dead stores in netapi32
kai.blin at gmail.com
Wed Nov 19 02:05:12 CST 2008
On Wednesday 19 November 2008 00:10:52 Juan Lang wrote:
> > Does that netbios code actually work? IIRC you need to bind to port 137
> > to do netbios requests.
> That's not strictly true, you can be a client without binding to port
> 137. You just can't advertise any services. I haven't tried it
> myself in a long, long time, though I did hear from a couple people
> that were using it successfully a few years ago.
Oh, ok. I've only ever seen 137 in traces, but I guess that makes sense on
Windows, where browsing is a system service anyway.
Thanks for pointing that out, Juan.
Ricardo, I'm currently looking at the netapi32 files you pointed out.
Thanks for the catch.
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