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The NMAP command you can use scan for the Conficker virus on your LAN

Terminal - The NMAP command you can use scan for the Conficker virus on your LAN
nmap -PN -T4 -p139,445 -n -v --script=smb-check-vulns --script-args safe=1 192.168.0.1-254
2009-03-31 15:15:17
User: cowholio4
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The NMAP command you can use scan for the Conficker virus on your LAN

This was posted on reddit. replace 192.168.0.1-256 with the IP's you want to check.

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it looks like missing something in the command. target specification?

Comment by alperyilmaz 290 weeks and 3 days ago

How could one have a copy of the smb-check-vulns scripts ? My local nmap installation (version 4.68) does not come with one bundled.

Comment by andrelop 290 weeks and 3 days ago

@alperyilmaz thanks i added that...

Comment by cowholio4 290 weeks and 3 days ago

@andrelop You can download it or build from source http://nmap.org/download.html

Comment by cowholio4 290 weeks and 3 days ago

If you get this:

SCRIPT ENGINE: error while initializing script rules:

No such category, file or directory: 'smb-check-vulns'

You need this:

http://nmap.org/nsedoc/scripts/smb-check-vulns.html

Comment by hm2k 290 weeks and 2 days ago

You MUST get nmap-4.85BETA5 because earlier versions won't scan for Conficker.

http://nmap.ucsd.edu/nmap/dist/nmap-4.85BETA6.tar.bz2

Install info:

bzip2 -cd nmap-4.85BETA6.tar.bz2 | tar xvf -

cd nmap-4.85BETA6

./configure

make

su root

make install

Comment by messo 290 weeks and 2 days ago

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