Windows 10: Event ID 6033: LSA (LsaSrv)

  1.    13 May 2017 #1

    Event ID 6033: LSA (LsaSrv)


    Hi.
    Today two events 6033 appeared in my events log:

    "An anonymous session connected from MY_COMPUTER has attempted to open an LSA policy handle on this machine. The attempt was rejected with STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED to prevent leaking security sensitive information to the anonymous caller.
    The application that made this attempt needs to be fixed. Please contact the application vendor. As a temporary workaround, this security measure can be disabled by setting the \HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contr ol\Lsa\TurnOffAnonymousBlock DWORD value to 1.
    This message will be logged at most once a day."

    What's going on? I ran both Malwarebyter Anti-Rootkit and Anti-Malware but nothing has been found.

    Thank you.

    UPDATE: I noticed that, both times, Sandboxie was started (manually). Maybe it's caused by Sandboxie.
    Last edited by JoeMcLutz; 13 May 2017 at 17:34.
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