2 4 Steps to Practical Win2K Security Locate Windows system Insert *nix CD Reboot Follow installation prompts But if that is not an option
3 Hardening Win2K Out of the box Physical Security OS Install System Tighten Testing The goal: one service, one system The reality is though that many people will not heed this advice, and will run systems that support multiple functions, because either they do not see the problem with it, or they have financial constraints that prohibit them from doing it the right way
4 Win2K Out of the Box Syskey Authentication Kerberos for Domain authentication NTLM for local and backward compatable Authorization Fair File system permissions Auditing None, unless set by Group Policy
5 Win2K Server Out of the Box Services CIFS/SMB with NetBIOS IIS : WWW, Front page extensions, & SMTP Index server
6 Physically Secure It Install case locks on all publicly accessible systems Put critical or highly sensitive systems in cages If removable media (i.e. floppies, CDs, ZIP drives) is allowed, then you should set the hardware to boot from the hard drive first Set the EEPROM boot password
7 Install the Operating System Use NTFS Use Separate data and OS partitions Set Good Admin password Install only required Network services Use static IP addresses for high secure systems Choose your DDNS settings Disable LMHOSTS lookup and NetBIOS over TCP/IP Become a domain member
8 DNS Settings
9 What About a Domain? You may want to use a separate Forest (i.e. AD) If you do, here are some guidelines Make sure it is a new domain, in a new forest Validate that there are no trust relationships established Run an internal DNS server on that domain Use screening routers and DNS configurations to block request/updates from external networks Configure DNS to Only accept secure updates from host on the isolated network If you require trust, then use the older WinNT method, and establish specific one-way trusts that are not transitive.
10 What About Upgrades It is harder than fresh installs, but is doable Configure the system using the Local Security Policy tool Use the security policy templates to reconfigure the system setup security.inf for all systems Use DC security.inf in addition for Domain Controllers
11 Harden Services What is running? Try the Services Control Panel Try Fport, netstat, Tcpview. (others?) For each service that exists on a Win2K system, you set Startup option and account
12 Harden Services High DNS Client EventLog Logical Disk Manager Protected Storage Plug & Play Security Accounts Manager IPSec Policy Agent Protected Storage* Remote Procedure Call* Medium Network Connections Manager Remote Registry Service RunAs service DC Kerberos Key Distribution Center DNS Server Windows Time NT LM Service Provider File Replication Service (>1DC) RPC Locator Net Logon TCP/IP NetBIOS helper Server (when sharing resources or running the AD) Workstation
13 Disable Services Done via the Services Control Panel/Snap-in Change the Startup type field to Disabled Also SC.exe from the command line
14 Disable or Delete? Is it best to disable or delete a service? A disabled service can be restarted by enabling, then starting it If you have the right permissions on the system Whereas a deleted service cannot be started until it in re-installed Thus it is significantly harder to have this happen maliciously, especially for Win2K core services The problem is that it is very hard (impossible?) to actually remove some of the services
15 Finding Dependencies One of the major problems with Microsoft services has been the (in)ability to determine, easily, what services relied on other services
16 Application Dependencies Use depends from Resource Kit See the help associated with the tool form details on its use
17 Set System Policy Password Policies Enforce password history 5 Maximum password age 60 Minimum password age 5 Passwords must meet complexity requirements Store password using reversible encryption (Disabled) Account Lockout Policies Account lockout threshold 5 Account lockout duration 30 Reset account lockout threshold after (Disabled)
18 Set System Policy Audit Policy Audit account logon events Audit account management Audit logon events Audit policy change Audit system events Audit Log settings Ensure that there is adequate space Remember to set your rotation policy as well All should be consistent with whatever policy you have
19 User Rights Validate which Users and Groups have the following User Rights Access this computer from the network Act as part of the operating system Back up files and directories Change the system time Create a token object Debug programs Force shutdown from a remote system Increase scheduling priority Load and unload device drivers
20 User Rights Log on as a service Log on locally Manage auditing and security log Modify firmware environment values Profile single process Profile system performance Replace a process level token Restore files and directories Shut down the system Take ownership of files or other objects
21 User Rights Additionally, if your systems are part of a domain, you should validate: Add workstations to domain Deny access to this computer from the network Deny logon locally Enable computer and user accounts to be trusted for delegation Synchronize directory service data
22 Security Options Check the following (Security Options- >Local Policy) Additional restrictions for anonymous connections Allow system to be shut down without having to log on Audit use of Backup and Restore privilege Clear virtual memory pagefile when system shuts down Digitally sign client communication (always) Digitally sign client communication (when possible) Digitally sign server communication (always) Digitally sign server communication (when possible) No access without explicit anonymous permissions Disabled Enabled Enabled Enabled (for high security) Enabled (for medium security) Enabled (for high security) Enabled (for medium security)
23 Security Options Disable CTRL+ALT+DEL requirement for logon Do not display last user name in logon screen LAN Manager Authentication Level Message text for users attempting to log on Message title for users attempting to log on Number of previous logons to cache (in case domain controller is not available) Prevent users from installing printer drivers Recovery Console: Allow automatic administrative logon Rename administrator account Disabled Enabled (for multi-user systems) Send NTLMv2 responses only / refuse LM & NTLM Get from your legal department Get from your legal department. 0 Enabled Disabled Rename this to something other than admin or administrator
24 Security Options Restrict CD-ROM access to locally logged-on user only Restrict floppy access to locally logged-on user only Secure channel: Digitally encrypt or sign secure channel data (always) Secure channel: Digitally encrypt secure channel data (when possible) Secure channel: Digitally sign secure channel data (when possible) Secure channel: Require strong (Windows 2000 or later) session key Send unencrypted password to connect to third-party SMB servers Shut down system immediately if unable to log security audits Strengthen default permissions of global system objects (e.g. Symbolic Links) Unsigned driver installation behavior Unsigned non-driver installation behavior Enabled Enabled Enabled (for high security) Enabled (for medium-high security) Enabled (for medium security) Enabled (for ultra-high security Disabled This should be consistent with your policy Enabled Do Not Allow Do Not Allow
25 Directory Permissions The root (C:\) should be tightened down Default installation of Win2K will give the Everyone group full control of the top level of this directory Give Everyone group has Read-only access CAUTION: This has a high likelihood to break some software, so ensure you test it in your environment before propagating it out
26 Unbinding Services Network and Dial-Up Connections Advanced Advanced Settings selection A reboot is NOT required to set this feature
27 Unbinding Microsoft Networking Unbinding File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks Prevents remote machines from connecting to CIFS/SMB services on this machine Tcp 139 will still be listening on this NIC, but will not return any information to the remote machine If Client for Microsoft Networks is still enabled, the host itself will still be able to perform SMB connections to remote hosts even though it won t accept any incoming requests
28 Filtering Two methods to accomplish this task IPSec filters TCP/IP Filtering TCP/IP Filtering is the same method that WinNT provided IPSec is more granular, but harder to setup Can be implemented in Group Policy, where TCP/IP filtering is only locally configurable.
29 Filtering with TCP/IP Filtering Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties Advanced Options TCP/IP Filtering Properties on the interface you are configuring
30 Important Features TCP/IP Filtering has some very important features that you should be aware of: It does not affect any sessions initiated by the system It will still allow ICMP in By disallowing UDP, you will block the ability of your client to receive DNS query replies This is because the filtering is not stateful, and thus the return UDP packet is blocked. You'd have to open up all inbound ports over which you think you'd receive DNS traffic (i.e., all UDP) I have not found a workaround
31 IPSec filters Manage IPSec policies from the Local Security Policy or the individual IPSec Policy snap-in, and are activated via the Local or Group policy Three key configurations that we will need to set are: IPSec filter lists IPSec filter actions IPSec policy rules
32 IPSec Filter Steps First you will create an IPSec policy We will call it Web & FTP Then add an IPSec filter list that will hold the IPSec filter actions we want applied We are creating a filtering policy that will contain a list of filter actions that will be applied to network traffic entering and leaving the system When you create your filter, you will also need to add the 'All IP Traffic' filter list to the policy and set to 'Block'. That way everything is now being blocked except what you allow
33 Filtering TCP/IP Connections with IPSec Another option in the hardening process is to setup the IP Security Filters on a system to help secure it Can be set at LSDOU level with IP Security Policy
34 IPSec Filter List
35 IPSec Filter List Explanation The figure shows the IPSec filter actions that are associated with the IPSec filter list that was created The filter allows traffic from any IP address with a destination of the web server with a destination port of HTTP (port 80), HTTPS (443), FTP (port 21), and FTP-DATA (port 20) The mirror rule to the FTP-DATA allows PASV FTP By default, all filters are mirrored, which means that packets with source and destination addresses reversed will also match the filter
36 Traffic Not Filtered By IPSec IP Broadcast addresses Can t secure to multiple receivers Multicast addresses From through , same reason RSVP - IP protocol type 46 Allows RSVP to signal Quality of Service (QOS) requests for application traffic that may then be IPSec protected Kerberos- UDP source or dest port 88 IKE - UDP dest port 500 Required to allow IKE to negotiate parameters for IPSec security
37 Blocking RSVP and Kerberos By default Win2K allows Kerberos (88) and IKE (500), regardless of the IPSec filters rules established After SP1, you can change this behavior. You need to create the NoDefualtExempt key in the IPSec service: Key: HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\services\ipsec Data: NoDefaultExempt Value: 1 (REG_DWORD) A value of 1 will block RSVP and Kerberos. Thus leaving only IKE, Multicast, and Broadcast exempt Note: See Microsoft KB article Q for more details.
38 Tightening TCP/IP HKLM\System\CCS\Services\Tcpip\Parameters: SynAttackProtect: a semi-dynamic way to reduce the time the system will wait for SYN-ACKs TcpMaxHalfOpen: This determines the number of connections in the SYN-RCVD state allowed before SYN-ATTACK protection begins to operate TcpMaxHalfOpenRetried: Number of connections in the SYN- RCVD state for which there has been at least one retransmission of the SYN sent before SYN-ATTACK protection begins to operate PerformRouterDiscovery: Win2K will try to perform router discovery (RFC 1256). This is on a per-interface basis EnableICMPRedirect: Controls whether Windows 2000 will alter its route table in response to ICMP redirect message KeepAliveTime: How often TCP attempts to verify that an idle connection is still intact by sending a keep-alive packet
39 Time Synch: Win32Time Installed by default on Win2K Sync with NTP servers: NT5DS and NTP NT5DS: used AD for sync Need external server for forest root PDC NTP: specify an NTP server Uses SNTP No error checking or filtering HKLM\SYS\CCS\Services\W32Time
40 More Time Sync Net Time Allows for setting at the command line net time /? Mixed domains With no AD, use NT s Win32Time as SNTP server for Win2K With AD, use forest root PDC as main server
41 Securing the AD Rests on multiple factors 6 layers of security that we need to worry about: Securing the system Securing the database Securing the replication Securing the normal access methods Securing the objects Auditing
42 Default AD Permissions Everyone group in the Pre-Windows 2000 compatible permissions built-in group Read access to all user and group object attributes This gives the same access as a WinNT domain for queries
43 Securing Normal Access Blocking access to the ports that can be used to access the AD ldap (389, 636), Global Catalog (3268, 3269), SMB (135, ), and CIFS (445) Use Group Policies to control what actions are allowed on the domain objects Auditing the AD You need to ensure that you are auditing critical operations and data, such as changes to policy data or critical files in the WINNT, NTDS, and SYSVOL partitions.
44 Why AD Security is important Bugtraq message on 2/21/2001: Win2k directory services weakness The important part In Active directory there is one Configuration Container for the whole forest. So every domain controller has its own copy of Configuration Container and is able to change it and replicate changes to other domain controllers If you have large organization, every DC is then (almost) equally vulnerable; if a hacker beaks into one, he gets all.
45 Tidying Up Now that the majority of work is done, there is still some tidying up to do Install ServicePacks and Hotfixes Removing unneeded Sub Systems Remove the OS2 and Posix registry values from the HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Session Manager\SubSystems registry key Delete the associated files (os2*, posix*, and psx*) in %systemroot%\system32.
46 Tidying Up Change Permissions on Binaries Make a separate group that does not have the Administrators group in it, then re-permission Change the ACLs on the following tools to remove LocalSystem and the Administrators group, and add new group arp.exe, ipconfig.exe, Nbtstat.exe, at.exe, net.exe, Netstat.exe, atsvc.exe, nslookup.exe, ping.exe, cacls.exe, posix.exe, Qbasic.exe, Cmd.exe, rcp.exe, rdisk.exe, debug.exe, regedit.exe, Regedt32.exe, edit.com, rexec.exe, route.exe, edlin.exe, rsh.exe, Runonce.exe, finger.exe, secfixup.exe, Syskey.exe, ftp.exe, telnet.exe, Tracert.exe, xcopy.exe, tftp.exe, command.com, clipsrv.exe, dialer.exe, hypertrm.exe, attrib.exe, ping.exe, sysedit.exe, cscript.exe, wscript.exe
47 Tidying Up Cleaning Up Anonymous Registry Access Allowed Paths Machine key Evaluate all, the only real option that you should allow in there by default is the System\CurrentControlSet\Control\ProductOptions Use the EFS to encrypt sensitive files Configure the system to boot immediately Configure system dumps Run an integrity checking software (i.e. Tripwire) over the final system to get a baseline for later detection
48 Test Security Settings Once you have the system(s) configured, you will want to test them to see what you can get at from the outside You will need: Port Scanner (Nmap): You will need some type of UDP and TCP port scanner EPDump: You will use this tool to help you determine which RPC services have which ports open Netstat: You will use this tool on the local host to identify its open ports Fport: A great overall tool from Once you have the tools, then scan the system to see what is open
49 Win2K may still fall short Unless you are hardening a single host, there is a high likelihood that you will be using some type of service that will be relying in some manner on Microsoft networking (either NetBIOS, SMB/CIFS, or RPC) This means that you can t use Win2K to protect itself, you will have to use other security measures to isolate those systems from people that you do not intend to access those Microsoft services A simple Screening Router will accomplish the task just fine, but you may choose to have a more full-featured firewall
50 Papers and SystemExperts HardenW2K12.pdf: Hardening Windows 2000 version 1.2 home_low.ipsec: IPSec filters to block inbound connections to NetBIOS/SMB ports home_user.inf: IPSec filters to set Local Security Policy for a home user configuration securewebserver.ipsec: IPSec filters to only allow inbound http by default. Additional filters defined for https, smtp, NetBIOS, ICMP Web_Secure.inf: IPSec filters to set Local Security Policy for a web server configuration. Note that this Web Server template was partially created on a Windows 2000 Professional System, so Power Users (or related SID) may be present in rulesets, instead of Server Operators hardenwin2k.zip: Zip file of the directory contents
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