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ethercap and windows login info

Posted on 2012-04-02
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hi experts, please i need your help.

i have used ethercap with different options all works fine,

i have one thing to ask,
i got MAC Address, IP Address, PC NAME for a machine

but what lacking is "WINDOWS LOGIN" info i.e. what is logged in user on this machine (domain account).

please give some idea.
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You can get the logged in details using the command "who"
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thanks legolasthehansy, can you please elaborate more...sample line or any link
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it shows WHO is connected to a Linux

what i request, i got HOST LIST by using Ethercap which is consist of IP and MAC Addresses.

now i can use NMAP to get OS, version etc.

say its a Windows VISTA Machine, Question is how i can come to Know what USER is using this machine.
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