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RE: [Full-Disclosure] A FreeBSD server that is converted in a MS 2003 Server... and viceversa
From: Aditya, ALD [Aditya Lalit Deshmukh] (aditya.deshmukhonline.gateway.technolabs.net)
Date: Tue May 04 2004 - 22:58:52 CDT
> I have access to a FreeBSD server, I accessed and look a little.
> The problem
> is when sometimes I have not access anymore, and its because the
> server is
> not a FreeBSD, is a MS 2003 Server... :(
this happens a lot on my personal machine, which has solaris linux freebsd and win2k installed with the same username/passwds and almost the same server that spew out the same domain name and ip address. when i boot from linux to say windows the nmap scans will tell u that the server has a different os, probably something similar is happening over there with that server that u are trying to access.
or the server that u are trying to access might be behind some kind of load balancer.
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