Pack of script to monitor stolen laptop
This pack of procedure will allow to retrieve different informations from the stolen laptop. You will be able to get a dekstop screenshot, get a picture from the camera, get a short video, retrieve the list of available wireless network and monitor IP changes.
You will need to schedule any of these scripts, most of them are compatible with both Windows and Mac.
Some scripts require outside tools provided in the archive, they will need to be uploaded to the manages files into a folder named "stolenlaptop"
All results files end up being downloaded to the Document folder of each endpoint. (Easily available in Quick View.)
NB: You run the scripts at your own risks, you may want to check your state and federal laws prior to running them (webcam picture or video could be sensitive.)
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Anybody have any experiences with this pack?
Yes, last time I checked this worked. Which was about a month or two ago.
Where is the "webscr.exe" file? It's not in the zipped file that was downloaded.
Jeremy, it should be in the zip file, you may want to disable your anti virus first as I have seen the file get flagged as a malware but it is a false positive.
Yea, you're right. My antivirus is cleaning it off too quick for me to notice. Thanks for the heads up!
This is probably a dumb question, but where is it saving these files it's creating? For instance, the "collect IP information", it's saving to the temp directory on the local computer, but then the procedure does a "getFile". Where is "..\Docs\"?
All your agents have a GetFile and Documents folder in your k server. You can access the Documents in Quick View of any agent whenever you hover the mouse over the agent icon. Right on top of GetFile is Documents. Otherwise it should be easy to edit the procedures and save the files to the GetFiles folder or a network location of your choice.
Thanks for the info!
Just one note the video and webcam pictures will not work with a computer with more than one camera (ex. Surface Pro).
This could use a procedure to delete all documents and user data
I fully agree with Dylan. If a procedure was created to delete all documents and user data that would be great!