Christopher R. Hertel
crh at ubiqx.mn.org
Mon Jun 16 20:23:25 GMT 2003
Some more notes...
- I would really like to see a packet capture of this. I am now guessing
that those bytes are just garbage. Ethereal seems to have a good
parser for the messenger service. I'd like to take a look.
- The error code will, of course, be in the SMB header and not at the end
of the message. Silly me.
- I found a file called SMB.hlp. This is a Windows Help file that used to
be included with older copies of NetMon. It may be there in newer
copies as well, but I don't know. Anyway, it contains all sorts of
hidden gems including the record layout for the messenger service.
By the way, this file claims that there is a broadcast send. In theory
(if this is implemented correctly) you could broadcast the message
instead of iterating through the list of all users.
On Mon, Jun 16, 2003 at 09:28:37PM +0300, Eugen SAVIN wrote:
> Hello all,
> This are the last 4 bytes (status bytes) from an UDP winpopup messenger
> service response (full UDP response packet size is 84 bytes):
> 03 00 01 1c
> If the operation would have been successful, those bytes should be set to 0.
> Any idea about what's going on?
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