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Hydra with Domain Controller

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impelse

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Post Wed Aug 26, 2009 2:31 pm

Hydra with Domain Controller

I run two times Hydra agains a domain controller using BT4 and the word list that there is there and I got a password but the password is wrong. I used the option smbnt.

Ther first time I run by accident not the username just the last name and I got a password, I looked for in the domain controller login with the last name only and there is not that kind of user logon.

So I run for second time with the right username and after 15 hours I got the password but is wrong too.

Do I have to change the option to smb only or what?

Thanks
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timmedin

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Post Sun Sep 06, 2009 11:21 pm

Re: Hydra with Domain Controller

I don't understand your question...

So Hydra said it found a username/password combo but it didn't work?
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rattis

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Post Mon Sep 07, 2009 10:16 am

Re: Hydra with Domain Controller

impelse,

Sounds like a case of false positives to me. You could try to do the smb option, see if the results differ. You could try the same set up again, and see if it comes back with a different username and password.
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impelse

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Post Mon Sep 07, 2009 1:12 pm

Re: Hydra with Domain Controller

Yes, I was using onlu smbnt, I will try only smb and I will see.

This tool is excelent, I found two very easy password using diccionary attack with Hydra in linux. How do you audit the password in general?
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