Port Scan Commands

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Detecting malware infections (Nmap)

One type of script that can be written for Nmap is to look for signatures of known server compromises. This involves creating a script that scans for specific patterns or behaviors that are indicative of a compromised server. These patterns could include the presence of certain files, changes to system configurations, or unusual network activity.

By running this script during a network scan, users can quickly identify servers that may have been compromised, allowing them to take appropriate action to secure their network.

It's important to note that while Nmap scripts can be useful for identifying known compromises, they are not a substitute for comprehensive security measures such as regular vulnerability assessments, intrusion detection systems, and proper security configurations. Additionally, running Nmap scripts against systems without proper authorization may be illegal and unethical, so it's important to use them responsibly and with permission.

nmap -sV --script=http-malware-host [target]

[target]: Is you Domain host name or IP