Announce: MailWatch for MailScanner 0.2 (was MailScanner-Con sole )
steve.freegard at LBSLTD.CO.UK
Tue Jun 17 09:45:34 IST 2003
Thanks for this - glad it's working now. I'll add your regex to the source
for the next version.
From: Mike Zanker [mailto:mike at ZANKER.ORG]
Sent: 17 June 2003 09:31
To: MAILSCANNER at JISCMAIL.AC.UK
On 17 June 2003 09:18 +0100 Steve Freegard
<steve.freegard at LBSLTD.CO.UK> wrote:
> The regex works against the report field on the database which
> contains all the reports from MailScanner joined together, so it will
> be slightly different to what you see in the maillog. If you look at
> the message detail for an infected message and look at the 'Report:'
> field, you'll see what I mean.
This is the Report: field for an infected message:
Report: >>> Virus 'EICAR-AV-Test' found in file
> Try this for the regex: '/Sophos: (\S+) found in file (.+)/' - and
> see if that does the trick.
I'm actually using this at the moment:
define(VIRUS_REGEX, '/(>>>) Virus \'(.+)\' found/');
and it seems to be extracting the virus name correctly - at least it
appears as just EICAR-AV-Test in the various reports and the box at the
top right of the main page. The (>>>) is to make sure that the virus
name ends up as the second element of your array.
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