Zombie Web servers: are you one?

Greetings! I found this excellent writeup of a Web-server botnet on Slashdot this weekend. Since it sounded like just the thing for Nmap to detect, I wrote a quick script!

Scorched earth: Finding vulnerable SMBv2 systems with Nmap

Hello once again! I just finished updating my smb-check-vulns.nse Nmap script to check for the recent SMBv2 vulnerability, which had a proof-of-concept posted on full-disclosure. WARNING: This script will cause vulnerable systems to bluescreen and restart. Do NOT run this in a production environment, unless you like angry phonecalls. You have been warned!

Random picture: Traffic control box

I was going to do a post about Nmap today, but since their svn is having some issues, you're going to get something a little more fun (in my opinion)! My friend snapped this picture in Vancouver, BC near Stanley Park (the picture is geocoded, so check out the Exif data if you want to […]

Scanning for Microsoft FTP with Nmap

Hi all, It's been awhile since my last post, but don't worry! I have a few lined up, particularly about scanning HTTP servers with Nmap. More on that soon! In the meantime, I wanted to direct your attention to