On Thu, 27 Jul 1995, Darren Reed wrote:
> > SMB is actually quite a secure protocol.
> > There isn't much you can do unless you 'login' to a server.
> unix account. If I understand this correctly, the passwords on NT servers
> are case insensitive (wow! how's that fv:or a better search space ?!)
> and there is nothing stopping you feeding guess upon guess to the NT
> server (does it even log failures ?).
You understand incorrectly. NT supports case-sensitive passwords... Yes,
it does log failures -- and it stalls for about 30 seconds everytime you
screw up (whether logging in via console or over the network).
Michael Nelson (mikenel @
com) | Through the firewall, off the router,
Rockville, Maryland | over the ATM backbone, nothing but
BSD/OS, WinNT, Linux Development | 'net.
Re: NT - cont
From: Darren Reed <avalon @