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virus signature database settings idea

Posted: Sun Feb 23, 2014 6:41 pm
by estdata
Is there a way to adjust the router database of viruses?
that, then, is trying to stick to viruses

Re: virus signature database settings idea

Posted: Mon Feb 24, 2014 10:54 am
by Jetrider
What did I just read ? Rephrase please, good sir.

Re: virus signature database settings idea

Posted: Mon Feb 24, 2014 9:20 pm
by saaremaa
Specify in more detail the idea / question.

Re: virus signature database settings idea

Posted: Wed Feb 26, 2014 6:17 am
by jandafields
Is there a way to adjust the router database of viruses?
that, then, is trying to stick to viruses
There is no "router database of viruses". There is no anti-virus software on the router.

If you want to detect viruses, you should install an anti-virus program on your computer.

Re: virus signature database settings idea

Posted: Wed Feb 26, 2014 6:40 pm
by estdata
Is there a way to adjust the router database of viruses?
that, then, is trying to stick to viruses
There is no "router database of viruses". There is no anti-virus software on the router.

If you want to detect viruses, you should install an anti-virus program on your computer.
Could still be. Invalid package moves then you may also discover them for viruses. Is not difficult to make a virus database

Re: virus signature database settings idea

Posted: Wed Feb 26, 2014 6:45 pm
by jandafields
Is there a way to adjust the router database of viruses?
that, then, is trying to stick to viruses
There is no "router database of viruses". There is no anti-virus software on the router.

If you want to detect viruses, you should install an anti-virus program on your computer.
Could still be. Invalid package moves then you may also discover them for viruses. Is not difficult to make a virus database
This does not make any sense. Are you saying that there might be viruses in the Mikrotik Packages???? The router itself cannot get a virus, unless maybe you are installing hacked/pirated mikrotik software. Is that what you are talking about???

You need to be very specific about what you are asking.

Re: virus signature database settings idea

Posted: Fri Feb 28, 2014 3:08 am
by Kreacher
Is there a way to adjust the router database of viruses?
that, then, is trying to stick to viruses
There is no "router database of viruses". There is no anti-virus software on the router.

If you want to detect viruses, you should install an anti-virus program on your computer.
Could still be. Invalid package moves then you may also discover them for viruses. Is not difficult to make a virus database
The only way to do so I was knowing is to insert a driver inside of RouterOS
and then you have to insert a miniPCI card thats speeding up DPI (deep packet inspection)
with this method you will be speeding up those entire process, because it mostly harms the
CPU power, but this is not a 100% choice to get rid of those things, and detect them all
like P2P exchange, viruses, or a better performing IDS function.

Here is the only card I am knowing and this was produced by Lanner Inc.
and is actual set EoL (End of Live) http://www.lannerinc.com/products/eol-p ... annic-100a

Re: virus signature database settings idea

Posted: Fri Feb 28, 2014 5:54 am
by astern
Ugh, the return of "dobby"

If you cannot add to the conversation, please don't waste any space adding useless unrelated pablum.

And FYI, Lanner makes a packet processing engine card for ids/ips, dpi, and crypto based on the exact same tilera cpu as the ccr1036. so OP's poorly translated question about adding ids/ips/virus scanning capability to ROS, becomes a lot more interesting.

http://www.lannerinc.com/products/x86-n ... ncs-mtx401

The only way to do so I was knowing is to insert a driver inside of RouterOS
and then you have to insert a miniPCI card thats speeding up DPI (deep packet inspection)
with this method you will be speeding up those entire process, because it mostly harms the
CPU power, but this is not a 100% choice to get rid of those things, and detect them all
like P2P exchange, viruses, or a better performing IDS function.

Here is the only card I am knowing and this was produced by Lanner Inc.
and is actual set EoL (End of Live) http://www.lannerinc.com/products/eol-p ... annic-100a

Re: virus signature database settings idea

Posted: Fri Feb 28, 2014 8:13 am
by Kreacher
@astern
Ugh, the return of "dobby"
If you don´t like me, please also don´t troll me!
If you cannot add to the conversation, please don't
waste any space
adding useless unrelated pablum.
Why, because you say it?
And FYI, Lanner makes a packet processing engine card for ids/ips, dpi,
But this was not the entire question where the post where starting up with!
And a real virus database is not really out there to use inside ROS!
But something that was in the past giving the capability to sniff also for viruses!

And this card can only be inserted in Lanners own appliances,
like the
FW-8895 because it is not a regular PCIe card!
and crypto based on the exact same tilera cpu as the ccr1036.

And? Then the card is not needed for the ROS for Tilera platforms
because this can be easily integrated in ROS for CCR series directly.
so OP's poorly translated question
No but trolling me is the answer?
about adding ids/ips/virus scanning capability to ROS, becomes a lot more interesting.
So than open your own post or should I ask you even first if I want to enter one?