dinardo at creasoftware
Feb 4, 2009, 1:05 AM
Post #1 of 1
Sigtool and multiple signature
how to add more virus signature to unique file user defined? (.cvd or .hdb,
I've found this:
sigtool --md5 sub7.exe > test.hdb
but it create unique file (test.hdb) with unique signature.
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[mailto:clamav-win32-bounces [at] lists] Per conto di Jeremy
Inviato: giovedý 29 gennaio 2009 9.49
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Oggetto: Re: [clamav-win32] Clam for W32 updates? Forgotten project?
That's correct. AlwaysUp lets you do things like automatically restart the
service if it crashes, or send email alerts, and that
kinda stuff. But if you just want to run clamd as a service without any
bells and whistles, then you don't need a program like
AlwaysUp, you can just run clamd with the --install switch to install the
built-in service feature (assuming you have clamd from
http://hideout.ath.cx/clamav or http://oss.netfarm.it/clamav).
"Jeff" <jeffshead [at] gmail> wrote in message
> Just to clarify, are you saying AlwaysUp can be used for more
> but is not needed to run clamd as a service?
> Kindest regards,
> Jeff Lamb
> -----Original Message-----
> From: clamav-win32-bounces [at] lists
> [mailto:clamav-win32-bounces [at] lists] On Behalf Of Jeremy
> Sent: Wednesday, January 28, 2009 3:46 AM
> To: clamav-win32 [at] lists
> Subject: Re: [clamav-win32] Clam for W32 updates? Forgotten project?
> "Jeff" <jeffshead [at] gmail> wrote in message
>> "If you run clamd.exe and/or freshclam.exe from the command line using
>> --install switch, it will install a Windows service for each of them."
>> I'm not sure I understand. Are you saying one just needs to run each
>> with the '-install' switch (one time) and that will create a Windows
>> for each that can then be set up to run while logged off?
>> So far, I have only been able to get Nigel's version with Power Tools to
>> work properly with my e-mail server and a Perl upload script. I have
>> the others with third party Windows service makers, but could not get
>> to work.
> Yes, that's exactly correct! Just run it once with that switch and it
> installs a regular Windows Service (which you can view with
> all the other services via the Services icon in Control Panel ->
> Administrative Tools).
> I've also successfully run clamd as a service using AlwaysUp
> (http://www.coretechnologies.com/products/AlwaysUp/) - it's an
> inexpensive, commercial program for running applications as services - it
> gives you a lot more control and functionality over
> PowerTools or similar Windows Service tools.
> - Jeremy
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: clamav-win32-bounces [at] lists
>> [mailto:clamav-win32-bounces [at] lists] On Behalf Of Jeremy
>> Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2009 4:20 AM
>> To: clamav-win32 [at] lists
>> Subject: Re: [clamav-win32] Clam for W32 updates? Forgotten project?
>> "rkml" <rkml [at] cyberglobe> wrote in message
>> news:05FB7C0252944A9D85B5F912F65B7916 [at] rkhome
>>> The one thing I would really like to see is if ClamAV can run in service
>>> mode natively. Then I would not need to login the machine after a
>>> to start up the dos batch file to keep it up and running.
>> I use the native Windows build at http://hideout.ath.cx/clamav, which
>> in fact have service mode support built in. If you run
>> clamd.exe and/or freshclam.exe from the command line using the --install
>> switch, it will install a Windows service for each of them.
>> And it doesn't use Cygwin either! :)