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Les Mikesell 03-27-2008 05:17 PM

Sorry for not being clear (cleaned)
 
Timothy Payne wrote:



My comment:
I'm sorry, I just assumed that almost every network had one XP box,
and that would be a problem because he will wait as long as it takes
to get the box he wants. And this dose get in Fedora and other Linux
OS. So wouldn't it be smart to find out how XP is shreadded and make
your Linux box ready? Or is that just Bullshit?


If we discussed every windows vulnerability here there wouldn't be room
for anything else. Just assume it's not safe and firewall all inbound
connections - after you've reinstalled to get rid of whatever you
already have.


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"Timothy Payne" 03-28-2008 04:25 PM

Sorry for not being clear (cleaned)
 
tim@tmpco.com> wrote:

This is from a Windows XP Pro aplication log file

I did not set it up It was done in the background It was done by remote No
alarms or messages were made just this:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Event Type: Warning Event Source: WinMgmt Event Category: None Event
ID: 5603 Date: 3/22/2008 Time: 7:43:38 PM User: NT
AUTHORITYSYSTEM Computer: TIM Description: A provider, Rsop Planning
Mode Provider, has been registered in the WMI namespace, rootRSOP,
but did not specify the HostingModel property. This provider will be
run using the LocalSystem account. This account is privileged and
the provider may cause a security violation if it does not correctly
impersonate user requests. Ensure that provider has been reviewed
for security behavior and update the HostingModel property of the
provider registration to an account with the least privileges
possible for the required functionality.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

He copies: My Documents, all web pages, contacts, and trash. The
remote user collects the data from a database on the machine, and you
never it's going on unless you notice 20 UDP packets go through your
network for no reason.

Fedora user reply:
This is a windows problem and i don't think anyone here cares.
Please stop hitting the FEDORA LIST with bullshit traffic

My comment:
I'm sorry, I just assumed that almost every network had one XP box,
and that would be a problem because he will wait as long as it takes
to get the box he wants. And this dose get in Fedora and other Linux
OS. So wouldn't it be smart to find out how XP is shreadded and make
your Linux box ready? Or is that just Bullshit?


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