[Solved] No Detected Applications & Enumerating Drive Stall



  • I have no detected applications when I logon at:
    https://personal.vulndetect.com/#/applications

    I tried the command "secteer --immediate" at an administrator command prompt. It enumerates my 😄 and d: drives, but when it gets to my e: drive the program hangs and does nothing. I have let it wait a good while a few times. Any ideas? Below is text from administrator command prompt:

    C:\Program Files (x86)\SecTeer VulnDetect>secteer --check-in --immediate
    [2018-12-31 04:20:57.625-0360] SecTeer Agent v0.10.11.0 starting in immediate mode
    [2018-12-31 04:20:57.625-0360] Starting SecTeer Agent in immediate mode
    [2018-12-31 04:20:57.627-0360] Running immediate inspection
    [2018-12-31 04:20:57.628-0360] Configuration:
    version:: 0.10.11.0
    authToken : ba0b2e67-f4ec-4b88-80ae-xxxxxxxxxxxx
    server : agent.vulndetect.com
    guid1::
    guid2::
    guid3::
    checkInInterval:: 3600 seconds
    checkInRetryDelay:: 360 seconds
    maxCheckInRetryCount:: 10
    dataRetryDelay:: 1800 seconds
    inspectionWindow:: 21600 seconds
    timezoneOffset : -360 minutes
    checkInNow : true
    inspectNow : true
    noFilesystem:: false
    noRegistry:: false
    noWinUpdate:: false
    noSystem:: false
    noPackage:: true
    [2018-12-31 04:20:57.628-0360] Starting system inspection
    [2018-12-31 04:20:57.628-0360] Fetching inspection rules from server
    [2018-12-31 04:20:57.672-0360] Connecting to server: agent.vulndetect.com
    [2018-12-31 04:20:58.451-0360] Server returned 200 => OK
    [2018-12-31 04:20:58.455-0360] Found 'computerName' = 'LIVERNUGGET'
    [2018-12-31 04:20:58.511-0360] Enumerating Win32_OperatingSystem
    [2018-12-31 04:20:58.642-0360] Enumerating Win32_Bios
    [2018-12-31 04:20:58.666-0360] Searching updates: IsInstalled=0
    [2018-12-31 04:21:17.827-0360] Found 1 updates
    [2018-12-31 04:21:17.832-0360] Searching updates: IsInstalled=1
    [2018-12-31 04:21:30.659-0360] Found 70 updates
    [2018-12-31 04:21:30.897-0360] Filesystem redirection status: Redirection disabled
    [2018-12-31 04:21:30.897-0360] Enumerating 'C:'
    [2018-12-31 04:21:30.932-0360] Skipping 'C:$WINDOWS.~BT', since it is blacklisted
    [2018-12-31 04:21:30.932-0360] Skipping 'C:$Windows.~WS', since it is blacklisted
    [2018-12-31 04:21:33.787-0360] Skipping 'C:\System Volume Information', since it is blacklisted
    [2018-12-31 04:21:36.586-0360] Skipping 'C:\Windows\InfusedApps', since it is blacklisted
    [2018-12-31 04:21:36.588-0360] Skipping 'C:\Windows\Installer', since it is blacklisted
    [2018-12-31 04:21:39.447-0360] Skipping 'C:\Windows\WinSxS', since it is blacklisted
    [2018-12-31 04:21:39.455-0360] Enumerating 'D:'
    [2018-12-31 04:21:40.257-0360] Enumerating 'E:'


  • Community Moderator

    OK, I mark the topic as Solved and move it to the category Solved Bugs and Issues.



  • @Tom Hi Tom....it looks like things are working ok now. Thanks.


  • VulnDetect Team Member

    @scottsan Thank you so much for sending this. I hope and believe that we nailed the issue this time, a new agent has been released:
    https://vulndetect.org/topic/411/release-secteer-vulndetect-agent-v1-0-1-0

    You may download it here:
    https://vulndetect.com/dl/secteerSetup.exe


  • VulnDetect Team Member

    @scottsan Thank you very much. You can send it to
    tom [at] vulndetect [dot] com



  • @Anselm I have a zipped PML file that is 1.5MB. How do I get it to you?



  • @tom saving the result from procmon as "native process monitor format (PML)" and you can load it at another computer with procmon and you can use the functionality of procmon (e.g. filter) for analysing. Compressing PML file with 7z and compression level ultra can save ~90% of size.



  • @Tom I ran procmon as instructed and have a .csv file of when the secteer command was started. The file is about 6MB. How can I send this to you?

    Here is some info from the file:

    ![0_1549303710471_9b918d37-215f-43a0-9ea3-b45c0b5c3844-image.png](Uploading 100%)
    46:27.7 secteer.exe 10620 QueryDirectory E:\ NO MORE FILES
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    46:27.7 secteer.exe 15320 CreateFile C:\Windows SUCCESS Desired Access: Execute/Traverse, Synchronize, Disposition: Open, Options: Directory, Synchronous IO Non-Alert, Attributes: n/a, ShareMode: Read, Write, AllocationSize: n/a, OpenResult: Opened
    46:27.7 secteer.exe 10620 QueryDirectory E:\ NO MORE FILES
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    46:27.7 secteer.exe 15320 CreateFile C:\Windows\System32\wow64log.dll NAME NOT FOUND Desired Access: Read Attributes, Disposition: Open, Options: Open Reparse Point, Attributes: n/a, ShareMode: Read, Write, Delete, AllocationSize: n/a
    46:27.7 secteer.exe 10620 QueryDirectory E:\ NO MORE FILES
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    46:27.7 secteer.exe 15320 CreateFile C:\Windows SUCCESS Desired Access: Read Attributes, Synchronize, Disposition: Open, Options: Synchronous IO Non-Alert, Attributes: n/a, ShareMode: Read, Write, Delete, AllocationSize: n/a, OpenResult: Opened
    46:27.7 secteer.exe 10620 QueryDirectory E:\ NO MORE FILES
    46:27.7 secteer.exe 15320 QueryNameInformationFile C:\Windows SUCCESS Name: \Windows
    46:27.7 secteer.exe 15320 CloseFile C:\Windows SUCCESS
    46:27.7 secteer.exe 10620 QueryDirectory E:\ NO MORE FILES
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    46:27.7 secteer.exe 15320 CreateFile C:\Program Files (x86)\SecTeer VulnDetect SUCCESS Desired Access: Execute/Traverse, Synchronize, Disposition: Open, Options: Directory, Synchronous IO Non-Alert, Attributes: n/a, ShareMode: Read, Write, AllocationSize: n/a, OpenResult: Opened
    46:27.7 secteer.exe 10620 QueryDirectory E:\ NO MORE FILES
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    46:27.7 secteer.exe 15320 CreateFile C:\Windows\SysWOW64\apphelp.dll SUCCESS Desired Access: Read Attributes, Disposition: Open, Options: Open Reparse Point, Attributes: n/a, ShareMode: Read, Write, Delete, AllocationSize: n/a, OpenResult: Opened
    46:27.7 secteer.exe 10620 QueryDirectory E:\ NO MORE FILES
    46:27.7 secteer.exe 15320 QueryBasicInformationFile C:\Windows\SysWOW64\apphelp.dll SUCCESS CreationTime: 2019-01-22 8:49:48 PM, LastAccessTime: 2019-01-22 8:49:48 PM, LastWriteTime: 2019-01-22 8:49:48 PM, ChangeTime: 2019-01-22 9:06:55 PM, FileAttributes: A
    46:27.7 secteer.exe 15320 CloseFile C:\Windows\SysWOW64\apphelp.dll SUCCESS
    46:27.7 secteer.exe 10620 QueryDirectory E:\ NO MORE FILES
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    46:27.7 secteer.exe 15320 CreateFile C:\Windows\SysWOW64\apphelp.dll SUCCESS Desired Access: Read Data/List Directory, Execute/Traverse, Synchronize, Disposition: Open, Options: Synchronous IO Non-Alert, Non-Directory File, Attributes: n/a, ShareMode: Read, Delete, AllocationSize: n/a, OpenResult: Opened
    46:27.7 secteer.exe 10620 QueryDirectory E:\ NO MORE FILES
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    46:27.7 secteer.exe 15320 CreateFileMapping C:\Windows\SysWOW64\apphelp.dll FILE LOCKED WITH ONLY READERS SyncType: SyncTypeCreateSection, PageProtection: PAGE_EXECUTE|PAGE_NOCACHE
    46:27.7 secteer.exe 15320 CreateFileMapping C:\Windows\SysWOW64\apphelp.dll SUCCESS SyncType: SyncTypeOther
    46:27.7 secteer.exe 10620 QueryDirectory E:\ NO MORE FILES
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    46:27.7 secteer.exe 15320 CloseFile C:\Windows\SysWOW64\apphelp.dll SUCCESS
    46:27.7 secteer.exe 10620 QueryDirectory E:\ NO MORE FILES


  • VulnDetect Team Member

    @scottsan I spoke to the developer of the agent and he needs some more debug info, to find out what is going on.

    We would very much appreciate if you would follow his instructions and provide us feedback:

    Download ProcMon:
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/procmon
    
    Run ProcMon as an administrative user.
    Add the following filters:
    Process Name is not secteer.exe => Exclude
    Event Class is Registry => Exclude
    Event Class is Network => Exclude
    Event Class is Process => Exclude
    Event Class is Profiling => Exclude
    
    Make sure Edit -> Auto Scroll is enabled.
    Make sure File -> Capture Events is enabled.
    
    In an administrative command prompt, run:
    secteer.exe --immediate --suppress-console --path e:\
    
    And watch the output of ProcMon to see what directories it is accessing, and if there are any hints as to what the issue is.
    Is there a directory loop with infinitely recursing directories ?
    Does the output stop at any point, and if so, what is the path ?
    Is it very slow to enumerate the drive ?
    


  • @scottsan We will come back with either a new version soon or some suggestions about how to troubleshoot it.
    The only workaround so far is by using the ignore option in the registry as discussed in this thread:
    https://vulndetect.org/topic/144/work-in-progress-exclude-specific-drives-folders-from-scan



  • @Tom I tried the latest version of the agent and there is no change. I let it run for several hours and it just sits at Enumerating 'E:'. See details below.

    C:\Program Files (x86)\SecTeer VulnDetect>secteer --immediate
    [2019-02-01 03:17:14.122-0360] SecTeer Agent v1.0.0.0 starting in immediate mode
    [2019-02-01 03:17:14.122-0360] Starting SecTeer Agent in immediate mode
    [2019-02-01 03:17:14.126-0360] Running immediate inspection
    [2019-02-01 03:17:14.126-0360] Configuration:
    version:: 1.0.0.0
    authToken : 5cafb66c-fb52-4ad2-bd72-xxxxxxxxxxxx
    server : agent.vulndetect.com
    guid1::
    guid2::
    guid3::
    checkInInterval:: 600 seconds
    checkInRetryDelay:: 60 seconds
    maxCheckInRetryCount:: 10
    dataRetryDelay:: 1800 seconds
    inspectionWindow:: 21600 seconds
    timezoneOffset : -360 minutes
    currentTime:: 2019-01-31 21:17:14 (local time)
    checkInNow:: false
    inspectNow : true
    noFilesystem:: false
    noRegistry:: false
    noWinUpdate:: false
    noSystem:: false
    noPackage:: true
    inspectRemote:: false
    [2019-02-01 03:17:14.126-0360] Starting system inspection
    [2019-02-01 03:17:14.126-0360] Fetching inspection rules from server
    [2019-02-01 03:17:14.161-0360] Connecting to server: agent.vulndetect.com
    [2019-02-01 03:17:14.955-0360] Server returned 200 => OK
    [2019-02-01 03:17:14.958-0360] Found 'computerName' = 'LIVERNUGGET'
    [2019-02-01 03:17:15.030-0360] Enumerating Win32_OperatingSystem
    [2019-02-01 03:17:15.120-0360] Enumerating Win32_Bios
    [2019-02-01 03:17:15.153-0360] Searching updates: IsInstalled=0
    [2019-02-01 03:17:38.605-0360] Found 1 updates
    [2019-02-01 03:17:38.610-0360] Searching updates: IsInstalled=1
    [2019-02-01 03:17:53.877-0360] Found 71 updates
    [2019-02-01 03:17:54.112-0360] Filesystem redirection status: Redirection disabled
    [2019-02-01 03:17:54.112-0360] Enumerating 'C:'
    [2019-02-01 03:17:54.151-0360] Skipping 'C:$Windows.~WS', since it is blacklisted
    [2019-02-01 03:17:59.775-0360] Skipping 'C:\System Volume Information', since it is blacklisted
    [2019-02-01 03:18:03.357-0360] Skipping 'C:\Windows\InfusedApps', since it is blacklisted
    [2019-02-01 03:18:03.360-0360] Skipping 'C:\Windows\Installer', since it is blacklisted
    [2019-02-01 03:18:06.513-0360] Skipping 'C:\Windows\WinSxS', since it is blacklisted
    [2019-02-01 03:18:06.520-0360] Enumerating 'D:'
    [2019-02-01 03:18:10.193-0360] Enumerating 'E:'


  • VulnDetect Team Member

    @scottsan We now have a new version of the agent, can you please test it and report back to us?
    https://test.vulndetect.com/dl/secteerSetup.exe

    The new version is NOT available from the normal download location yet.


  • VulnDetect Team Member

    @Tom We plan to start making improvements to the agent on Monday, I hope you will have time to test during next week.


  • VulnDetect Team Member

    @scottsan It is the next thing on our todo, we have an update we need to push later this week. And after that we will dedicate some time to improve some things in the agent, which we believe will fix your issue.



  • @Tom Any progress on my issue? The SecTeer VulnDetect software flat out does not work for me now. It did work fine for me a few months back. So meanwhile I have installed SUMo Software Update Monitor at https://kcsoftwares.com/files/sumo_lite.exe . It just works and even though it is a little more complicated to use.



  • @Tom My E: drive is one of 3 storage partitions (D:, E:. and F:) on a Western Digital 1 GB spinning hard drive....nothing special. I let the software run for about for 4 hours and it just sits at Enumerating 'e:' . See results below

    C:\Program Files (x86)\SecTeer VulnDetect>secteer.exe --immediate --path=e:
    [2019-01-05 00:14:39.814-0360] SecTeer Agent v0.10.11.0 starting in immediate mode
    [2019-01-05 00:14:39.814-0360] Starting SecTeer Agent in immediate mode
    [2019-01-05 00:14:39.817-0360] Running immediate inspection
    [2019-01-05 00:14:39.817-0360] Configuration:
    version:: 0.10.11.0
    authToken : cfc90742-f4ea-45d8-8bc8-xxxxxxxxxxxx
    server : agent.vulndetect.com
    guid1::
    guid2::
    guid3::
    checkInInterval:: 3600 seconds
    checkInRetryDelay:: 360 seconds
    maxCheckInRetryCount:: 10
    dataRetryDelay:: 1800 seconds
    inspectionWindow:: 21600 seconds
    timezoneOffset : -360 minutes
    checkInNow:: false
    inspectNow : true
    inspectionPath : e:
    noFilesystem:: false
    noRegistry:: false
    noWinUpdate:: false
    noSystem:: false
    noPackage:: true
    [2019-01-05 00:14:39.817-0360] Starting system inspection
    [2019-01-05 00:14:39.817-0360] Fetching inspection rules from server
    [2019-01-05 00:14:39.843-0360] Connecting to server: agent.vulndetect.com
    [2019-01-05 00:14:40.620-0360] Server returned 200 => OK
    [2019-01-05 00:14:40.624-0360] Found 'computerName' = 'LIVERNUGGET'
    [2019-01-05 00:14:40.679-0360] Enumerating Win32_OperatingSystem
    [2019-01-05 00:14:40.750-0360] Enumerating Win32_Bios
    [2019-01-05 00:14:40.781-0360] Searching updates: IsInstalled=0
    [2019-01-05 00:15:05.867-0360] Found 1 updates
    [2019-01-05 00:15:05.872-0360] Searching updates: IsInstalled=1
    [2019-01-05 00:15:17.961-0360] Found 70 updates
    [2019-01-05 00:15:18.132-0360] Filesystem redirection status: Redirection disabled
    [2019-01-05 00:15:18.132-0360] Enumerating 'e:'
    ^C
    C:\Program Files (x86)\SecTeer VulnDetect>secteer.exe --immediate --path=e:
    [2019-01-05 04:31:50.170-0360] SecTeer Agent v0.10.11.0 starting in immediate mode
    [2019-01-05 04:31:50.170-0360] Starting SecTeer Agent in immediate mode
    [2019-01-05 04:31:50.174-0360] Running immediate inspection
    [2019-01-05 04:31:50.174-0360] Configuration:
    version:: 0.10.11.0
    authToken : cfc90742-f4ea-45d8-8bc8-xxxxxxxxxxxx
    server : agent.vulndetect.com
    guid1::
    guid2::
    guid3::
    checkInInterval:: 3600 seconds
    checkInRetryDelay:: 360 seconds
    maxCheckInRetryCount:: 10
    dataRetryDelay:: 1800 seconds
    inspectionWindow:: 21600 seconds
    timezoneOffset : -360 minutes
    checkInNow:: false
    inspectNow : true
    inspectionPath : e:
    noFilesystem:: false
    noRegistry:: false
    noWinUpdate:: false
    noSystem:: false
    noPackage:: true
    [2019-01-05 04:31:50.174-0360] Starting system inspection
    [2019-01-05 04:31:50.174-0360] Fetching inspection rules from server
    [2019-01-05 04:31:50.205-0360] Connecting to server: agent.vulndetect.com
    [2019-01-05 04:31:51.040-0360] Server returned 200 => OK
    [2019-01-05 04:31:51.044-0360] Found 'computerName' = 'LIVERNUGGET'
    [2019-01-05 04:31:51.099-0360] Enumerating Win32_OperatingSystem
    [2019-01-05 04:31:51.171-0360] Enumerating Win32_Bios
    [2019-01-05 04:31:51.194-0360] Searching updates: IsInstalled=0
    [2019-01-05 04:32:15.667-0360] Found 1 updates
    [2019-01-05 04:32:15.672-0360] Searching updates: IsInstalled=1
    ^C
    C:\Program Files (x86)\SecTeer VulnDetect>


  • VulnDetect Team Member

    @scottsan
    What kind of drive is the E drive?
    Could you try to leave it running for hours and use
    secteer.exe --immedate --path=e:\
    without the " as I wrongly suggested initially.

    At the moment we don't have very good options for debugging this. But we do have plans to improve the inspection and the debugging / logging of what is going on, so we can troubleshoot this better. But we have another task that we need to complete first. And then I believe this is the highest priority.



  • @Tom Hi...I have tried scanning my e: drive by itself and the program stalls. Any ideas?



  • @Tom Tried the command and the program stalls when enumerating e:\ drive. See results below.

    C:\Program Files (x86)\SecTeer VulnDetect>secteer -v --immediate --path e:
    [2019-01-01 16:25:09.635-0360] SecTeer Agent v0.10.11.0 starting in immediate mode
    [2019-01-01 16:25:09.635-0360] Starting SecTeer Agent in immediate mode
    [2019-01-01 16:25:09.637-0360] Running immediate inspection
    [2019-01-01 16:25:09.637-0360] Configuration:
    version:: 0.10.11.0
    authToken : ba0b2e67-f4ec-4b88-80ae-xxxxxxxxxxxx
    server : agent.vulndetect.com
    guid1::
    guid2::
    guid3::
    checkInInterval:: 3600 seconds
    checkInRetryDelay:: 360 seconds
    maxCheckInRetryCount:: 10
    dataRetryDelay:: 1800 seconds
    inspectionWindow:: 21600 seconds
    timezoneOffset : -360 minutes
    checkInNow:: false
    inspectNow : true
    inspectionPath : e:
    noFilesystem:: false
    noRegistry:: false
    noWinUpdate:: false
    noSystem:: false
    noPackage:: true
    [2019-01-01 16:25:09.637-0360] Starting system inspection
    [2019-01-01 16:25:09.637-0360] Fetching inspection rules from server
    [2019-01-01 16:25:09.669-0360] Connecting to server: agent.vulndetect.com
    [2019-01-01 16:25:10.542-0360] Server returned 200 => OK
    [2019-01-01 16:25:10.547-0360] Found 'computerName' = 'LIVERNUGGET'
    [2019-01-01 16:25:10.609-0360] Enumerating Win32_OperatingSystem
    [2019-01-01 16:25:10.668-0360] Enumerating Win32_Bios
    [2019-01-01 16:25:10.700-0360] Searching updates: IsInstalled=0
    [2019-01-01 16:25:29.020-0360] Found 1 updates
    [2019-01-01 16:25:29.026-0360] Searching updates: IsInstalled=1
    [2019-01-01 16:25:40.697-0360] Found 70 updates
    [2019-01-01 16:25:40.892-0360] Filesystem redirection status: Redirection disabled
    [2019-01-01 16:25:40.892-0360] Enumerating 'e:'


  • VulnDetect Team Member

    Thank you.

    Could you try to do a:

    secteer -v --immediate --path e:\
    

    If it reveals path and filenames that you don't want to share on the forum, then you are welcome to send the log via email to tom [at] vulndetect [dot] com