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DCE/RPC over SMB

Samba and Windows NT domain internals

by Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton

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Published by Machmillan Technical Pub. in [Indianapolis, IN?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Microsoft Windows NT,
  • Samba (Computer file),
  • Operating systems (Computers)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLuke Leighton Casson Leighton.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.76.O63 L44725 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 282 p. ;
    Number of Pages282
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL53973M
    ISBN 101578701503
    LC Control Number99063587

    The DCE/RPC preprocessor detects DCE/RPC requests and responses encapsulated in TCP, UDP, and SMB transports, including TCP-transported DCE/RPC using version 1 RPC over HTTP. The preprocessor analyzes DCE/RPC data streams and detects anomalous behavior and evasion techniques in DCE/RPC traffic. Remote Procedure Calls over Named Pipes Customer Review.

      The first thing Microsoft did with its RPC implementation was to retrofit it to run on named pipes. The protocol conventions in DCE/RPC were ncacn_ip_tcp and ncadg_ip_udp, but Microsoft added ncacn_np protocol – connection oriented semantics over SMB named pipes. Security for RPC over named pipes was done with named pipe transport security. DCE/RPC, short for "Distributed Computing Environment / Remote Procedure Calls", is the remote procedure call system developed for the Distributed Computing Environment (DCE). This system allows programmers to write distributed software as if it were all working on the same computer, without having to worry about the underlying network code.

    The DCE-RPC IFIDs (interface identification numbers) can be used to determine which version of Windows and rough patch level of the host. There are a dozen or so public exploits over the last 16 years that target DCE-RPC services, such as the ones enumerated at . Some services that operate over named pipes, such as those which use Microsoft's own implementation of DCE/RPC over SMB, known as MSRPC over SMB, also allow MSRPC client programs to perform authentication, which overrides the authorization provided by the SMB server, but only in the context of the MSRPC client program that successfully makes the .


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DCE/RPC over SMB by Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is useful from a number of perspectives, both historical from a Linux/Samba/Opensource perspective and as an attempt to document the DCE/RPC/SMB protocol in use at the time of its publication on Microsoft networks. Its a relatively short book at pages for its by: 3.

This book is written from an Opensource, reverse engineering perspective about the DCE/RPC protocol re-implemented in Samba by studying the Microsoft DCE/RPC protocol over the wire. Samba is most often (though not always) an optional software package that can be installed on most distributions of Linux/5(3).

If you deal with Windows NT development, security, or administration, DCE/RPC over SMB: Samba and Windows NT Domain Internals is an essential source of information on: encrypting DCE/RPC using NTLM Secure Service Provider; Viewing files, shares, and sessions that are open on a server; and adding, modifying, and deleting keys and values on the.

This book is written from an Opensource, reverse engineering perspective about the DCE/RPC protocol re-implemented in Samba by studying the Microsoft DCE/RPC protocol over the wire. Samba is most often (though not always) an optional software package that can be installed on most distributions of Linux/5.

Get this from a library. DCE/RPC over SMB: Samba and Windows NT domain internals. [Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton]. If you deal with Windows NT development, security, or administration, DCE/RPC over SMB: Samba and Windows NT Domain Internals is an essential source of information on: encrypting DCE/RPC using NTLM Secure Service Provider; Viewing files, shares, and sessions that are open on a server; and adding, modifying, and deleting keys and values on the Cited by: 2.

Boasting no figures at all, DCE/RPC over SMB consists of pages of austere text ("written with vi and yodl no GUIs were harmed") and 35 pages of appendices on Samba source code and Windows NT password and authentication methods/5(2).

It's short on waffle and covers the subject to a depth that should satisfy any development project working on DCE/RPC over SMB. I'm the author of the Samba Black Book and I'd recommend that you buy Luke's book if you want to learn and understand some of the workings of the Samba code.

7 people found this helpful. Helpful. 0 Comment Report abuse. Free download Artificial Intelligence: An MIT Perspective, Volume 2: Understanding Vision, Manipulation and Productivity Technology, Computer Design and Symbol Manipulation. The DCE/RPC preprocessor detects DCE/RPC requests and responses encapsulated in TCP, UDP, and SMB transports, including TCP-transported DCE/RPC using version 1 RPC over HTTP.

The preprocessor analyzes DCE/RPC data streams and detects anomalous behavior and evasion techniques in DCE/RPC traffic. DCE/RPC over SMB DCE/RPC over SMB: Samba and Windows NT Domain Internals Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton. ISBNMacmillan Technical Publishing, December Fog on the Tyne: The Official History of Lindisfarne Dave Ian Hill.

ISBNNorthdown Publishing, November IPC Mechanisms for SMB. Thanks to Amazon I was able to purchase one used print of the Book "DCE/RPC over SMB - Samba and Windows NT Domain Internals" (With a neat stamp that this book is the property of the Syracuse University).

This tought me a lot about how these DCE/RPC calls have to be performed in general and I found the book quite entertaining. DCERPC Endpoint Mapper Samba3 RPC Server Why. Functions and Details An endpoint tower A tower has up to 6 oors, 4 at least 1 Floor1: Provides the RPC interface identi er (netlogon uuid).

2 Floor2: Transfer syntax (NDR endcoded) 3 Floor3: RPC protocol identi er (ncacn tcp ip, ncacn np, ) 4 Floor4: Port address (e.g. TCP Port:PIPE) 5 Floor5: Transport (e.g.

Microsoft RPC programming guide. O'Reilly & Associates, Inc. Open Book. ISBN Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton (). DCE/RPC over SMB: Samba and Windows NT Domain Internals. Sams. ISBN One common way for MSRPC is to use it via Named Pipes over SMB, which has the advantage that the security layer provided by SMB is directly approached for MSRPC.

In fact, MSRPC is one of the most important, yet very less known protocols in the Windows world. Neither MSRPC, nor SMB has something to do with remote execution of shell commands. DCE/RPC over SMB: Samba and Windows NT Domain Internals, by Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton, ISBNPublished by Macmillan Technical Publishing in December Calling RPC functions over SMB.

1 Reply. Hi everybody. This is going to be a fairly high level discussion on the sequence of calls and packets required to make MSRPC calls over the SMB protocol.

I've learned this from a combination of reading the book Implementing CIFS. Archive of SMB/CIFS Protocol Drafts; Chris Hertel's "Understanding the Network Neighborhood" and Implementing CIFS; Luke Leighton's book with New Riders Publishing DCE/RPC over SMB: Samba and Windows NT Domain Internals, ISBN The smbtorture documentation written by Stephen Zarkos are well worth reading if you use the Samba test suite.

Information - message_info: Blocked MS-RPC non compliant version Cause This behavior most commonly occurs because port is being used for RDP or some other service, and this port is normally being reserved for DCE-RPC traffic.

DCE/RPC is Distributed Computing Environment / Remote Procedure Call. Used in particular in Windows environment to obtain server or workstation service information. SMB may be used as transport for DCE/RPC. In SMB2, special files srvsvc (for server service) and wkssvc (for workstation service) are used in special IPC trees to make the calls.

RPC services over TCP/IP. Windows RPC services are typically invoked using DCE RPC over SMB. However, some network services offer RPC services listening on TCP/IP. Portmapper RPC service. TCP/IP RPC services listen on dynamic TCP or UDP ports.

Thus, to reach a given RPC service, identified by its interface identifier (UUID), a port.I ordered 2 Books: Implementing CIFS: The Common Internet File System - DCE/RPC over SMB: Samba and Windows NT Domain Internals One is claimed to be shipped two weeks ago (Must be lost somewhere over the Atlantic).

The other one is not in Stock and these were the only ones I could find.They call it DCE/RPC, but at the end of the day it's just a huge pile of cleartext metadata on your network.

This is another article in the series on metadata for network forensics. In the previous article I gave some examples of metadata hiding in common SMB file transfers and today I am going to briefly describe Remote Procedure Calls over SMB.