George Raynak is having the same issue. At first I thought it was
because he was on Win 2003, but now I don't know. I loaded it on my
laptop and brought it to all 3 buildings I'm responsible for. It does
seem to be system specific, as George has had it work in one location,
but not in two others.
Because they just discovered this "fingerprint" this is a really quickly
thrown together script.
I'm sorry I can't be more help.
All of my buildings appear to be OK. George said the same of the
building he scanned when it worked.
Bryan Thompson wrote:
> Craig and all,
> I'm trying to run this program (scs x.x.x.x y.y.y.y) and I get the
> following error message - 'The system cannot execute the specified
> program." I am running it on an XP Pro machine. Any ideas?
> Bryan Thompson
> Technology Coordinator
> Winooski School District
> Winooski, VT 05404
> On Tue, Mar 31, 2009 at 9:18 AM, Craig Lyndes @ wcvt.com
> <http://wcvt.com> <[log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
> Tech People,
> I read yesterday that they've figured out how to detect a computer
> with Conficker using a port scanner.
> I have found the attached program written by the people who
> discovered the
> fingerprint. I got it from the following web site;
> It is a windows executable, from the command prompt (Dos). Once it is
> extracted go to the directory where you extracted it and run it
> by the beginning IP address then the ending IP address of the
> range you
> want looked at. A colligue seems to be having trouble running it
> on Win
> 2003, I've had success running it on XP Pro.
> If all you see is No Response (the computers have to be on to be
> and Seems to be Clean then life is good.
> Craig Lyndes
> The following is an automated message from UVM's email gateway:
> This email
> message contained an attachment of a type that could carry a virus.
> The attachment was an archive that contained a type of file that
> we don't
> allow, so the entire attachment was been deleted.
> Attachment name: scs.zip
> UVM has decided to block certain well known executable file types
> at our
> email gateway, to help reduce the risk of email viruses spreading
> on our
> network. This message most likely contained a ZIP attachment. UVM
> allows most ZIP attachments to be delivered, however if a ZIP contains
> a file type that's known to be a common attack method for viruses, we
> drop the ZIP attachment.
> If you get this message, but want the attachment being sent to you,
> we recommend you contact the sender and ask them to use the UVM file
> transfer application at https://www.uvm.edu/filetransfer/ to send
> the file to you.
> This notification is being sent to you for informational purposes. To
> keep nuisance factors and mail traffic under control, the original
> of the message has NOT been notified -- you may want to let them
> know at
> your discretion, if you feel the email you received is legitimate.
> PureMessage Admin <[log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>>
> No virus found in this incoming message.
> Checked by AVG - www.avg.com
> Version: 8.0.238 / Virus Database: 270.11.35/2033 - Release Date: 03/30/09 17:56:00