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RE: MSBlast CLI scanner (unix)?
From: "Ingevaldson, Dan (ISS Atlanta)" <dsi () iss net>
Date: Fri, 15 Aug 2003 16:51:27 -0400


David-

There is no reliable way to detect if a computer is infected with
blaster without logging into it and looking for the reg key or the
executable.  The backdoors (tftp and 4444) are not permanent.  ISS
X-Force released a great scanner for the vulnerability itself.  It does
two different checks to see if a box is patched, and it will detect the
difference between a machine that has DCOM disabled or if it is patched.
It's available here:

http://www.iss.net/support/product_utilities/ms03-026rpc.php

Regards,
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Daniel Ingevaldson
Engineering Manager, X-Force R&D
dsi () iss net 
404-236-3160
 
Internet Security Systems, Inc.
The Power to Protect
http://www.iss.net 
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-----Original Message-----
From: David A. Ulevitch [mailto:davidu () everydns net] 
Sent: Friday, August 15, 2003 4:34 PM
To: nanog () merit edu
Subject: MSBlast CLI scanner (unix)?




Nanog'ers,

I've seen a couple of the windows-based MSBlast scanners but I'm looking
for a unix tool to simply plug in an IP/netmask and have it scan via the
command line and return the status of the vulnerability (patched,
unaffected, exploited, etc).

Has anyone found or heard of one that runs on *nix or have any other
suggestions?

thanks,
davidu

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