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Definitions

  1. Back Orifice (often shortened to BO) is a controversial computer program designed for remote system administration. (Web site)
  2. Back Orifice is a Windows program which allows control of the machine over the network.
  3. Back Orifice (often shortened to BO) is a controversial computer program designed for Back Orifice was designed with a client-server architecture.
  4. Back Orifice, a play on the name of the Microsoft "BackOffice" suite was released on August 3rd by the "Cult Of The Dead Cow" (cDc) hacker group.
  5. Back Orifice is a remote administration system which allows a user to control a Win95 machine over a network using a simple console or GUI application. (Web site)

Backdoor Programs

  1. Most good antivirus programs will detect backdoor programs such as Back Orifice. (Web site)

Firewall

  1. But regardless of which side of the firewall you sit on, you can't afford not to have a copy of Back Orifice.

News

  1. News Anyway you can breach a firewall with Back Orifice and that's very unlikely to be noticed.

Microsoft Windows

  1. Back Orifice is a free remote administration tool for Microsoft Windows.

Machine

  1. Because of its smaller size, Back Orifice can be used to gain some access to a machine.

System

  1. Back Orifice can sniff passwords, record keystrokes, access a desktop's file system and more, while remaining undetected.

Network Security

  1. They only really worry about network security, not host-end security, which is where they are seriously vulnerable to attacks like Back Orifice 2000. (Web site)

August 1998

  1. It was in wide circulation before Back Orifice was released, in August 1998.

Windows Computer

  1. If you are brave, or perhaps foolhardy, you could always try running Back Orifice on your Windows computer. (Web site)

Programs

  1. Such programs have included WinNuke applications and Back Orifice.

Antivirus Programs

  1. Previously, intrusion detection and antivirus programs could detect Back Orifice because it used a default port setting of 31337. (Web site)

Remote Administration

  1. Although Back Orifice has legitimate purposes, such as remote administration, there are other factors that make it suited for less benign business.

Works

  1. It works as a standalone executable, and as plugin for Back Orifice. (Web site)

Client-Server Architecture

  1. Back Orifice was designed with a client-server architecture.

Netbus

  1. Back Orifice and NetBus removal - The site contains various methods to remove NetBus and Back Orifice and informs you about the programs.
  2. Threats to your security on the Internet Information on various NT trojans (Back Orifice, Netbus, etc). (Web site)

Computer

  1. Many computer security experts warn that Back Orifice is a Trojan that will make it easy for strangers to get into your computer. (Web site)

Current Version

  1. Although it has been touted as a "remote administration" tool, the current version of Back Orifice is mostly of more dubious use.

Hacker

  1. Back Orifice allows a hacker to view and modify any files on the hacked computer. (Web site)

Windows Nt

  1. However, Netbus predates Back Orifice by several months and is also capable of working under Windows NT in addition to Windows 95 and 98.
  2. Whereas the original Back Orifice was limited to the Windows 95 and Windows 98 operating systems, BO2k also supports Windows NT, Windows XP and Windows 2000.
  3. It works on Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows NT. It is much better written than the original Back Orifice. (Web site)

Program

  1. Rather, Back Orifice is a program you must install on your system.

System Tray

  1. Anti-BO is a listening device which sits in your system tray awaiting hack attempts from Trojan programs like Back Orifice and Netbus. (Web site)

Cult

  1. Cult of the Dead Cow - News and Crackz from the hackers who brought you Back Orifice. (Web site)
  2. The group, Cult of the Dead Cow, said in a statement that it will release Back Orifice on 1 August at the Def Con hacker convention in Las Vegas.
  3. At this year's conference, on July 9, Sir Dystic says the cult will outdo itself and release Back Orifice 2000. (Web site)

Version

  1. Back Orifice 2000, also known as BO2K, is a new version of BackOrifice.
  2. Back Orifice 2000 is a new version of BackOrifice.Trojan. (Web site)
  3. With great fanfare at a Las Vegas trade show, the hacker group Cult of the Dead Cow will release a new version of its Back Orifice tool. (Web site)

Back Orifice 2000

  1. Back Orifice 2000 (often shortened to BO2k) is a computer program that is similar in function to Back Orifice. (Web site)
  2. Back Orifice 2000 (often shortened to BO2k) is a computer program designed for remote system administration.
  3. The Cult of the Dead Cow said it will release Back Orifice 2000 on 9 July -- at the annual Def Con convention in Las Vegas.

Cdc

  1. Sir Dystic, who has been a member of CULT OF THE DEAD COW (cDc) since May 1997[1], is the author of Back Orifice[2].
  2. By promulgating this through their well-oiled propoganda machine, the cDc succeeded in making Back Orifice the archetype for all such programs.
  3. In 1999, the cDc released a newer version called BO2K - Back Orifice 2000.

Trojan Horse

  1. In a typical attack, the intruder sends the Back Orifice trojan horse to his victim as a program attached to e-mail. (Web site)
  2. AntiGen will detect, clean, and destroy the Back Orifice trojan horse from your computer, automatically.
  3. Back Orifice is not a virus; it can be classified as a Trojan horse.

Attacker

  1. An attacker can even ask the victim to install Back Orifice (social engineering might help); the Worm.ExploreZip worm of this spring did exactly that. (Web site)

Back Orifice

  1. The attacker can then use Back Orifice to install the NetBus server on the target computer.
  2. The backdoor may take the form of an installed program (e.g., Back Orifice) or could be in the form of an existing "legitimate" program, or executable file.
  3. Back Orifice and Back Orifice 2000 are widely regarded as malware, tools intended to be used as a combined rootkit and backdoor.

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