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Remote Command Executor

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RemCom is RAT [Remote Administration Tool] that lets you execute processes on remote windows systems, copy files, process there output and stream it back. It allows execution of remote shell commands directly with full interactive console.

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  • 1 of 5 2 of 5 3 of 5 4 of 5 5 of 5

    Why is this written in c++?

    Posted 08/31/2015
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    small and efficient and gets the job done.

    Posted 09/16/2012
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    great app - jsut that there no way to pass it a password programmaticly except via cmdLIne (which then appwars in the process list !) - a shame, seems like I can't use this great utility.

    Posted 06/26/2011
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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers, End Users/Desktop, Quality Engineers, System Administrators

User Interface

Project is a remote control application

Programming Language

Assembly, C++

Registered

2006-08-11

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