11 May 2010 | 7,756 views

iScanner – Detect & Remove Malicious Code/Web Pages Viruses From Your Linux/Unix Server

Don't let your data go over to the Dark Side!

iScanner is free open source tool lets you detect and remove malicious codes and web pages viruses from your Linux/Unix server easily and automatically. This is a neat tool for those who have to do some clean up operation after a mass-exploitation or defacement on a shared web-host.

This tool is programmed by iSecur1ty using Ruby programming language and it’s released under the terms of GNU Affero General Public License 3.0.

Features

  • Detect malicious codes in web pages. This include hidden iframe tags, javascript, vbscript, activex objects and PHP codee.
  • Extensive log shows the infected files and the malicious code.
  • Send email reports.
  • Ability to clean the infected web pages automatically.
  • Easy backup and restore system for the infected files.
  • Simple and editable signature based database.
  • Ability to update the database and the program easily from dedicated server.
  • Very flexible options and easy to use.
  • Fast scanner with good performance.

Coming Soon

  • Microsoft Windows compatibility.
  • Export log in other formats (xml, html).
  • Extend the database and make it able to detect malicious files.
  • Ability to send infected file to iScanner server for analysis.
  • Build remote scanner service with API.

You can download iScanner v0.5 here:

iscanner.tar.gz

Or read more here.

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