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S-1-5-21... Jul 21 2008 04:56PM
Red Cat (redcat9876 gmail com) (3 replies)
RE: S-1-5-21... Jul 23 2008 04:21PM
Nick Vaernhoej (nick vaernhoej capitalcardservices com)
Re: S-1-5-21... Jul 21 2008 06:22PM
Mike Moratz-Coppins (mike mikeymike org uk)
Re: S-1-5-21... Jul 21 2008 05:29PM
Dennis Li (dennis li sh gmail com) (1 replies)
RE: S-1-5-21... Jul 21 2008 06:37PM
Erik Boles (eboles mxlogic com) (1 replies)
Re: S-1-5-21... Jul 21 2008 06:50PM
Charles Hardin (fonestorm gmail com) (1 replies)
You guys are missing the part that he said its COMPUTERNAME\none. This
means its a local account, nothing to do with AD. Im not that familiar
with vista users but I would not be suprised if this was some sort of
system generated account.

Charles Hardin

On Mon, Jul 21, 2008 at 2:37 PM, Erik Boles <eboles (at) mxlogic (dot) com [email concealed]> wrote:
> Also -- if the user is deleted from A-D that had access to that folder it will show the SID rather than the name of the user as that container for the user still exists, it just doesn't have a name any longer.
> Erik
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: listbounce (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed] [mailto:listbounce (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]] On Behalf Of Dennis Li
> Sent: Monday, July 21, 2008 11:30 AM
> To: Red Cat
> Cc: focus-ms (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
> Subject: Re: S-1-5-21...
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> Hi,
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> Normal, the user like 'S-1-5....' is a domain account. After your
> computer is added into a domain (AD), the administrator account of the
> domain is added to your local administrators group automatically. And
> when you browse the security property of the folder, OS will query the
> real name of that domain user. Before the query is done, you'll see
> the name is 'S-x-x-xxx'.
>
> Dennis
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> On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 12:56 AM, Red Cat <redcat9876 (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]> wrote:
>>
>> Hey,
>>
>> I have a question on something I saw on my computer today. I'm on a
>> Windows Vista. I was looking at some of the "properties" of some
>> folders in my "Public" folder and clicked on the "Security" tab. Then
>> I noticed my usual login user, "Everyone", and one other user, whose
>> id seemed to be S-1-5-21...and some numbers. Then after a couple
>> moments it turned into the user, "None" with (My computer name\None)
>> right next to it. I looked at the permissions it was given and
>> apparently it was given "Special Permissions." I was pretty sure I
>> didn't and never had created a user named "None". But I still checked
>> the Users folder to see if there was indeed a user named "None". There
>> wasn't. I even checked to see if there were any hidden users using the
>> "view hidden folder option", but there was no uesr by the name of
>> "None". I looked on google for some time but all I managed to find was
>> that it could possibly be a remnant from a past OS or something. But
>> this computer had Vista installed on it when I got it. Also, it might
>> be some sort of guest that was made for my computer or something. My
>> own speculation is that it has something to do with the fact that I
>> used Cygwin to open up a tarball and create this folder. Anyway, what
>> does this user mean? Why does it have special permissions? Is it some
>> sort of sign that I have a back door somewhere on my computer or that
>> I'm being keylogged or something? Thanks in advance.
>

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RE: S-1-5-21... Jul 21 2008 07:20PM
Remco (remco bluedome net)


 

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