02-01-2018 08:18 AM - edited 02-01-2018 10:29 AM
Is it normal for DC trying o reach systems on 445 and 139
I get bruteforce alerts for only 1 system, even though DC is trying to reach almost every system in that zone on 445/smb
02-01-2018 10:47 AM
If you disable user identification on the public wifi zone you will lose User-ID visibility within that zone but that won't necessarily stop the agent from attempting to enumerate systems within that zone. You can either implement a security policy rule to deny/drop User-ID agent traffic to this zone or you could simply exempt the IP address for this system within the IP exemption list within the User-ID agent as seen here.
02-01-2018 08:21 AM
The PA UserAgent (user-id agent I assume) appears to be running on this DC. Is the agent performing enumeration of user to IP mappings from this DC? Do you have WMI probing enabled? That could explain the behavior you are seeing.
02-01-2018 09:06 AM
Yes PA user agent is installed
WMI probes not enabled.
02-01-2018 09:17 AM
Is the "victim" host a domain controller or other Windows server which the Agent would attempt to access to enumerate users? I suspect this is normal behavior yet there could be underlying login issues between the DC and 10.4.190.66 (victim). If 10.4.190.66 is not needed for enumeration purposes you could add it to the IP exemption list within the Agent.
02-01-2018 09:57 AM
Victim system is in publicly accessible wifi, and most likely seems to be windows.
Would disabling user identification on this zone stop this, or should i disable this traffic from DC's into this zone.
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