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#1 shbruzu

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Posted 08 February 2013 - 12:43 PM

Hey guys,

using Enum.exe  against a host on a remote network (it has a real ip address and  ports 139&135&445 are opened):

 

Enum -U -M -N -S -P -G x.x.x.x

 

this is the result:

 

server: x.x.x.x

setting up session... success.
couldn't get password policy
return 5, Access is denied.
couldn't get lockout policy
return 5, Access is denied.
getting namelist (pass 1)... fail
return 5, Access is denied.
getting user list (pass 1, index 0)... fail
return 5, Access is denied.
enumerating shares (pass 1)... fail
return 5, Access is denied.
getting machine list (pass 1, index 0)... fail
return 5, Access is denied.
fail
return 5, Access is denied.
cleaning up... success.

 

thought this is a  remote side problem((firewall or other security stuffs),so decided to test it on one of my local network -win xp hosts -

with enabled netbios and file sharing options and known username&password:

 

Enum -U -M -N -S -P -G -u admin -p 123456  192.168.1.2

 

result says:

 

"Bad Username Or Password"

 

tried on another local network host with win7 ,and the same result again:

 

"Bad Username Or Password"

 

am i wrong anywhere?







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