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Question - script: p2p-conficker
From: Joe.Lemak () omya com
Date: Mon, 20 Jan 2014 18:50:31 -0500

Hi All,
I am  trying to identify internal IP of infected host with  conficker.
I am running script: p2p-conficker


I  am following recommendation:
 Run the scripts against all active hosts (recommended)
nmap -p139,445 -vv --script p2p-conficker,smb-os-discovery,smb-check-vulns 
--script-args=checkconficker=1,safe=1 -T4 <host>

The command will find hosts and lists open/closed port 139 and 445, 
however no infection found yet.

This a comment in a script description:
"This check won't work properly on a multihomed or NATed system because 
the open ports will be based on a nonpublic IP"

Does the above script comment is saying that it will not work on my 
internal network using private IPs?

Thank you.

Best Regards

Joe Lemak
Network Systems Engineer


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