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Re: anonymous Zonetransfer (AXFR) exploatation
From: Radu Oprisan <radu () securesystems ro>
Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2008 02:52:45 +0200

Ok, ok, so i used the verb in the wrong way :).
I was just amazed at "should be considered". I myself still try it from time to time, but in this part of the world (yeah, i know Romania has a bad reputation) it seldom works. So, let's stick to the matter at hand: i agree, it should be part of a standard pen-test if there are no specific laws against using it even in test conditions.

Cheers,
Radu Oprisan


Jason Thompson wrote:
Were? I still do them and find axfr's allowed... not a lot, but for
the 10 seconds it takes to check there's been a few times where I've
downloaded an AD domains' worth of hosts. Even just getting a list of
hosts with a few interesting CNAME entries can give you a few
potential targets or point to domains you weren't previously aware of.

-J

On Tue, Mar 18, 2008 at 11:09 AM, Radu Oprisan <radu () securesystems ro> wrote:
LordDoskias wrote:
 >>
 >>
 > The best thing that I can think if to use the information obtained
 > from the zone transfer. Perhaps some "private" hosts will come up that
 > you can look into? To my mind AXFR transfers should be considered as
 > part of the  reconnaissance stage of a pen-test.


 Actually, they were, a long time ago.



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