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svn path=/trunk/; revision=4352
add "dissect_ndr_ctx_hnd()" for dissecting context handles, and
use it in various DCERPC dissectors;
beef up the MS Security Account Manager dissector.
Also, export "NT_errors" for use by that dissector.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4350
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4348
and, when we're re-initializing the dissector, free up all the hash
tables attached to those structures.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4345
you're doing NetBIOS-over-TCP (yes, I've seen that, with one response
being a Transaction and the other being a Read and X), so the frame
number is insufficient as a key in the hash table of matched
request/response pairs; use the frame number and the MID.
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svn path=/trunk/; revision=4332
1. Changes how can_desegment works so that can_desegment is
only != 0 for whichever dissector is running immediately on
top of whoever offers the can_desegment service.
Thus DCERPC needs no special handling to see if it can trust
can_desegment (which is currently only available ontop of TCP
and not ontop of tcp->nbss->smb).
2. Changes fragment reassembly of transaction smb to only show
the defragmented packet for the transaction smb holding the
To see why, test it with a transaction SMB containing a ~60kb
PDU or larger. The old behaviour had approximately quadratic
behaviour regarding runtime for dissecting such PDUs.
(example: NetShareEnum is a command which can grow really really
large if the number of shares and comments are large)
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4296
it; it'll be null if the matching request hasn't been seen.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4295
for ReadAndX and WriteAndX.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4293
"smb_saved_info_t" in the table of requests whose replies have been
found, don't look it up in the table of requests whose replies have not
been found - if the request in question has no reply in the capture,
that may find some later frame in the same conversation with the same
MID, and we don't need that information anyway - the only reason we
*need* that structure is to save information in it for use when
processing its reply, and we already did that the first time we
processed the request. (The information for the later frame may be bad,
e.g. having a null "extra_info" pointer, or having one that points to
information for another request.)
Arrange that we don't use the pointer to the "smb_saved_info_t" when
processing a request except to save information if the request hasn't
already been processed, as that pointer may not be valid if the request
has already been processed, as per the above.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4292
Add some checks for null tvbuff arguments.
When dissecting transaction setup, parameters, and data when we couldn't
dissect it as a pipe or mailslot transaction, use the reported length of
the supplied tvbuff, not the actual length, as the amount of data
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4291
Added comments, from Ronnie Sahlberg.
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don't have the frame number of the request, which we use as the ID of
the transaction being reassembled. (If we're reassembling a reply,
should we not use the frame number of the reply instead? We used to
have a hash table to keep track of that, so we might just be able to
bring it back....)
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svn path=/trunk/; revision=4273
continuations are seen.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4272
Add a few small functions to reassemble.c to cope with protocols
where the total length of defragmented PDUs are specified in the
first fragment (all previous uses of reassembly has been for
PDUs where the last fragment is signalled by a flag in the
header for the last fragment).
Add a few small functions to reassemble.c to abort-and-delete
defragmentation of PDUs and also detect IF a PDU is currently
being defragmented. (Useful for PDUs where the "unique"
identifier is rather ununique, or may be reused often enough so
it can be a problem for Ethereal.)
Change where NT Cancel presents its Cancelation-to output, and
makes the three trans secondary requests also output similar
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4255
#defines for SMB commands with ones that use the names from the SNIA
Use those #define values rather than hardcoded values in various places
that check for specific commands.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4244
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4243
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4241
NT Cancel, as transaction continuations don't get a response, either.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4230
routines used for that.
Rename some named pipe functions as per the SNIA CIFS spec.
Label the "number of files moved" field of the reply to a Move SMB as
such, rather than as an unspecified "Count".
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svn path=/trunk/; revision=4228
obviates the need to have a protocol tree item for "MSRPC-over-SMB", as
the setup words for it are just standard TransactNmPipe setup words
(0x26 is the TransactNmPipe function code, and the next setup word is
the FID for the pipe in question.)
Pass to the pipe dissector tvbuffs for setup-words-plus-pipe (which is
the data for the pipe protocol) and parameters-plus-data (which is the
data for the protocol running atop the pipe protocol); use the former
for the top-level protocol tree item for the pipe protocol, and the
latter for the top-level protocol tree item for the LANMAN protocol.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4223
mailslot-based logon protocols just be regular register routines,
detected by the script that generates the "register.c" file, rather than
special stuff known to the SMB dissector.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4222
"dissect_pipe_smb()", a tvbuff containing the setup words and the
pipe/mailslot pathname, as those are arguably the part of the packet
that contains the "mailslot protocol" and the "pipe protocol", as
opposed to the protocol running atop mailslots or pipes.
Pass a setup tvbuff to "dissect_pipe_smb()" for it to pass on to the
MSRPC-over-named-pipe dissector, and have the setup tvbuff passed to it
and "dissect_mailslot_smb()" contain *only* the setup words; don't
extract anything other than the setup words from it.
Declare "register_proto_smb_mailslot()" in "packet-smb-mailslot.h"
rather than "packet-smb.c", and declare "register_proto_smb_pipe()" in
"packet-smb-pipe.h" rather than "packet-smb.c".
Add a protocol for MSRPC-over-named-pipes.
Move the stuff to handle the FID in the setup words of
MSRPC-over-named-pipe transactions out of the SMB Transaction dissector
into the MSRPC dissector. Add a routine to "packet-smb.c", callable
from outside "packet-smb.c", to put an "smb.fid" field into the protocol
tree, and to add ", FID: XXXX" to the Info column, for use by the
MSRPC-over-named-pipe dissector; use it in the SMB dissector as well, in
all the places where we put a FID into the protocol tree.
Move the stuff to check whether the LANMAN protocol is enabled, and to
set "pinfo->current_proto" to "LANMAN" if it is, into the LANMAN
API-over-named-pipe dissector out of the named pipe protocol dissector.
If we didn't dissect a Transaction request or reply as a named pipe or
mailslot message, put any setup words, parameters, and data it has into
the protocol tree as separate items.
Don't put a "Response in" item into the protocol tree for an NT Cancel
request, as there are no responses to NT Cancel requests.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4221
display the returned FID in the Info column for NT Create And X
display the setup words, and treat the second word as a FID in
Transaction requests presumed to contain DCE RPC-over-SMB.
Add the FID to the Info column for other open/create replies while we're
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4219
structure, so that it can be updated by subdissectors; this way the
updates affect the structure immediately, and don't get lost if the
subdissector later throws an exception.
Use "tvb_reported_length()" to check for an interim mailslot reply;
"tvb_length()" could give the wrong answer if a short snapshot length
was given in the capture.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4218
"smb_saved_info_t". Put all the information needed to dissect NT
Transaction replies, Transaction2 replies, or Transaction replies into
separate data structures, allocated separately, and put a pointer to
that data structure in the "void *" in question.
Use the return value of "dissect_pipe_smb()" and
"dissect_mailslot_smb()" to control whether to display as data the stuff
those routines were asked to dissect.
If we've seen a request before, but its "smb_saved_info_t" isn't in the
"matched" hash table, look in the "unmatched" hash table - perhaps we
haven't seen the reply yet.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4216
SMB FILE SHARING PROTOCOL EXTENSIONS, SMB File Sharing Protocol
Extensions Version 2.0, Document Version 3.3".
Fix the test for the "connectionless mode" to test the correct bit.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4215
we didn't find the request it's cancelling.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4214
and replies, just save a structure holding that information that can't
be derived from the contents of one of the SMBs.
Don't save anything at all for NT Cancel requests - they have the same
TID/PID/MID/UID as the SMB being cancelled, and you want the information
for that request used when dissecting the NT Cancel (so it gets the
number of the frame containing the request being cancelled) and when
dissecting the reply to the request being cancelled.
Get rid of an unused routine.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4213
Get rid of "Response to" stuff in the LANMAN dissector, as that's now
done in the SMB dissector.
Add a routine for dissecting unknown SMBs (gets the word and byte
counts, and just adds text entries for the word and byte parameters, if
any), and replace null pointers in the dissector table with pointers to
that routine. Get rid of the check for a null dissector pointer.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4212
piece of information in the reply, as a file can have more than one
stream; show all of them.
Don't use the "File Name" field for stream names.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4211
adding the stream size.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4210
"Send buffer pointer" and "send buffer length" items appear not to be
sent over the wire.
Add support for Write And X.
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svn path=/trunk/; revision=4198
Put in comments about some of the other bits.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4196
from Ronnie Sahlberg.
Various other bug fixes, cleanups, and other improvements.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4193
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4192
SMBs that got errors.
Add some additional access mask bits, and the URL of another spec.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4191
OSF's DCE DFS (which is completely unrelated to Dfs).
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4190
"#if 0" out an unused routine, pending determination of whether there's
any place that would use it.
Fix some typos.
Display the NT create options in hex, as they appear to be a bitmask.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4189
Fix up some SMBs I missed when adding the byte-count checks.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4183
Add some checks of the return value of
"get_unicode_or_ascii_string_tvb()" - if a null terminator is missing,
it might well run past the end of the byte parameters - and add some
code to keep the byte count updated so that the right byte count is
passed to "get_unicode_or_ascii_string_tvb()".
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4180
Label the "total data length" field in Write Raw and Write Multiplexed
requests as such.
Dissect the IPC State/Device State field of Open and X requests and NT
Create and X requests ass per the stuff on page 67 of
Make a variable that doesn't need to be static not static.
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svn path=/trunk/; revision=4178
the appropriate entry in the "dissect" table.
svn path=/trunk/; revision=4176
Get rid of a bunch of stuff for which said tvbuffication removes the
When dissecting byte parameters, make sure you don't consume more bytes
than the byte count, and handle captures where the last string in the
byte parameters area isn't properly null-terminated (I think I've seen
that in packets from various versions of Windows NT).
Make various bitfields given as decimal in SMB specs decimal.
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