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I tried in the F2, and F12 settings, where can I live boot the USB? It doesn't register any USB. I can only install the kali system as I did, surprising it did install but only partially when I logged on only just yesterday.
I can't install on the XP site the wifi driver. Not sure what is up with the CD drive it was never used, I could install a couple of games like Men in Black ~1997, and Driver ~2000. Strange. I tried another game, but the drive didn't register the CD either.
I guess I could try the live booting on the Dimension 4600 or on the Optiplex 780.
It runs on the Optiplex 780 small form factor, running windows 7. So a dual core system.
It looks quite straight forward. I didn't connect to the wifi network. I'd imagine a web camera hack on a computer on the same network shouldn't be too difficult. I saw the clips via the video site youtube.
I've tried a windows xp web camera exploit. It fails to load.
I did disable the firewall. I tried both windows/meterpreter reverse_tcp both x86 and windows 7 as was listed.
Both payloads work, but they fail to load the exploit list after that so webcam commands for example.
Any thoughts on what could be the problem? I'm using a very cheap web camera with no actual software for it, how ever the tutorial clip I used looked as if a web camera exploit was just a simple printscreen?
Windows xp installed the web camera after I inserted it. I don't know, unless the camera isn't legit. Might be a fake. The light switches on.
It does work. I did try the hack attempt again, this time the error was did find the system, but didn't open a session. Thoughts?
I also used windows xp 5 program for the web camera to work on the computer.
Last edited by kalilinuxlivecd; 11-27-2016 at 03:16 PM.
Reason: Web camera does work + different error now