First, you need to download and install AnyDesk on the computer with which you want to establish a remote connection. You will also need to install the AnyDesk app for iPhone and iPad from the App Store before beginning the procedure.
Open AnyDesk on your Windows PC and make a note of your computer’s AnyDesk address located in the left pane. Now, click on the lines icon located in the upper right corner of the window and go to «Settings».
Next, go to the «Security» section and check the «Enable unattended access» box as shown in the screenshot below. You will be prompted to set a preferred password.
Now open the AnyDesk app on your iPhone or iPad.
Enter the AnyDesk address of your computer and tap «Connect».
Now, type the password you set on the desktop client and tap «Apply». Enable the option to sign in automatically from now on, to avoid having to enter the password every time you connect to your PC.
This will establish the remote desktop connection. You can swipe from the left or right side of your screen when your device is in landscape mode to access the on-screen keyword for typing. To end the remote desktop session at any time, simply drag your finger to the «X» icon at the bottom after swiping left or right.
Method 3: Install AnyDesk using flatpak
For this method to work, you must have Flatpak installed on your Ubuntu desktop or laptop. If you already have it, continue reading the steps below.
Go to flathub and type ‘anydesk’ in the search bar. You should see AnyDesk software. Click on it.
Install AnyDesk on MX Linux
We have configured the source to get the latest packages for installing AnyDesk on MX Linux. Now, let’s use the APT package manager to configure this remote desktop tool on our system.
AnyDesk Scams Using Fraud and Social Engineering
The practice of social engineering is tricking a victim into making a bad decision about sharing information or perform an action. Hackers have a knack for eliciting an emotional response from potential victims so they can steal data or install some form of dangerous malware.
AnyDesk scams that rely on social engineering can take many forms. They all share the common goal of getting you to divulge information, provide access to your device, or download malicious software. The following scenarios describe some of the ways that AnyDesk hackers try to trick their victims.
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