Bryan Owen

Do friends let friends connect to PI Servers by IP address?

Blog Post created by Bryan Owen on Jun 26, 2015

Earlier this month security expert Matt Weeks blogged about Attacking Windows Fallback Authentication.


The blog post and white paper are quick to the point with a nice refresher on Windows Authentication and a few new tricks about attacking Windows Authentication.


Sometimes too, we forget about the basics.  Accessing a Windows resource by IP address will default fallback to NTLM authentication.  Similarly a Windows workgroup machine is limited to NTLM authentication.


Matt goes on to make the case about why NTLM authentication is a higher risk... especially important if you are an administrator.


Perhaps friends can help friends connect to PI Servers by name!




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