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Set Signer = CreateObject("ScriptingSigner") File = WScriptArgumentsNamed("file") Cert = WScriptArgumentsNamed("cert")
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If you don't want to mess around with software restriction policies, you can also rely on WSH's own built-in form of security policy This policy allows you to specify that only signed scripts will be run; unsigned scripts won't be This is probably the easiest and most effective way to prevent most unauthorized scripts To set the policy, open the registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows Script Host\Settings\TrustPolicy Set the value to 0 to run all scripts, 1 to prompt the user if the script is untrusted, and 2 to only run trusted scripts What's a trusted script Any script that has been digitally signed by a certificate that the user's computer is configured to trust For example, if you purchase a certificate from VeriSign (which all Windows computers trust by default), and use that certificate to sign your scripts, they'll run Unfortunately, a hacker could do the same thing but you could easily investigate the source of the certificate, because it's a way to uniquely identify the signer Using this built-in trust policy allows you to run only signed scripts no matter what version of Windows your users have, provided you've deployed WSH 56 or later to all computers Note that this technique, because it relies on WSH and not the operating system, works on all operating systems capable of running WSH Many of the other techniques in this chapter such as Software Restriction Policies run only on Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, and later < Day Day Up >
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Although Software Restriction Policies offer a promising way to control what runs on your users' computers, it's only available on XP and 2003, and does require some pretty significant planning before you can roll it out Are there any alternatives to safely scripting Absolutely
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One of the easiest ways is to configure your users' computers to no longer associate VBS, SCR, WSF, and other filename extensions with the WScriptexe executable Removing these file associations prevents users from double-clicking any script files and having them automatically run To keep your own scripts running, simply associate a new filename extension such as CORPSCRIPT with WScriptexe Name trusted scripts appropriately, and they'll run It's unlikely a hacker can guess your private filename extension, making this a simple, reasonably effective means of establishing a safer scripting environment
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As I described earlier in this chapter, signing your scripts is a simple and effective way to guarantee their identity By globally setting the WSH trust policy, you can prevent your computers from running untrusted scripts There doesn't have to be much expense associated with this technique: You can establish your own Certification Authority (CA) root, use Group Policy to configure all client computers to trust that root, and then use the root to issue yourself a code-signing certificate
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Most modern antivirus software watches for script launches and displays some kind of warning message I don't consider this an effective means of protecting your enterprise from unauthorized scripts; it's difficult to communicate to your users which scripts are "good" and which are "bad," putting them into just as much trouble as before the antivirus solution stepped in to help However, such software can provide an easy-to-deploy means of protecting against scripts, especially if you aren't planning to use your own scripts on users' machines (as in logon scripts)
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Some popular techniques have been used in the past to control scripting that I want to discuss very briefly I don't consider these methods reliable, secure, or desirable Removing WScriptexe and Cscriptexe Under Windows 2000 and later, these two files are under Windows File Protection and are not easily removed to begin with Plus, doing so completely disables scripting, which probably isn't a goal if you're reading this book Disassociating the VBS, WSF, and other filename extensions Scripts can still be executed by running Wscriptexe scriptname, because that doesn't require a filename extension In other words, it doesn't require much effort for hackers to e-mail shortcuts that do precisely that, thus defeating this technique as a safety measure Renaming WScriptexe to something else This is ineffective Although it prevents the existing file extensions (VBS, etc) from launching WScriptexe, it doesn't necessarily prevent scripts from running Additionally, because WScriptexe is under Windows File Protection on Windows 2000 and later, the file may eventually wind up being replaced under your nose < Day Day Up >