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BlockNimba.vbs

Description
This script searches for Nimda requests in the IIS log files for the default website, blocks those IP addresses, and then echoes the blocked IP's to the cmd-line. This script can be run from any directory and does not accept any cmd-line parameters.

Note: Nimda only makes requests for the IIS default website.

Requirements

You must install and use the Log Parser tool.

Supported Platforms

Windows Server 2003

Yes

Windows XP

No

Windows 2000

Yes


Script Code



' This script parses the W3C log files for the default web site,
 finds the ip addresses
'  of all the clients sending NIMDA requests and adds these 
ip addresses to the list
'  of denied IP addresses for the web site.

DIM nSiteID     : nSiteID = 1

DIM IPs         : IPs = ARRAY(0)

DIM objLogQuery : SET objLogQuery = 
WScript.CreateObject("MSUtil.LogQuery")

DIM recordSet

DIM SelectStr


' Get the distinct IP addresses sending NIMDA 
requests and store them in an array

SelectStr = "SELECT DISTINCT c-ip FROM <" & 
nSiteID & "> WHERE "

SelectStr = SelectStr & "cs-uri-stem LIKE '%cmd.exe%' 
OR cs-uri-stem LIKE '%root.exe%'"

SET recordSet=objLogQuery.Execute(SelectStr)

DO WHILE NOT recordset.atEnd

      IF recordSet.GetRecord().isNull(0) = FALSE THEN
      
            REDIM PRESERVE IPs(UBOUND(IPs)+1)
            
            IPs(UBOUND(IPs)-1) =
             recordSet.GetRecord().getValue(0)
             
      END IF
      
      recordset.MoveNext
      
LOOP

recordSet.close


IF UBOUND(IPs) > 0 THEN

      WScript.Echo("Blocking the following IP addresses:")
      
      FOR t=0 TO UBOUND(IPs)-1
      
            WScript.Echo "IP: " & IPs(t)
            
      NEXT
      
      
      'Get the already blocked IP addresses
      
      DIM BlockedIPs : BlockedIPs = GetBlockedIPs
      
      
      'Block the non-blocked IP addresses
      
      FOR t=0 TO UBOUND(IPs)-1
      
        IF IsIn(IPs(t), BlockedIPs) = FALSE THEN
        
            REDIM PRESERVE BlockedIPs(UBOUND
            
            (BlockedIPs)+1)
            
            BlockedIPs(UBOUND(BlockedIPs))=IPs(t) & ", 
            255.255.255.255"
            
        END IF
        
      NEXT
      
      IF UBOUND(BlockedIPs) > 0 THEN
      
          BlockIPs(BlockedIPs)
          
      END IF
      
ELSE

      WScript.Echo("No IP addresses to block")
      
END IF

WScript.Quit


' This function returns an array of all the IP 
addresses currently denied

FUNCTION GetBlockedIPs()

      DIM rootObj : SET rootObj = 
      GetObject("IIS://localhost/W3SVC/" 
            & nSiteID & "/Root")
            
      DIM ipSecObj : SET ipSecObj = rootObj.IPSecurity
      
      GetBlockedIPs = ipSecObj.IPDeny
      
END FUNCTION


' This function adds each IP address in the argument array to 
the list of IP addresses to deny access from

FUNCTION BlockIPs(IPAddresses)

      DIM rootObj : SET rootObj =  
      GetObject("IIS://localhost/W3SVC/1/Root")
      
      DIM ipSecObj : SET ipSecObj = rootObj.IPSecurity
      
      ipSecObj.GrantByDefault = TRUE
      
      ipSecObj.IPDeny = IPAddresses
      
      rootObj.IPSecurity = ipSecObj
      
      rootObj.SetInfo
END FUNCTION



' This function returns TRUE if the specified element is 
in the specified array

FUNCTION IsIn(element, arrayObj)

      if UBOUND(arrayObj) = -1 THEN
      
            IsIn = FALSE
            
      END IF
      
      FOR i=0 TO UBOUND(arrayObj)
      
            DIM IPs
            
            IPs = Split(arrayObj(i),",")
            
            IF IPs(0)=element THEN
            
                  IsIn = TRUE
                  
                  EXIT FUNCTION
                  
            END IF
            
      NEXT
      
      IsIn = FALSE
      
END FUNCTION




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