To Whom it may concern:
I suspect the use of a Kerberos infestation through an addressable worm.
I would need to research the known worm, but I have found the origin to
be a doc file from an archive set, dating back to early versions of
word. The ultimate effect was the destabilization of a security set
within Microsoft Server 2000 (Active Directory). I still have the
original doc files and the system has been maintained. I plan to take it
off line soon.
ROSSETTI | JORGENSEN
2800 Lafayette Ave.
Newport Beach, CA 92663
T. 949.566.0080 x25
Kerberos mailing list [email]Kerberos@mit.edu[/email]
Re: Kerberos Infection
"Cris Smith" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> To Whom it may concern:[/color]
> I suspect the use of a Kerberos infestation through an addressable worm.[/color]
I think you have greatly misunderstood something.
Russ Allbery (email@example.com) <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/>