Monthly Archives: November 2018

Making CVE-1999-0016 (landc) vulnerability detection script for Windows NT

The fair question is why in 2018 someone might want to deal with Windows NT and vulnerabilities in it. Now Windows NT is a great analogue of DVWA (Damn Vulnerable Web Application), but for operating systems. There are a lot of well-described vulnerabilities with ready-made exploits. A great tool for practising.

Making CVE-1999-0016 (landc) vulnerability detection script for Windows NT

Well, despite the fact that this operating system is not supported since 2004, it can be used in some weird legacy systems. 😉

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Adding custom NASL plugins to Tenable Nessus

Making custom NASL scripts (plugins) for Nessus is a pretty complicated process. Basically, NASL (Nessus Attack Scripting Language) is an internal instrument of Tenable and it seem that they are not really interested in sharing it with the community. The only publicly available official documentation, NASL Reference Guide and NASL2 reference manual, was written at least 13 years ago. Certainly many things changed since then in the actual product.

Adding custom NASL plugins to Tenable Nessus

However, it’s still possible to add custom NASL scripts into the plugin set of your Nessus server. Let’s see how to do it. Everything was tested in the latest Nessus 8.

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