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Scanning incoming artifacts

bcoppens
Hi,

Is there a way to configure Artifacory to scan any downloaded artifact with a command-line antivirus?
If not, is there an add-on I could use?

Thanks,
Benoit
 
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Re: Scanning incoming artifacts

andy.engel@hotmail.de
I know no way to configure artifactory to scan with antivirus, but i can explain how i scan the downloaded artifacts.

I use Symantec Anti Virus on my pc.
Symantec Anti Virus has a "auto protect" you can configure.

And many other antivirus programs have the "auto protect" feature, too.

My "auto protect" scans automatically all files when creating, opening, moving, copying, executing.




Here the way of working:
1. I download artifact "maven-compiler-plugin" for example
2. Artifactory downloads the artifact to "c:\program files\" for example.
3. By creating the downloaded artifact on filesystem my antivirus executes the "auto protect" feature.
4. When the auto protect notice that the downloaded artifact contains an virus the artifact were automatically deleted before saving on filesystem.


Thats the way i ensure there is no virus saved on the filesystem.

I hope my copmment helps. Please let me now if you get a better solution for the problem.
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Re: Scanning incoming artifacts

bcoppens
Thanks for the answer but this is not exactly what we are looking for.
I need to configure a command line antivirus because the goal is to have the files scanned by more than one antivirus.
Thanks anyway for your suggestion
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Re: Scanning incoming artifacts

Tayyab
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Hi Bcoppens

I'm also looking for similar solution and not able to figure the way out. So thought of check with you if you find any way to scan incoming artifacts.

I would be highly great full to you if can share your knowledge or give me a hint on Scanning incoming artifacts.

Best Regards
Tayyab Khan
Best Regards Tayyab Khan