Files in system 32 directory

From: ashah@sevenspace.com
Date: 04/21/03

  • Next message: Matthew Wagenknecht: "RE: Auditing a reboot"
    Date: 21 Apr 2003 21:36:56 -0000
    From: <ashah@sevenspace.com>
    To: focus-ms@securityfocus.com
    
    
    ('binary' encoding is not supported, stored as-is)

    Hello,
         I have a windows 2000 sp2 machine which is a DC/DNS. In the system32
    folder i see a lot of files name 'Security=Impersonation Dynamic False'.
    They are usually 1 to 2 kb in size and contain the following in the file
    'Error 0 to send control flag 0 over to server'. Has anyone seen this
    before? What might be causing this?. Please advise.

    Thank You,

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Attend Black Hat Briefings & Training Europe, May 12-15 in Amsterdam, the
    world's premier event for IT and network security experts. The two-day
    Training features 6 hand-on courses on May 12-13 taught by professionals.
    The two-day Briefings on May 14-15 features 24 top speakers with no vendor
    sales pitches. Deadline for the best rates is April 25. Register today to
    ensure your place. http://www.securityfocus.com/BlackHat-focus-ms
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------


  • Next message: Matthew Wagenknecht: "RE: Auditing a reboot"