[Dshield] User accounts discovered please help!!!
allan.vanleeuwen at orangemail.nl
Tue Mar 16 08:52:23 GMT 2004
Most likely you don't block port 139 and 445 on the internet side of your
box, and have not disabled NULL sessions in either the registry or through
policies. This means a NULL session can be established to your machine and
lots of information can be enumerated through that session such as : user
names, user sids, groups, machine names, share names.
Read more info and how to disable it here :
Good luck !
From: Chris Mitchell [mailto:cmitchell at smtusa.com]
Sent: maandag 15 maart 2004 20:10
To: 'General DShield Discussion List'
Subject: [Dshield] User accounts discovered please help!!!
We have several Windows 2000 Servers, all latest patches and service packs
have been applied, Symantec Corporate with latest definitions loaded. We
recently found in our logs that someone is trying to get into our servers
through valid user accounts. I saw a recent post about this but all I can
remember is that it was suggested that NetBIOS was running on the system and
it was exploited there. We only have TCPIP installed, can anyone on the
list offer an explanation as to how our user accounts were found. Every
account was tried from the IUSR_Machine name to an ASP_Net account to the
admin account, which had been renamed previous to this happening.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
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