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Without knowing more about your company's network layout, business model, physical access restrictions, etc... it is hard to give more than general guidance. RDP has been known to have remote execution vulnerabilities. RDP can also facilitate password attacks. So you can't look at running RDP as risk-free. It is not unheard of for companies to restrict RDP ...


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It ultimately depends on what you mean by "being monitored". Here is a list of checks that you may need to make: - Does the workstation respect its logging / policy configuration? Normally you should be able to trust that this is the case, i.e. that it raises the events that you expect given the configuration. There might be surprises in store though: I ...


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While we frequently say that people "steal" your files, we really mean that they copy them. So, if the remote desktop user wanted to just get your data, they wouldn't have copied then deleted your files, they just would have copied them. Furthermore, join.me does not allow for simple copy-and-paste file copying. Copying files is an interactive process that ...



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