Windows 2000 test
1. Make it Interesting
Good safe computing practices on the Internet involve placing critical systems behind firewall-type devices. For this testing, we are intentionally not putting these machines behind a firewall. This means that you could slow these machines down by tossing millions of random packets at them if you have enough bandwidth on your end. If that happens, we will simply start filtering traffic. Instead, find the interesting “magic bullet” that will bring the machine down.
2. Compromise an account
Windows 2000 computers can have multiple user accounts and groups. See if you can find a way to logon with one of these accounts.
3. Change something you shouldn’t have access to
See if you can change any files or content on the server. If you manage, no foul or rude statements please.
4. Get something you shouldn’t have
There are hidden messages sprinkled around the computer. See if you can find them.
5. Our goal is to configure the system to thwart your attempts
The goal is to see how a properly secured machine will stand up to attack. These machines are configured to prevent known attacks.
6. This is a test server
You are welcome to attempt to compromise this server, and this server only. This is your chance to do a practical test of Microsoft Windows 2000’s security.
7. Tell us about your exploits
If you find something, send us some email at email@example.com.