ESET 6 ECLS Command-line scanner

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ESET 6 ECLS Command-line scanner

Postby webshaun » Tue Oct 25, 2016 2:36 am

I'm using ESET ECLS Command-line scanner, version 6.4.12002.0
Wondering if anyone has successfully integrated ESET file security CLS with ME. Scanner seems to work when I try to manually scan a file with the command line but when ME scans the file, it seems to not work properly.

When I scan manually I get:

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Scan started at:   10/24/16 22:28:55
name="D:\7C329417E03A4DBA90E619B99D9C45B0.MAI", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="D:\7C329417E03A4DBA90E619B99D9C45B0.MAI » MIME", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="D:\7C329417E03A4DBA90E619B99D9C45B0.MAI » MIME » MIME » part000.txt", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="D:\7C329417E03A4DBA90E619B99D9C45B0.MAI » MIME » MIME » part001.htm", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="D:\7C329417E03A4DBA90E619B99D9C45B0.MAI » MIME » Health insurance plans & prices _ HealthCare.pdf", threat="is OK", action="", info=""

Scan completed at: 10/24/16 22:28:55
Scan time:         0 sec (0:00:00)
Total:             files - 1, objects 3
Infected:          files - 0, objects 0
Cleaned:           files - 0, objects 0



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Scan started at:   10/24/16 22:34:08
name="M:\Program Files (x86)\Mail Enable\Scratch\C534894E2326483DBCDAC6D539F8509B_.MAI\2.ATT", threat="is OK", action="", info=""

Scan completed at: 10/24/16 22:34:08
Scan time:         0 sec (0:00:00)
Total:             files - 1, objects 1
Infected:          files - 0, objects 0
Cleaned:           files - 0, objects 0


It seems like ESET isn't scanning ATT files the same as it would a MAI file. Any suggestions?
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Re: ESET 6 ECLS Command-line scanner

Postby webshaun » Wed Oct 26, 2016 4:25 am

I really need help on this please. I captured an ATT file, scanned it manually and it scanned everything in the file properly. Taking the same settings into mailenable, I get return code 100 which ended up eating a few hours worth of attachments. I added return code 100 to stop eating the messages but I can not figure out what could possibly be wrong. I feel like I've tried everything from short name PROGRA~1 paths in the base-dir to folder security permissions. Please, anything anyone can recommend. Thank you.
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Re: ESET 6 ECLS Command-line scanner

Postby webshaun » Wed Oct 26, 2016 4:36 am

Strike that, I think I just got it working with:

"[AGENT]" /quar-dir="C:\ESETQ" /arch /ads /quarantine /mail /rtp /adware /sfx /pattern /adv-heur /unsafe /unwanted /clean-mode=none "[FILENAME]"

I don't know why it didn't like the base-dir defined. Maybe ME can shed some light on this?
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Re: ESET 6 ECLS Command-line scanner

Postby MailEnable-Ian » Wed Oct 26, 2016 11:39 pm

Hi Shaun,

Not sure why it didn't like the base-dir parameter. ESET is not a listed AV plugin in our app and therefore have not conducted tests with their command line scanner for some time.
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Re: ESET 6 ECLS Command-line scanner

Postby webshaun » Wed Oct 26, 2016 11:58 pm

Please look into it if you can. Eset is very popular.
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