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A screen dumping problem ..

Posted on 1999-07-25
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2013-12-23
Suppose someone has logged on to a m/c. He is accessing the
net. How can I have a dump of his/her screen ? Have I to
know his/her m/c no. or whatever .... please suggest.
Question by:Knowledge_Group
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Author Comment

ID: 1583918
Please, answer my question as early as possible  ...

Expert Comment

ID: 1583919
read man pages for tcpdump

Accepted Solution

parsaali earned 0 total points
ID: 1583920
first  login to the same server and do
$ finger
 see the person userid and check the TTY if there is a   *  you cannot do that. Because user put off accept messages
If is not there than can use
tcpdump  2>/dev/tty #

Author Comment

ID: 1583921
Dear Expert, will u please tell me what kind of o/p should
I get ? If the person accesses the Internet using a browser
in a screen then can I view what he is doing in the screen
from a different m/c using some utility ?

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