On Wed, 10 Mar 2004 21:34:44 -0500
Bart Silverstrim <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> On Mar 10, 2004, at 9:26 PM, Jonathan T. Sage wrote:
> > Bart -
> >
> > just a thought, but it is possible that the port updated the virus 
> > database to the possibly older version in the distfile.  You may
> > want to run freshclam and see if this clears up the issue. Hopefully
> > thats all the problem is.
> >
> > hope this helps
> >
> On a lark, I reran the test (situation: I ssh to my home account that 
> isn't filtered, and send myself two small viruses that some MS user
> was so kind to have unknowingly sent to me...I'm using Mac to
> store/send them, so I guess it's nice to be immune when I have to test
> these things :-)
> Weird.  It caught it this time.  And I did run a freshclam, thinking 
> something odd happened to the database.  Perhaps clamd just doesn't
> see the update right away?  (there's also a freshclam run from a cron 
> script every four hours or so).  I doublechecked and I wasn't
> imagining things; one virus I sent slipped right through the first
> time, but this time in an identical test almost five hours later the
> antivirus on the FreeBSD filter slapped it right down.
> Not gonna question it though, as long as it's working!  Thanks!

 Just a thought, do you have '#NotifyClamd [/optional/config/file/path]'
uncommented in freshclam.conf

Cogeco ergo sum

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