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Web-Crawler for MS14-066 (WinShock)

(Deutsche Fassung)

CERT.at - the National Computer Emergency Response Team of Austria - is searching for vulnerable software-installations within our constituency. The intent is to help the people responsible to close the security-holes. To achieve this, we have implemented an automatic crawler (like the common searchengines use) which visits IP addresses within Austrian IP ranges.

The crawler identifies itself as CERT.at-Crawler/1.0 (+http://www.cert.at/about/crawlerms14066/content.html).

How does it work?

Currently the crawler tries to retrieve/verify the following:
  1. (retrieve) Index-/Entry-Page
  2. (verify) if Internet Information Services for Windows Server (IIS)
  3. (verify) supported SSL/TLS-Ciphers

Frequently asked questions

Why does CERT.at do this?

The collected data is used to warn operators of affected (currently unpatched) systems and to assess the situation within Austria. CERT.at will not give the data to third parties.

I don't want CERT.at accessing my IP address, how can I prevent that?

Don't hesitate to contact us! See our contact page for details.

There's a technical problem with your crawler, help!

Don't hesitate to contact us! See our contact page for details.

Email: reports@cert.at
Phone: +43 1 5056416 78
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