Author Topic: SMB:bruteForce attack  (Read 1863 times)

2020-10-30, 17:37:15

LorenzoS

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Hi all,
when i use my pc node (windows7) in DR i receive alert from antivirus in workstation: SMB Bruteforce Attempt attack blocked.

Someone know how remove the attack?

thank you

2020-10-30, 18:19:21
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maru

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Hi,

Windows 7 is not supported by Microsoft any more, which means that you are using an updated OS. We strongly advise upgrading to Windows 10. This can save many headaches.

Also, what antivirus software are you using? Most probably that's a false positive alert. Is this happening when you start the dr server application? If so, you can scan it with https://www.virustotal.com/ to find out whether the file is really infected or not.

Lastly, please always report which exact version of Corona Renderer you are using, and what exactly you are doing right before the error appears.
Marcin Miodek | chaos-corona.com
3D Support Team Lead - Corona | contact us

2020-10-30, 18:30:01
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LorenzoS

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Hi maru,
i use Corona render 6,
AVG antivirus
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Is this happening when you start the dr server application?
yes
The pc node is not connected to internet, but only to the local network.

thank you

2020-10-30, 18:32:36
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LorenzoS

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Is this happening when you start the dr server application?
it happen when i start render from workstation with DR enable

2020-10-31, 16:24:58
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LorenzoS

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installed on the node windows10 in new hdd,
the problem persist.
AVG  every abaout 5 second block access from ip that is ipv6 local address.

2020-10-31, 21:47:08
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sprayer

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Looks like this is problem of AVG
Here similar problem https://support.avg.com/answers?id=9065p000000gkhXAAQ

2020-11-01, 09:41:08
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LorenzoS

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thank you spayer,
i will contact AVG staff