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Re: OWA 2003 looking users
From: Chris Reining <creining () packetfu org>
Date: Mon, 8 Aug 2005 23:22:37 -0500

Mark,
Try this perl script to dump the names:

http://www.foofus.net/jmk/tools/getOWAnames.pl

Chris

On Mon, Aug 08, 2005 at 01:38:00AM -0700, Mark Sec wrote:
Again Alo  folks:  :-) 

Now i have a OWA 2003 server to test, i know there is a lot many
diferents ways to hack the server, well now i found a "mortal" account
to see more accounts into the server with the follow method:

-> Click to the "address book",
-> type into the box "Display name" whatever letter u want like a,b,c etc, 
-> click to button "Find" and see the result,
-> them to select the name and click "Properties..." to see the
"user@" properties,

but this method is very "bored" to looking more accounts and sometimes
i dont  see the users with the simbol "@" to identify the user to do
brute force.

+ Now, does anyone have a tools, scripts to do this work more easy ?
+ Does anyone know a brute force tools, tricks to hack over OWA 2003 server?


thanks for all ur help


-Mark
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