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data leaking on internal servers

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Last Modified: 2012-05-12
On internal servers – which ports and directories on a server (windows 2003 or 2008) would you need to check for “data leakage”. Aside from data on file shares/directories that you could map across (not sure what ports/protocols that uses) – where else may data be accessible remotely from a server. I am talking about internal staff risk what data and data repositories may they be able to get access to if they can talk to the server?
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