Linux Supported samba protocol versions?
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(2017-05-23, 23:59)Milhouse Wrote: See PR12110. NT1 is the Samba default client max protocol. There is nothing you can configure in your server that will change default Kodi NT1 behaviour. You only need to add "client max protocol = SMB3" in the smb.conf used by Kodi and Samba will begin negotiating connections starting with SMB3 instead of NT1. However you need at least Samba 4.1.0 on the client in order for SMB2/SMB3 protocols to be supported. Setting "client min protocol" is known to cause compatibility issues so don't specify it. Also, Kodi is the client not the server so there's no point specifying server settings in the client smb.conf.


I see that koying put this code into spmc, any hope of it making it into kodi proper soonish?

I ask because another vulnerability has been found by security researchers at RiskSense: "SMBLoris" can lead to DoS attacks affecting every version of the SMB protocol and all versions of Windows since Windows 2000. Microsoft isn’t bothering to patch it, as they plan to remove the SMBv1 protocol in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, but everyone running older versions of Windows will remain affected.
https://www.onmsft.com/news/microsoft-wo...ervice-off
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RE: Supported samba protocol versions? - by thezoggy - 2017-08-01, 22:53


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