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use strict; no strict "subs"; use Win32::Service; use Socket; use LWP::UserAgent; system("cls") if ($ENV{OS}); my $script = "IISScanner"; my $version = "0.01"; my $written = "13 Mar 2002"; my $revised = "13 Mar 2002"; my $writer = "Oscar Alarcon R"; my $Error_code = 1; my($equipo, $status_servicio, $status_http, $port_ok); my %options = ( "l" => "Archive of machine list to be Scanning.", "m" => "UNC Path Machine name.", "log" => "Log File name.", "help" => "This Screen.", "nops" => "No port Scanning, only scanning port 80." ); my %options_detail = ( "l" => "Archive", "m" => "\\\\UNCName", "log" => "Archive", "help" => " ", "nops" => " " ); my $example = $script." -m:\\server1 -nops -log:c:\\temp\\web.log"; $~ = BANNER; write; my %param; (%param)=&TAKE_Param(); &SINTAX_Error() if($param{help}); &ECHO_Param() if($param{debug}); print "SYSM >< Calling TAKE_HostName\n" if( $param{debug} ); my(@list_server)=&TAKE_HostName(); print "SYSM >< Calling CHEK_Proccess\n" if( $param{debug} ); my(@list_out)=&CHEK_Proccess(@list_server); $~ = INFORME; if($param{log}){ print "SYSM >< Printing Log $param{log}\n" if( $param{debug} ); open(LOG_HEADER, ">$param{log}"); write(LOG_HEADER); close(LOG_HEADER); open(LOG, ">>$param{log}"); } foreach my $data_equ (@list_out){ chomp($data_equ); ($equipo, $status_servicio, $status_http, $port_ok)=split(/\,/, $d +ata_equ); write; write(LOG); } if($param{log}){ close(LOG); } print "[END CODE]\n" if( $param{debug} ); exit; sub CHEK_Proccess { my(@servers) = @_; my(@output) = (); print "IN CHEK_Proccess\n" if( $param{debug} ); foreach my $linea (@servers){ chomp($linea); print " DATA << $linea\n" if( $param{debug} ); print " SYSM >< Calling SCAN_IISSrv\n" if( $param{debug} ); my($status)=&SCAN_IISSrv($linea); if( $status eq "OK" ){ print " SYSM >< Calling SCAN_Ports\n" if( $param{de +bug} ); my(@ports_server)=&SCAN_Ports($linea); foreach my $port_v (@ports_server){ chomp($port_v); print " SYSM >< Calling SCAN_Https\n" if( $ +param{debug} ); my($status2)=&SCAN_Https($linea, $port_v); if( $status2 eq "OK" ){ my $temporal = $linea.",".$status.",".$status2."," +.$port_v; push(@output, $temporal); } } } } print "OUT CHEK_Proccess\n" if( $param{debug} ); return(@output); } sub SCAN_IISSrv { my($machine) = @_; my $result = "FAIL"; my @service_l = ( "W3SVC", "IISADMIN" ); my %status1 = (); my %status2 = (); print " IN SCAN_IISSrv\n" if( $param{debug} ); print " DATA << $machine\n" if( $param{debug} ); print " SYSM >< Scanning Services\n" if( $param{debug} +); Win32::Service::GetStatus($machine, $service_l[0], \%status1); + Win32::Service::GetStatus($machine, $service_l[1], \%status2); + print " SYSM >< Check Status of Services\n" if( $param{ +debug} ); $result = "OK" if( $status1{CurrentState} eq 4 && $status2{Current +State} eq 4 ); print " DATA >> $result\n" if( $param{debug} ); print " OUT SCAN_IISSrv\n" if( $param{debug} ); return($result); } sub SCAN_Ports { my($machine) = @_; my(@listado_p) = (); my(@ports) = (); print " IN SCAN_Ports\n" if( $param{debug} ); print " DATA << $machine\n" if( $param{debug} ); if( $param{nops}){ @ports = ( 80 ); }else{ @ports = ( 80 .. 100, 940 .. 1000, 10000 ); } foreach my $port (@ports){ chomp($machine, $port); $machine =~ s/\\//eg; print " SYSM >< Scanning Port $port\n" if( $par +am{debug} ); socket(TO_SERVER, PF_INET, SOCK_STREAM, getprotobyname('tcp')) +; my $internet_addr = inet_aton($machine); my $paddr = sockaddr_in($port, $internet_addr); if(connect(TO_SERVER, $paddr)){ print " DATA >> $port is Active\n" if( $par +am{debug} ); push(@listado_p, $port); close(TO_SERVER); } } print " OUT SCAN_Ports\n" if( $param{debug} ); return(@listado_p); } sub SCAN_Https { my($machine, $port) = @_; my $result = "FAIL"; $machine =~ s/\\//eg; my $url = "http://".$machine.":".$port."/"; print " IN SCAN_Https\n" if( $param{debug} ); print " DATA << $machine on $port\n" if( $param +{debug} ); my $ua = LWP::UserAgent->new; my $request = HTTP::Request->new(GET => $url); my $respons = $ua->request($request); $ua->proxy(['http', 'ftp'] , $url); my $h = new HTTP::Headers; my %accepts = $h->clone; if ($respons->is_success) { print " DATA >> $port is Active\n" if( $par +am{debug} ); $result = "OK"; } print " OUT SCAN_Https\n" if( $param{debug} ); return($result); } sub TAKE_HostName { my(@hostname) = (); print "IN TAKE_HostName\n" if( $param{debug} ); if( $param{l} ){ open(SRC, "<$param{l}")|| ($Error_code = 0); if( $Error_code eq 0){ print " SYSM >< Cant Open $param{l}\n" if( $param{debug +} ); print " Brutal EXIT !\n" if( $param{debug} ); exit; } print " SYSM >< Read archive $param{l}\n" if( $param{debug} + ); while(<SRC>){ my $linea = $_; chomp($linea); print " DATA >> $linea\n" if( $param{debug} ); push(@hostname, $linea ); } close(SRC); }else{ print " Read DATA $param{m}\n" if( $param{debug} ); print " DATA >> $param{m}\n" if( $param{debug} ); push(@hostname, $param{m} ); } print "OUT TAKE_HostName\n" if( $param{debug} ); return(@hostname); } sub TAKE_Param{ if( @ARGV ){ foreach my $parame ( @ARGV ){ chomp($parame); my($key, $content, $content2)=split( /:/, $parame); if($key =~ /-/ || $key =~ /\//){ $key = lc($key); $key =~ s/-//eg if($key =~ /-/); $key =~ s/\///eg if($key =~ /\//); $content = " " if(!$content); $param{$key} = $content if(!($key eq "log")); $param{$key} = $content.":".$content2 if($key eq "log" +); }else{ &SINTAX_Error(); } } }else{ &SINTAX_Error(); } &SINTAX_Error("Recursive") if($param{"l"} && $param{"m"}); return(%param); } sub ECHO_Param{ print " Debugging Option \n\n"; print " [INPUT Trace] \n"; foreach my $key ( keys(%param) ){ if(!(lc($key) eq "debug")){ chomp($key); print " $options{$key} => $param{$key}\n" if(!($ +param{$key} eq " ")); print " $options{$key}\n" if($param{$key} eq " "); } } print "\n"; print "[BEGIN CODE]\n"; return(); } sub SINTAX_Error{ my($Error) = @_; print " Sintax Error\n\n" if(!$param{help} && !($Error eq "Recursi +ve")); print " Critical Sintax Error\n\n Recursive parameter YOU DONT USE + -l parameter whith -m parameter !\n\n" if($Error eq "Recursive"); print " Help Screen \n\n" if($param{help}); print " Usage $script [ OPTIONS ]\n"; print "\n"; foreach my $linea ( keys(%options) ){ chomp($linea); print " -".$linea.":[".$options_detail{$linea}."] $optio +ns{$linea}\n" if(!($options_detail{$linea} eq " ")); print " -".$linea." ".$options_detail{$linea}." $optio +ns{$linea}\n" if($options_detail{$linea} eq " "); } print "\n Example :\n $example\n"; exit; } format BANNER = @<<<<<<<<<<<<< @<<<<<<<<< Revised : @<<<< +<<<<<<<<<< $script, $version, $revised @<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< @<<<< +<<<<<<<<<< $writer, $written ---------------------------------------------------------------------- +---------- Machine Srv IIS HTTP Port . format INFORME = @<<<<<<<<<<<<< @<<<<<<<<<<< @<<<<<<<<< @<<<<<<<<< $equipo, $status_servicio, $status_http, $port_ok . format LOG_HEADER = @<<<<<<<<<<<<< @<<<<<<<<< Revised : @<<<< +<<<<<<<<<< $script, $version, $revised @<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< @<<<< +<<<<<<<<<< $writer, $written ---------------------------------------------------------------------- +---------- Machine Srv IIS HTTP Port . format LOG = @<<<<<<<<<<<<< @<<<<<<<<<<< @<<<<<<<<< @<<<<<<<<< $equipo, $status_servicio, $status_http, $port_ok .

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