LSASS

AcronymDefinition
LSASSLocal Security Authority Subsystem Service (Microsoft)
LSASSLocal Security Authority Subsystem Service
LSASSLightweight Seismic/Acoustic Surveillance System
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The Bobax-H worm exploits the same LSASS vulnerability first reported by Microsoft on 13 April 2004 in Microsoft Security Bulletin MS04-011, and later exploited by the widespread Sasser worm.
Another wormable hole is in the Windows Local Security Authority Subsystem Service (LSASS), "an interface for managing local security, domain authentication, and Active Directory processes", according to Microsoft.
The Forbot-DY worm tries to spread to network shares with weak passwords and also by using two Microsoft security vulnerabilities: The RPC-DCOM security exploit (N4SO3-039) and the LSASS security exploit (MS04-01 1).
The worm tries to spread to network shares with weak passwords and by exploiting two Microsoft security vulnerabilities - the RPC-DCOM security exploit and the LSASS security exploit.