[Pkg-samba-maint] Bug#929268: Bug#929268: More Info
L. van Belle
belle at samba.org
Wed May 22 09:11:05 BST 2019
Ok, well if thats the case, then the patch found by mattieu) is the correct
Yes, you can disable NT1 and yes, that might block legit access also.
That depends on your setup, where do you use what? I dont know that.
So you could wait for that or try the these settings.
min protocol = NT1
max protocol = SMB2
I do advice firewall the ports also, at least until the debian patch for 4.5
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> For now, the problem has only occurred with servers that have
> SMB ports
> accessible from the outside.
> I imagine that someone (suspicious) tries to access using NT1, can I
> block access using the "min protocol" option or this could block
> authorized accesses as well?
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