Re: kerberos!

From: David Schenz (schenz.9_at_DPS.OHIO-STATE.EDU)
Date: 09/10/04

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    Date:         Fri, 10 Sep 2004 12:37:06 -0400
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    Two important points need to be remembered here: first, in order to join
    a domain in the first place, NTLMv2 is still necessary (as the joining
    member is not a part of the Kerberos realm), and second, windows
    requires NTLMv2 to authenticate when opening a cif share via ip address.
    Authentication falls back to NTLMv2 if Kerberos can't meet the following
    conditions:

    1. A KDC service has to be available (i.e. a domain controller)
    2. The host SPN must be registered

    Evaluating the situation in discussion (assuming no implicit or explicit
    trusts are setup i.e. the domains are in separate forests - remember
    domains and trees are not security boundaries)..... User 1 in domain A
    tries to authenticate to File Server 2 in domain B. User 1 will try to
    authenticate against a domain A dc. Since no SPN is available for file
    server 2 is registered on domain A's dc, the authentication will fall
    back to NTLM. I'm certainly glossing over the finer details of Kerberos
    here, but it gets the point across.

    So yes, you're certainly right in that it is less secure. Unfortunately,
    as currently designed, fallback to NTLMv2 is still necessary. I agree
    that legacy support in Windows needs to be disabled by default. Too
    often the trade off has been chosen in favor of compatibility over
    security (causing many of Microsoft's security issues.

    David

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