This is an Odd one: Anti network viewing

By WileeDarklight
Oct 15, 2007
  1. I guess I need to explain, today my teacher was abusing his network administrator privileges by using some program that allowed him to see what I had on my computer screen, on his computer. He also has the power to stop all of my input like my mouse and almost all of the keyboard shortcuts I know. At first I was impressed by this but then I said to him I'll bet you I can beat it. He laughed and said have fun with that, so here I am. First: I need to know what this program is called, because I'd like to get one for my home network, and Second: is there any software out there that can block him from doing this again? I already know about unplugging the CAT5 network cable, but that screws A LOT OF STUFF up because we run almost everything through the network.
    Oh and don't worry about if I need Admin privileges or not, we figured out how to do that 3 years ago :p
  2. jobeard

    jobeard TS Ambassador Posts: 11,158   +986

    Getting access to the TCP/network traffic is one thing but seeing the screen and
    controlling/watching the mouse is another. Yes there are programs like this but
    the better ones cooperate with the user, not fight or 'spy upon' him/her.

    Techspot does not condon or support these activities while your teacher has the
    need and authority to perform as he/she wishes.
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