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Someone is running a program on my Windows Server to try to gain access. I have tons of Event ID 529 login attempt failures listed in my security tab on the event viewer. They are trying to use random names to get access.

Is there a way I can find the source IP of the person doing this and block the IP address from attempting to hack my network?

--EXAMPLE (No Source IP Displayed)
Logon Failure:
       Reason:            Unknown user name or bad password
       User Name:      naissance
       Domain:            
       Logon Type:      3
       Logon Process:      Advapi  
       Authentication Package:      MICROSOFT_AUTHENTICATION_PACKAGE_V1_0
       Workstation Name:      SBS2K3
       Caller User Name:      SBS2K3$
       Caller Domain:      FILTRATION
       Caller Logon ID:      (0x0,0x3E7)
       Caller Process ID:      1944
       Transited Services:      -
       Source Network Address:      -
       Source Port:      -


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by:suppsaws
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this could be about anything, did you check:
http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=529&eventno=1&source=Security&phase=1


btw, is this a knows user on the sbs network? "naissance"
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dfxdeimos earned 200 total points
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The "source network address" would be the IP of the offender.

Just so you are aware, this isn't really that uncommon. As long as you have secure passwords you shouldn't be in any danger.
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by:filtrationproducts
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Suppsaws,
If I was a hacker I would try to use default accounts like administrator, guest, or naissance. I know its a hacker because I received about 12,000 of these attempts in a matter of 4 minutes.

dfxdeimos,
I know the "source network address" is where the offenders IP would be, but as you can see it is blank. The question I am asking is the IP (source network address) for the offender logged anywhere else or is it possible to force this to show up so I can ban these IP's from further attacks.

Thanks!
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by:suppsaws
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yep, I know, but is the user 'User Name:      naissance' a user in your AD domain?

and btw, if it's a hacker, they know how to 'cover' themselves ... Source Network Address:      -
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by:dfxdeimos
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Do you have a router or ISA server that sits between the Internet and your internal network? If so, you could review the access logs from it and determine the culprit.
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by:dfxdeimos
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Also, how is "naissance" a "default account" as you put it?
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by:suppsaws
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indeed, that was what I was refering too ...
I guess you are french, because 'naissance' is 'birth', so I guess that is some kind of username in your AD domain?
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Sacre Bleu!
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by:filtrationproducts
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No, naissance is not a user in my domain I know of. And neither is andre, amelie, alyssa and the hundreds of othe r user names they tried. But to sum it up are your saying its not possible to get that ip address to display or retrieve it from somewhere else?
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then it's a french 'hunchback of the notre dame' that is trying to break in, as many others are constantly trying to break in all the time.
It's not woth it to try to discover the ip, since this is probably a pc that has been infected by a virus and trying to scan as much ip's as it can.
As ling as you've got a hardware firewall or ISA, it's fine.
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There is no ISA server between the server and the Internet.
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Thanks, since its so common and I have a hardware firewall I wont worry about it.

Thanks guys.
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What do you use as a firewall then?
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Sorry we crossed paths. Yes, I wouldn't worry about it if you have a good password policy. They will eventually move on.

If you have a hardware firewall you can try to check the access logs and you should see the IP of the offender.

Good luck.
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