This is due to a bug in the dispatcher/API. The routing table forwards a copy of the data to every type of nugget that is registered to receive data of that type. The rzbNugget software receives the data and passes it to all nuggets interested in the data type. The following is what happens on my system:
I was misinterpreting how nuggets connect to the dispatcher and the rzbNugget Server, also I was confused about the location of the nugget directory,
I built a Ubuntu 10.10 VM and after dropping virustotal.so.1 in the correct place: /usr/local/lib/razorback/, and restarting rzbNugget everything works now. Thanks for the help, Christopher and Ron.
Another issue I have is when I use the collector nugget to send files to the dispatcher, and the file type is PDF_FILE, the output is now printed twice in the rzbNugget window.
I assume this is because two nuggets have registered to dispatcher to take PDF type data, but I haven't figured out why its printing output from the nuggets (virustotal, simple, and output_nugget) twice.
When I rerun collector using PE_FILE it only prints once.
Any thoughts?On Mon, Oct 25, 2010 at 1:18 PM, Christopher McBee <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I tested with http://oss.metaparadigm.com/json-c/json-c-0.9.tar.gz
which is the version shipping with 10.10 currently and it works
without issue. That should fix the library dependency issue. As for
the segfault, is this on 64-bit or 32-bit ubuntu 9.10?
2010/10/24 Jonathan Blount <email@example.com>:
> I'm trying to run Christopher McBee's virustotal nugget from the SVN. I'm
> using a fresh install of Ubuntu 9.10 and got razorback running.
> The problem is with the json library required for virustotal, libjson0-dev
> is in lucid but not karmic, I tried libjson-glib-dev, but couldn't get it to
> So I found and built json-c from here: http://oss.metaparadigm.com/json-c/
> . I added my API key to the source and ran make, but when I run it, it seg
> After a lot of searching, this thread
> leads me to believe there's a static initializers problem in the library.
> So I'm back to trying to find a json library, what one should I use in
> Ubuntu 9.10? Or should I start over in 10.4/10.10?
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