to “My Computer” and you will see a new Hard Disk! It’s the disk of the other PC you just hacked!!! 😉

 

 

>>akatzbreaker<<

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