Aladino details

  • Description

    from the doc: 'Aladino Server 0.6 & Aladino Client 0.41 (c) 2001 Topo[LB] & Ethdra Aladino is a client/server application that allows remote machine controlling and runs on any Windows version (w95,w98,wMe,NT y 2000). The Aladino server is a 38KB executable file which after executing, copies itself to the Windows' system directory and adds a registry entry to guarantee its execution for the next time the computer is switched on (logged on in NT or 2000). It opens de 5005 TCP port for listening to client connections. The client-server communication is cyphered with the XTEA algorithm and a random 64 bits password that changes on each connection. At the beginning of each connection, the client validates the identification with which both client and server will authenticate each other, and establishes the password that will be used to cypher the connection. The server provides 4 functionalities implemented as separated processes: * BOUNCER: multiuser bouncer service that listens to in a certain port and redirects the connection to the specified destination host and port. This is done transparently so that there is no validation of the identification or connection cypher. * TELNET SERVER: multiuser shell service that listens to in a certain port and opens a shell redirected to that port. * MINI FTP: file transfer multiuser service that allows sending and receiving binary files from or to the machine. * KEYLOGGER: process that logs keystrokes in the remote machine to the specified file. Also, there are other 14 additional functions witch are listed below: * Message sending as a popup window * Machine rebooting * Logon session closing * General system info requesting * Remote screen capturing * BMP viewing * Process listing * Process killing * Extern program executing * Keystroke pushing * Visible window list * Registry entry deleting * Registry entry restoring * Aladino server death If the server is run with "actualize" parameter will be a delay of 20 secs after wich aladino will force its copy to the system directory (overwritting an old version) and start offering the services normally. This function has been included for making easier the remote server update, the only thing that is had to be done is to upload by FTP the new version of the aladino server, run it with the "actualize" parameter and send the order of death to the actual server. After 30 secs, the new server will overwrite the old one and the update will be complete. The client is like a text-mode shell. It has different parameters for each service of the server it wants to connect to: usage: aclient [/ntsh

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