June 10th, 2003, 09:59 PM
Heres a search from AO for netBIOS in the tutorial form
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June 11th, 2003, 08:37 AM
thx for that! very informativ...but i still didn't find what im looking for.
the only problem i have is that i still get "invaild user or password" but the username and password are correct. looks like:
Victims NetBios-name: victim (os=winXP)
Username (standard winXP-logon): victimuser
Password (") : victimpwd
in the console:
ping victim ... OK
net use \\victim\IPC$ ""/user:"" ... OK (=> this works)
net use x: \\victim\c$
enter username for \\victim\guest: victimuser (=> why GUEST?)
enter password for \\victim:victimpwd
error xxx: invalid username or password
WHY THE HELL????
has it something to do with the \guest?
thx for replys
June 12th, 2003, 10:36 AM
net use \\victim\ipc$ /user:Administrator *
(now i should have admin-rights on victim-pc)
but i cant access the c$-share
June 12th, 2003, 10:58 AM
Also try "administration" and "admin" both have worked on my school computer.
June 12th, 2003, 01:59 PM
To you all i say Ni, Ni, Ni now bring me a shrubbery. Download NetBrute this is prob the best Netbios share tool available makes it alot easier. Sometimes you have to enable guest account (but give it a really strong PW)
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June 13th, 2003, 07:17 AM
@the-omen: yeah, netbrute is great but..
how do u use it?
first i entered the ip-range => scan
after i got the result, i tried to open a c$ share but had to enter a passwort (for user XXX\Guest)
June 13th, 2003, 03:18 PM
Victum, NetBrute... sounds like you are not exactly playing with a computer of yours. If you were the local admin I would go and check the account information on the computer locally, then you might get a better answer.
I have experienced this same problem myself, but I found out that once I give an admin account a password that it seems to let you through. If it is coming up and asking for the password to the account <computername>\Guest ... then it sounds like it does not like the account/password combo you are using and is not setup with any premissions to allow "guest" accounts through.
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June 14th, 2003, 07:12 PM
Please enumerate the Administrator account further,the following may be possible
1. The Account is Disabled (IT CAN BE).
2. The remote netbios machine table needs to be reloaded.