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Re: Is The RPC a Protocol or a winXP-Service?
From: Markus Müssig <mmuessig () multamedio de>
Date: 26 Nov 2003 14:59:08 +0100

IMHO it is a service. RPC means RemoteProcedureCall and offers
a remote Client to execute procedures/functions on the machine
offering this service.
Which procedures/functions and what a request to a rpc-service
looks like has to be defined in a protocoll.

So: protocoll says "how to use the service" and rpc is the service.
In case of 137/139 under ms-windows it is netbios-ssn which offers
shares/ressources over network!

Please correct me or add-on whatever i forgot...

regards, markus muessig 

On Sun, 2003-11-23 at 19:45, Mr Babak Memari wrote:
What is The RPC exactly  ?
The RPC  is a Protocol  or a winXP-win2000-Service or a Port?
www.Rabertgraham.com  says that it is a Protocol .
My windows says it is a Service .
Some other articles says that it is a Port .

And another questions :
www.Rabertgraham.com in its FireWall-FAQ  says these lines:

[""Various errors with :
Some servers are misconfigured to map this address.
On the other hand, it is also a hacker technique
to cause names within the hacker domain to resolve
to addresses within a company (including localhost/""]

And my question is :
How do they (Crackers) do that ?

Babak from IRAN



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