Scanrouter updating destination list failed
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IPS Services maintains the most current preemptive security for the Check Point security infrastructure.
For more information about best practices for Active Directory design and deployment, see the Active Directory link on the Web Resources page at Search under "Planning & Deployment Guides" and download . Table 2.5 shows common events and symptoms that indicate DNS problems and points to sections where solutions can be found.
Table 2.5 Netlogon Events that Indicate DNS Problems The source server listed in the error message was unable to complete a remote procedure call (RPC) call to the destination server.
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This includes the following: Following the best practices recommendations regarding DNS configuration from the beginning of the deployment is key for successful Active Directory deployment and operations.
Presence of the event IDs 5774, 5775, or 5781 logged by the Net Logon service in the System Event Log indicate that the corresponding domain controller cannot dynamically register DNS records that advertise its availability as a domain controller.
The consequence of this failure is that domain controllers, domain members, and other devices cannot locate this domain controller.
As all of the more recent router models come with WPS enabled by default, this affects millions of devices worldwide.
I reported this vulnerability to CERT/CC and provided them with a list of (confirmed) affected vendors. To my knowledge none of the vendors have reacted and released firmware with mitigations in place.
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Update (12/29/2011 – CET) As you probably already know, this vulnerability was independently discovered by Craig Heffner (/dev/tty S0, Tactical Network Solutions) as well – I was just the one who reported the vulnerability and released information about it first.