a quick training session of google'fu lead me to this
remember little grasshopper, practice the antique martial art of google'fu and you will succed
this is no way of spoonfeeding, just a way to open the OP's eyes on SEARCHING FOR INFO before you ask
"Family, Religion, Friends, those are the three demons you must face if you want to be successful in business"
Kriss128 I did look at that link and it was quite good. Now no more holding back, Primey I almost forgot that the best place is always google and far more reliable unlike small dicked wiseguys waiting to vent out their frustration on u and proving themselves Gurus(All known wise guy) by trying to put others down. (I've seen this many times on other posts as well and is this what they call helping someone). They think that I'm using an exploit that is meant for Vulnerable XP machine and I'm using it to exploit a machine that runs windows 2000 that has open FTP port(Example). LOLOL. There's no point in talking/arguing with a fool because firstly he will say he knows everything and he's right. Secondly he will bring you down to his level and finally beat you with his experience. Sayonara.
I hope they are patched and it doesn't let a script kiddie like you into thier system.
EX. of a Lame question - Hey peeps wuz sup! I installed the backtrack and I cracked a wep key soooo... fast. Now I be doing some scanning and I seen some ports open like 445. What does dat mean? I seen in the milw0rm folder there was some 445 sploitz so I compiled them all and ran them all against the Box but I can't get no shell. Wuz up wit dat?
EX. of a correct and well thought out question - Hi guys, I'm a small business owner with a very small network and I am interested in see how secure I am. I have down loaded backtrack and read the guides which have led me to crack my WEP key rather quickly. I have now changed to WPA but now I am rather interested in taking the test a little further. I have completed some scans of my LAN with 3 different scanners and determined the operating systems running and the ports running. I have noticed that exploits are version specific and I was wondering how I can determine if a exploit will be successful. Thanks for your help.
I am far from a GURU here but I do know how to do my own research and ask a well thought out question. Once again we are very sorry to have offended you.
And besides all of pureh@tes excellent points, I don't think that causing trouble is going to help you get along in this forum. We tried to help you, but the advice wasn't taken, and then you tried to pay us out with the following, which doesn't even make sense:
Awww playtowin, I'm sorry you feel we've mistreated you. No one vented, no one put you down, we simply illustrated the errors in your plan. If realizing such errors exist presents some type of problem for you we're sorry but that's hardly our problem.
You still haven't got the point, although you provided further information this time you're still missing important details. 1) Is it actually a FTP server? Or is it something running on a non-standard port. 2) What FTP server is running on that port (MSs? Serv-U? filezilla? etc)and I'm using it to exploit a machine that runs windows 2000 that has open FTP port(Example). LOLOL.
swc666 you crack me up.
pureh@te masterfully said!
I'm a compulsive post editor, you might wanna wait until my post has been online for 5-10 mins before quoting it as it will likely change.
I know I seem harsh in some of my replies. SORRY! But if you're doing something illegal or posting something that seems to be obvious BS I'm going to call you on it.