The OWASP CRS has a rules file for av scanning -
For the @inspectFile operator you pass it a script or program that runs a local AV program. See example scripts here -
Lead Security Researcher
Trustwave - SpiderLabs
working on configuring mod_security on Apache and have it up and running just fine. The next step is to implement a ruleset in conjunction with a scanner which can intercept or quarantine bad files when POSTed.
looking at using rules produced by Atomic (https://www.atomicorp.com/wiki/index.php/Atomic_ModSecurity_Rules#05_asl_scanner.conf is
the specific ruleset) and they recommend using ClamAV, which there is an Apache module for (http://software.othello.ch/mod_clamav/)
but I can't seem to find one built for Windows, nor have I had any luck building it myself (I've tried using NMAKE.EXE, but there doesn't seem to be a compatible .mak file included with the mod_clamav package... I also do not really know what I'm doing when
it comes to building an Apache module!). At the bottom of the mod_clamav page they mention users reporting difficulty performing Windows Updates with this module which might falsely lead you to believe somebody has it working in a Windows Apache environment,
but researching further this is actually in reference to using Apache2 on Debian as a proxy for Windows machines (http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=277787).
not married to ClamAV (ClamWin, really)... just looking for a way of integrating malware/virus scanning with mod_security.
I going about this in the wrong direction, has anybody done this before, or am I S.O.L. without using a Unix box for Apache?
for any guidance you can provide! BTW, this is for a community college system and therefore non-commercial in nature.
5.6.10 (offloaded to dedicated db servers)
Server 2003 Enterprise, SP2
are concurrently working on our next-generation server configs with PHP 5.4.11 and Apache 2.4.3 on win32.)
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