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Unmanarc Remote Control Server 2.13
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URCS is a remote control tool with a Windows based client and Linux based server. The tool provides a shell to the user and can be configured from an HTTP URL. The tool also support scripting language for customizable actions. URCS 2.13 Current features: - Shell based control, Shell/Remote based installation - Reverse proxy system (Avoid NAT/PAT IP Address shortage) - Keep-alive system protection - TCP redirection. (multiple and reverse pipes...) - Secure password interchange: (md5(md5(key)+random_seed)) - Installation over net, (Service, HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, HKEY_CURRENT_USER) - Configuration over URL (Any configuration parameter can be obtained from a URL) - User-groups configurable based system - Scripting language - Server is compatible with wine. Functions: - Network Sockets management functions (net_*) - Proxy/bouncing functions (prx_*) - Registry Manipulation (reg_*) - Console commands - File manipulation commands - Process manipulation commands (ps,kill,killall) - System manipulation commands WARNING: - This tool is unmantained since 2004. - It was developed using Visual Studio 2002, and maybe does not compile with newer compilers. - No binaries are available. - core/proxy servers are unavalable. use yours. CRITICAL WARNING: In 2004 encrypted communications were not the norm. This tool was intended to replace telnet (a non-encrypted communication protocol) by sending line-to-line instead byte-to-byte and reducing 256Kbps communication lag (2004). Therefore, the encryption mechanism was very trivial and easy to eavasdrop, and it's not intended to replace SSL/TLS or SSH protocols. Hereby, I do not recommend to use this tool anymore until TLS/SSL or another well accepted cipher option is implemented. This source code is available only for reference and educational purporses.