Questions tagged [cifs]

Common Internet File System (CIFS) operates as an application-layer network protocol mainly used for providing shared access to files, printers, serial ports, and miscellaneous communications between nodes on a network.

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Can SMB/CIFS credentials be extracted from Linux?

On a penetration test, I have completely compromised a Linux machine and I am now trying to move around the network. The Linux machine has a mounted CIFS share, and I want to get the password used to ...
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SMB/CIFS security in heterogeneous environment

Suppose I have several machines both Linux and Windows I want to connect to each other for file-sharing. Now I use mount -cifs command with vers=3.0 clause to access Windows shares from my Linux ...
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SMB/CIFS shares on HP-UX vulnerabilities

So, I've run an unauthenticated Nessus scan against a critical piece of infrastructure as part of a pen-test but I'm getting back some weird stuff and i can't seem to re-create the issue to ...