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RE: Hacking to Xp box
From: "John Forristel (SunGard-Chico)" <John.Forristel () sungardbi-tech com>
Date: Fri, 2 Sep 2005 07:08:25 -0700

I agree with Pedro; don't think about this from an administrator point
of view.  Think of it from the hackers point of view and you can work
with a couple of assumptions:

1.  The hacker got past your firewall.
2.  The hacker managed to elevate his/her domain permissions.
3.  The hacker finds the CEO's machine by chance, then decided to see
what is there.

There are many, many things you can do now.  Use enumeration tools to
show what information you can get.  Use "net" tools to connect and alter
the registry.  Change the domain security policy so that his firewall is
disabled on boot.  There are many things you can do.



-----Original Message-----
From: phugo () highspeedweb net [mailto:phugo () highspeedweb net] 
Sent: Thursday, September 01, 2005 4:07 PM
To: pen-test () securityfocus com
Subject: RE: Hacking to Xp box

Hi,
Shouldn't you try to penetrate something more important than the CEO box
?
Aren't there any more important servers than CEO box ?
In what aspect do you need better security ? Having a "good" antivirus
protection, all patches, and firewalls enabled at desktops, doesn't look
that bad security.
Regards,
Pedro

-----Original Message-----
From: Juan B [mailto:juanbabi () yahoo com] 
Sent: quinta-feira, 1 de Setembro de 2005 6:46
To: pen-test () securityfocus com
Subject: Hacking to Xp box

Hi Guys

Please give me a hend here.

Im trying to penetrate the CEO box to show him why we need better
security
in our company, he told me to show me how it can be done. he has xp pro
sp 2
with all the pathches installed and FW enbled but I cant ! I tried to
use
metasploit with the ms rpc dcom exploit but it didnt worked. nessus
found
port 135 139 2000 and ntp are opened and also he can read some smb
shares
and also outputed that this host doesnt disgard SYN packets that have
the
FIN flag set. and port 2000 (callback is open). 
what I can try more to  break this box? any ideas? I know I allways can
try
to arp poison his arp table and pass all the machines traffic throw my
laptop to capture some passwords but this is enough. or send him a
trojan but we have a good anti virus protection  .    
            
                            
Does some of you have Ideas ?

Thanks a lot !

Juan



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