RE: Nmap - 3.50 changes mstask.exe?

From: David LeBlanc (dleblanc_at_exchange.microsoft.com)
Date: 02/28/04

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    Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2004 16:01:45 -0800
    To: "Max" <security@webwizarddesign.com>
    
    

    Max said:
    <kidding>
    Was it the evil, intrusive syn scan or the destructive OS fingerprinting
    that
    transferred mstask.exe from your computer to the machines in question?
    :):)
    Or did nmap confuse the Windows TCP/IP stack enough that the stack
    itself
    decided to copy another program over mstask.exe?!?! :) Ahah!
    </kidding>

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    ROTFLMAO

    The ISS Scanner once got blamed for causing a user's CD to wobble, which
    worked the cable loose, which cause motherboard hiccups. The user
    insisted that the scanner was "abusing her system".

    Ask him to set up a controlled repro, and make sure you bet him a 6 of
    good beer over whether it repros. >8-)

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