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How can you tell if your laptop is being monitored by remote access or spyware?
If it is running slower than usual, usually says if your are being monitored or not. If you think it is spyware, run a full computer scan with something like norton. If you think you are being monitored over a network, check how much data your computer is transferring by using task manager (CTRL+SHIFT+ESC) and clicking on the network tab. If you are not downloading any files or using the internet and the graph shows above 5% for more than a few seconds you might be being monitored
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yes Laptop have monitor but people calling it a display or LCD
There are many advantages of remote email access. The main one is being to retrieve and send emails from anywhere there is an internet connection. This is extremely useful w…hen travelling.
There are several software options that allow for remote access to personal computers, and the best option is dependent on what specific functions or features the user req…uires from the software. Some of the most popular remote access software programs include LogMeIn, Litemanager, Splashtop, GoToMyPC and Symantec pcAnywhere. Many of these programs, including other popular titles, have available both free and paid options.
Lets clear basic doubts first.A remote access to a computer will need authentication of the owner of the computer u want to access remotely to. It is basically controlling oth…er computer via your computer. There are settings in the "Remote" tab under "My Computers, Properties" on both the computers. The computer u want to access remotely to will have an Internet IP address. You have to request the owner for the IP address which can be figured out by logging into www.myipaddress.com. Once you have the IP address you can copy/paste it on your Remotely access screen found under "Start Menu > All Programs > Accessories " So i hope now you know what is the computer you can remotely access, it is nothing but the computer whose owner knows you and trusts you and hence lets you access his computer for any specific work. Hope your question is now resolved. Cheers, Aaditya A. Damani
No, you cant. While laptops often have ways to output video via VGA or S-video ports, they lack a way to input video. Edit- The real answer is "It depends" I can us…e my laptop as a monitor-- It has a HDMI port on it. Actaully, I practice this quite frequently. Laptops with a legacy s-video or a HDMI port have the capability of being used in the manner, but sometimes the hardware doesn't support it. You're on your own for this one.
Please excuse me jumping in and adding to what you've written below. The secret program is based on implantable 'Biomedical Technology', deployed surreptitiously for surveill…ance, torture, and covert behaviour modification activities conducted domestically. RNM is very much 'a reality'. However, obtaining proofs to support the testimonies of 'Targets' on the web - although I do have several, which have taken me a decade to accumulate - is extremely difficult because there are International Intelligence Agency Agreements in place to suppress and deny any information relating to the use of this technology at all. It's categorized as 'Non Lethal Weaponry' and is undoubtedly being used by sanctioning governments around the globe for purposes of surveillance, the suppression of those they deem to be any form of threat by means of torturing them, or, simply just for the purpose of scientific experimentation. It's Fascist activity, highly illegal and offers/represents, via our own government institutions, a far greater threat to our civilian populations than any terrorist threat from the underground rogue organisations we hear so much about. There's also a media blackout in place concerning the covert use of the technology too. I was actually told by Consultants at a hospital in London eight years ago now that I'd had 'Biomedical Implants' inserted into me during an operation I'd undergone historically - which for the record I have had. They explained it must have been done at such a time because I would have to have been placed under a general anaesthetic for such a procedure to be performed. What they told me these were are 'T-27 Biomedical Implants', which I was to learn are implants designed for (Non Human) Free Roaming Primates to enable scientists using specialist computers and software to monitor them remotely. The Consultants I've alluded to, as has been the case with every single person from within the state system since that's tried to help me, subsequently became inaccessible and living any semblance of a civilized existence - as it was for years beforehand - has been impossible. The physical and mental effects of these implants, and the beamed Radio Frequency Energy that's used to activate/control them, is totally debilitating and falls nothing short of being state sponsored TORTURE - and horrendous incessant torture at that. I have MRI scans clearly showing implants in my head, including probes which are inserted into suture's of my brain and a letter from a very highly qualified doctor confirming that what they show are indeed foreign bodies. A letter which also explains that these implants can be palpated at the back of my mouth as well. Yes, it is, I have been testing it for sometime. They have the stuff in your cell phone, radios, TV, laptops, computers, printers, cars, stereos, everything, phones. And yes they can hear and see your thoughts, and even put thoughts into your brain. Your body and brain emit brain radiation. Satellites can follow you through a day. Even the workplace is a site for testing, check the light fixtures and ceilings around you, often you can find a source of radiation. You can however test your home, office or equipment for it. There is a way to shield yourself from such activity. But alas, the stuff is in use in the US, has been since the 60's I think, and since World War II. I had originally heard of this back in the day, but never really believed it, until I decided to test it. I have been testing it for sometime. Makes for some interesting adventures, I'd care to think that privacy exists, but I have found that it really doesn't. Not even a thought is private anymore.
Discuss whether it is ethical to instrument software to monitor its use without telling end users that their work is being monitored?
Answer: v According to us, it is ethical to instrument software without telling end-users that their work is being monitored because it is the right of employer to monitor it…'s the employees at work place only to maintain the efficiency of his workers v Such monitoring should not be there in the personal lives of employees or without letting them know that they are being monitored. v Monitoring is done to know the efficiency of employer as well as end-system. v Statistical record of errors made by end-users can be maintained and used to improve end-systems. v When the users are not aware of being monitored, they use system in a relaxed way, thus giving away any faults if persists in UI Design and it can be evaluated easily .
The purpose of Windows remote access, is the ease of access to a computer that is in a different location. You can use your home computer to access your work computer, or vice… versa.
Laptops have a VGA out port (D shaped and usually blue) which can be connected to a monitor with a VGA cable. i tried mine with a gateway t-series 1625 laptop to FPD1975W… TFT LCD MONITOR but right before i can get into user login it says
Spyware on an iPhone? I've never heard of such a thing.
Its basically the same as hooking your desktop up to your monitor, depending if your laptop or the cable uses VGA, DVI, DisplayPort or HDMI. Usually there should be a port on …the back or sometimes even on the side of your laptop. Most VGA ports are blue, most DVI ports are white and nearly all DisplayPort and HDMI ports are black. Example of VGA: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:VGA_port.jpg Example of DVI: http://help.bluebones.net/imgdvi_port.jpg Example of DisplayPort: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Mini_DisplayPort_on_Apple_MacBook.jpg Example of HDMI: http://www.surfshopcomputers.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Guide-connect-laptop-to-HDMI.jpg If the cable that comes from the monitor is DVI (white) and the port on your laptop is VGA (blue) or vice versa, you will have to get a DVI/VGA converter, they run from 5-10 USD. In most cases you should be fine just as long as you have a VGA or DVI port on you laptop. If you have a DisplayPort or HDMI, all you need is either an HDMI or DisplayPort cable with the same type input in your display. If you don't have DisplayPort, chances are the laptop has an HDMI so you can just use the HDMI connection. Most new displays (TV's and Monitors) have an HDMI, DVI and/or VGA input.
Laptops generally have LCD displays. They also usually have a connector on the rear of the laptop where you can attach an external monitor. Using an external monitor is a go…od way to diagnose a defective laptop display if you suspect t the LCD laptop display is bad.
Remote Access Connection Manager is a Windows service used to control access to the Internet and other remote networks. Remote Access Connection Manager can be started or …stopped using the services.msc tool.
Anybody can gain remote access to their own PC, while away from the computer using a online service such as GoToMyPC, LogMeIn, Laplink, TeamViewer, PCNow, ShowMyPC, Stardock, …PC Anywhere and Real VNC.
The advantages of remote video monitoring can be used to allow police and other authorities to get critical visual information to make a fast response to emergencies. This typ…e of monitoring would allow you to easily verify or view alarms that have sounded.
while their is no "sure fire way" if you notice unusual events occuring on your pc or an abnormally large network traffic these are good signs that you are being monitored… or have some form of malware or your device.
Step 1 Plug in the first monitor into the power outlet. Connect the VGA cable from the monitor to the VGA input on the laptop. Step 2 Power on the VGA …monitor. Enter the system configuration preferences. On a PC, enter the system preferences by clicking the Start button, then "Control Panel" and "Display." On a Mac, enter by clicking the apple icon. Once in the display settings screen, click "Detect" to have the laptop find the first external monitor. Step 3 Power off the second monitor. Connect the monitor to the computer through an available HDMI port. Power on the monitor. Enter the display preferences panel and detect the second external monitor. Step 4 Connect the second monitor to a USB slot, if no HDMI slot is available. Repeat the process of entering the display preferences screen to detect the monitor. Step 5 Install an extra monitor PCMCIA (Personal Computer Memory Card International Association) card into a free PCMCIA slot on your computer. Power off the monitor, connect to the card and turn the computer on again. Detect the external monitor through the display program. Step 6 Connect a dual monitor expansion box to a USB port on your laptop. Install any additional software as required by the manufacturer. Connect the two external monitors to the expansion box and turn on the power. Run through the device detection, if needed, to have your laptop locate the external displays.