The ocfa team is proud to announce the first patch-level release of OCFA
Version 2.2.0. This patch level was necessary to fix some bugs, including:
- rulelist issues
- 64 BIT size_t issue in OcfaModules
- configuration scripts
- nasty PPQ bug
- better error reporting user interface
Also the first steps forward to use the new mmls treemodules are made. This
should open the door to a carvpath enabled version of OCFA.
New modules added:
- Thumbs.db dissector (vinetto)
- index.dat extractor (pasco)
- multipart rar (rar)
- Disk partitions (mmls)
Furthermore, the Java version of the OcfaLib is now included.
OcfaJavaLib allows the construction of ocfamodules using the java
language. To start your module, you should put the your libraries in
the CLASSPATH or in a javalibraries entry in your <case>.conf . For
The jar files are supposed to be in /usr/local/digiwash/lib
After that you have two options:
1) either add the modules in the conf file. like this:
and start all modules in one jvm using
java -jar OcfaJavaLib.jar
2) Start every module in a separate jvm:
java -jar OcfaJavaLib.jar nl.klpd.tde.lucene.LuceneIndexer
The LuceneIndexer will be added to ocfa in a future release. However,
it is not compatible with the current user interface (which expects an
older version of the lucene index format).
You can post any questions or difficulties building or rrunning your
own java modules on
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