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Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by Sinster, Aug 11, 2003.

  1. Sinster

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    This thread is a collection of threads from around the forum all relating to the DCOM exploit and the MSBLAST worm.

    Please contain all discussion relating to this topic in this thread!

    Enyo


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    My Mom in law just called me she said her computer is shutting down.

    She is getting this error. Its not complete hopefully it will shed some light


    NTAuthority/System

    "Remote Procedure Call (RPC) Serviced closed unexpectenly and now restart system. "

    It keeps doing this.
     
  2. trellawny

    trellawny Guest

    system shutdown

    Anyone have any ideas why this message keeps popping up. Its only just started today. Thanx in advance
     
  3. rushm001

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    Amazing two people asking the same question at the same time.

    Sorry can't help, don't know much about Remote Procedure call. Whatever that is.
     
  4. Sinster

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    I wonder if its a virus
     
  5. Cosmin

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    That computer uses Remote Services ?
     
  6. Sinster

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    I just received another call... from my boss his computer is doing the same thing. Same Event from 3 different people so far.
     
  7. -kReV-

    -kReV- Guest

    msblast.exe or tftp.exe causing RPC too close

    just a quick warning

    hasnt happened too me but i seen it happeneing across many irc networks

    on win2k - svchost has performed an illegal operation and must be shut down

    XP & 2003server "xp just said rpc service unexpectedly quit"


    seems weird that so many people in different channels and networks getting this

    they said norton showed nothing

    if u see them .exes
     
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    Threads merged and title changed
     
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  12. rushm001

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    Obviously a very popular topic right now!
     
  13. NetRyder

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    Need a SMod to do that. I don't have moderator access to the Security Forum.
     
  14. rushm001

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    Sinster could just delete his first post and it would be gone, right?

    Or if you ask nicely enough Enyo will do it.
     
  15. GoNz0

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    yeh the sh!t's hitting the fan over this 1, how many webmasters won't be going to bed tonight !!!!

    keep an eye on net traffic over the next few hours, http://www.internettrafficreport.com/main.htm that shows outbreaks as they happen.
     
  16. NetRyder

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    What patch are you refering to Enyo?
     
  17. Sinster

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    YOu want me to delete my post?
     
  18. NetRyder

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    No, I'm moving this over to the Security forum, where Enyo will merge it with the other thread. ;)
     
  19. rushm001

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    Port 135 is blocked on my pc. Is it used for anything serious?
     
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