{Scanned} Re: {Scanned} Re: ProcessClamAVOutput : unrecognised line ... contact the authors

Desai, Jason jase at SENSIS.COM
Fri Nov 12 15:18:37 GMT 2004

Are you sure all of your paths in your MailScanner.conf file are absolute
paths and do not contain any symbolic links?
-----Original Message-----
From: Koen Teugels [mailto:kte at NEXIS.BE]
Sent: Friday, November 12, 2004 8:46 AM
Subject: [MAILSCANNER] {Scanned} Re: {Scanned} Re:
ProcessClamAVOutput: unrecognised line ... contact the authors

Just did some more testing. And I don't think it is the virus
scanner. Because I tried another one and the virus still passes. So
i think it must be the unzip / tar that has a problem. all tgz have
this problem.


Koen Teugels wrote:
      Could it be that mailscanner has problems with .tgz

      just test the copfilter-0.0.95.tgz with bitdefender
      only and he lets the
      eicar virus pass. When I put the virus direct or in a
      simple zip files
      he doesn't pass.
      But the copfilter-0.0.95.tgz virusscan gives as output
      in maillog
      viruses found. But doesn't do anything with it.

      thanks Koen

      Julian Field wrote:

            Please upgrade your clamav to the latest
            CVS version available from
            www.clamav.net and try the test again.

            Koen Teugels wrote:

                  Virus Scanners = clamav
                  clamav is at version 0.80.1 and
                  Bt they let pass the attachment
                  copfilter-0.0.95.tgz with the
                  eicar test
                  virus in it with status clean.
                  I use a  RHEL clone with the
                  latest yum updates.
                  with spamassassin 3.0.1 and
                  plugins DCC, razor and ...
                  Just a standard install no
                  custom rules yet.

                  Thanks Koen

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