[Snort-users] What does "VNC active on network" mean
genocide at ...174...
Wed May 9 11:11:11 EDT 2001
On Wed, 9 May 2001, Sid wrote:
> VNC is a tool which lets you export the display of a NT box. Similar to
> exporting X display. This means, prolly, somebody's remotely accessing a NT
> box thru' the VNC utility.
> Correct me if i am wrong.
It's not just NT boxes - this can be on windoz9*, Unix, Freebsd
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