Extension attributes are custom fields that allow you to collect almost any piece of attribute data from a computer.
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This attribute returns the Virus Definitions Date for ClamXav. This attribute template applies to ClamXav (v 2.0.5).
ClamXav - Virus Definition Date.xml (816 B)
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This script will force sophos to perform a virus scan on the hard drive and will quarantine any infected files if desired. The default behavior of the script is to simply perform a scan of the drive and report back any infected files in the output of the script. Additionally, files can be quarantined if found to be infected with a virus. Please note that this script was created using the latest version of ClamXav available at the time of the script creation (1.1.1). Compatibility with versions of ClamXav created prior to and post 1.1.1 is unknown at this time.
runClamXavScan.sh (5.60 KB)
This script will download the latest virus definitions for ClamXav for mac to ensure that the latest definition set is being used whenever ClamXav is run. Please note that this script was created using the latest version of ClamXav available at the time of the script creation (1.1.1). Compatibility with versions of ClamXav created prior to and post 1.1.1 is unknown at this time.
updateClamXav.sh (3.91 KB)
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