Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) allows remote attackers to
cause a denial of service (connectivity loss) or steal credentials via
a 1Ch registration that causes WINS to change the domain controller to
point to a malicious server. NOTE: this problem may be limited when
Windows 95/98 clients are used, or if the primary domain controller
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NTBUGTRAQ:19990302 NT Domain DoS and Security Exploit with SAMBA Server
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