[unisog] Updated NetReg Scanner

Dax dax at resnet.ucsb.edu
Sat Sep 13 15:53:09 GMT 2003


	This is precisely what was causing the problems I experienced w/
Win98 and Mac clients...the range scanner was hanging and then
just...dying.
	Removing that helped us tremendously...move-in started an hour
ago, back to work!
	Thanks again to UConn et al for their contributions...

/Dax

On Fri, 12 Sep 2003, James Macdonell wrote:

> On Thu, 2003-09-11 at 14:19, Jordan Wiens wrote:
> > Turned that rpcscan_range2 into rpcscan_range2-b, a class B scanner.
> 
> I was having problems where rpcscan_range2 would hang for a long time...
> probably crashing something on the remote host. So, I cleaned the
> code up a bit and hard coded a 2 sec. recv timeout on the socket.
> It works slick now.  Thanks for the code!
> 
> Also attaching a formatting script I tweaked from one I made
> during our MS03-26 scanning. It makes pretty things like this for
> each /24 in a /16:
> 
> .---------------+---------------. .---------------+---------------+---------------.
> | MS03-26 & 39  | MS03-39 Only  | | Ptch 26 & 39  | DCOM Disabled |  Win95/98/ME  |
> |---------------+---------------| |---------------+---------------+---------------|
> |                192.168.100.16 | |192.168.100.18                                 |
> |                192.168.100.17 | |                                               |
> '---------------+---------------' '---------------+---------------+---------------'
>            Vulnerable: 2                          Not-Vulnerable: 1   
> 
> Basically I run:
> 
> shell$ ./rpcscan -b 192.168.0.0 | tee today.rpcscan.txt
> shell$ perl ptchCmp.pl today.rpcscan.txt > today.vuln_vs_ptch.txt
> 
> Enjoy.
> 
> 



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