Remember that I am just a dumb dawg, born in a cardboard box out back
of the barn on the CrackIt Farm, near the town of Elite on the planet
of MOOmoo, so apart from knowing how to run sniffers (comes natural)
and cracking toolz, I don't know very much.
Suppose that network A has client PC's that need to talk to a Lotus
Notes server in network B. The sniffer shows the following:
1) Client PC in network A uses source port higher than 1024 to connect
to destination port 1352 on the Notes server in network B. A small
amount of data is exchanges, sometimes only one frame.
2) Client PC in network A drops the first connection to Notes server
and starts a second connection with encryption from a source port
higher than 1024 and usually one higher than the last port number it
used, to connect to Notes Server in network B.
3) Client now starts replicating databases etcetera and the sniffer
can't see a damn thing because its all encrypted.
Does anyone have a kewl hacking tewl for cracking Lotus Notes? If so I
would like to get a copy.
My mind wanders. Back to business. In the situation described above,
would Firewall 1 be able to protect the client PC's in network A from
being hacked by a nasty cracker in network B (assuming that the Notes
server is secure and has not been cracked yet). If not Firewall 1,
which other firewall would do the job?
Sick Puppy, the Cat_Eating_Dawg
Data Analysis and System Control Agency
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