On August 12th, 2022, many of Keysight’s Network Test, Network Visibility, & Edge to Core (NAS/formerly Ixia) products will migrate to a new license structure.
CRITICAL: If you perform licensing operations after August 12th, 2022, without upgrading the licensing software to the latest version, licenses may not register properly, and some features may be missing. This could impact testing and result in downtime.
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This strike exploits the vulnerability known as 'Zerologon'. This privilege escalation vulnerability is due to the insecure usage of AES-CFB8 encryption for Netlogon sessions in Microsoft Netlogon Remote Protocol (MS-NRPC). This is the SMB version of the ZeroLogon. A remote (same LAN) unauthenticated attacker can exploit this vulnerability to impersonate the identity of any machine on a network when attempting to authenticate to the Domain Controller which may result in the complete takeover of a Windows domain.