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RE: Penetration Testing Password via Wireless Access
From: Michael Gargiullo <mgargiullo () pvtpt com>
Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2006 11:21:55 -0400

-----Original Message-----
From: sherwyn williams [mailto:s-williams () nyc rr com] 
Sent: Friday, April 14, 2006 8:17 PM
To: pen-test () securityfocus com
Subject: Penetration Testing Password via Wireless Access

Hey all,

The project is to pentest via wireless access, testing for passwords,
usernames and logins to the network, via domain access and logging in
directly to a pc on the network.

So far we have access to the router via default configuration, access to
few host shared folder but we are stuck there.

Host running winxp,open ports on some of the internal host are, tcp
135, 139, 445)udp (123, 137, 138, 445, 1900). Is there a way to get
from here. As of right now we left ethereal running to gather some

All help is needed at this point

A bit late, but if your 'sniffing' machine is powerful you could run a
man in the middle via arp poisoning. At that point unless the AD is
configured specifically to only allow strong logins, you could blast it
with requests to keep dropping it security level for logins.  In some
cases you can get the AD to accept clear text logins which would bring
you gold.

Just a thought.


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