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

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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.

Posted in: Countermeasures, Malware, Security Software, Web Hacking


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