[Samba] Security mode 0x03: smbclient-2.2.8a sends password,
thiagolima at webforce.com.br
Wed Dec 17 19:45:23 GMT 2003
Don't know why by I had to use a \n before the yes. Now it worked.
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> Subject: [Samba] Security mode 0x03: smbclient-2.2.8a sends
> password,3.0 doesn't
> I'm having trouble accessing a share using smbclient-3.0.
> The same share (served by a samba server on linux) is
> accessible from the same account using smbclient-2.2.8a.
> Here is the command I'm using to access the share:
> smbclient '//adventure/dood' -I 192.168.5.11 -U dood
> The server's smb.conf file includes the following three lines:
> security = user
> encrypt passwords = yes
> null passwords = yes
> If I change the 'encrypt passwords' to '= no', smbclient-3.0
> works fine. The problem is that I have the exact same
> problem on hosts over which I have no control of the smb.conf
> file, for example Mac OS X 10.3. 10.3 appears to have the
> same behavior as my linux samba host with the above three
> lines in the smb.conf.
> When I analyze the packets sent between the client and the
> server, I see the following difference in the frames (see
> attatchments for full frame decode):
> samba-2.2.8a sending encrypted null password:
> < Byte Count (BCC): 69
> < ANSI Password: 4C0154EFEF076CCBAE3A6256E351DF5A...
> < Unicode Password: B30B73818904C5A7111948521702F985...
> < Account: DOOD
> < Primary Domain: ABCD
> samba-3.0 sending no password:
> > Byte Count (BCC): 26
> > Account: dood
> > Primary Domain: WORKGROUP
> Note that the primary domain is also different: 3.0 uses the
> default domain WORKGROUP, while 2.2.8a uses the default
> domain of the client ("ABCD").
> What can I do on the CLIENT side to make smbclient-3.0 send
> the encrypted null password?
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