Enabling Avast Core Security - need syntax

Discussion in 'Mail Gateway: Installation and configuration' started by proitsupport, Jul 31, 2018.

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  1. proitsupport

    proitsupport New Member

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    From the PMG Administration Guide
    Those settings are saved to subsection admin in /etc/pmg/pmg.conf,
    using the following configuration keys:
    avast: (default = 0) Use Avast Virus Scanner (/bin/scan). You need to buy and install Avast Core Security before you can enable this feature​

    I have installed a 30-day trial of Avast Core Security by following these instructions:

    Debian/Ubuntu

    1. Add the Avast repository to the system repositories
    # echo "deb http://deb.avast.com/lin/repo debian release" \ >>
    /etc/apt/sources.list
    # apt key add /path/to/avast.gpg
    # apt-get update

    2. Install the Avast package and optionally the avast-fss and avast-proxy packages.
    # apt-get install avast
    # apt-get install avast-fss
    # apt-get install avast-proxy

    Activation

    Copy the attached license file named license.avastlic. into the "/etc/avast" directory to activate the product.

    # cp /path/to/license.avastlic /etc/avast ​

    How do I tell PMG I want to use the Avast Scanner in addition to ClamAV?

    Here is my current pmg.conf file:

    root@mail2:/etc/pmg# cat ./pmg.conf
    section: admin
    email ****@******.***

    section: mail
    dnsbl_sites b.barracudacentral.org,zen.spamhaus.org
    int_port 26
    maxsize 51485760
    tls 1
    tlsheader 1
    tlslog 1

    section: spam
    clamav_heuristic_score 5

    section: spamquar
    lifetime 14

    section: virusquar
    lifetime 14
     
  2. Jeremy Stollings

    Jeremy Stollings New Member
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    We have a support contract for ProxMox VE and Mail Gateway 5.0, we have the same request.
     
  3. dcsapak

    dcsapak Proxmox Staff Member
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    you have to add 'avast: 1' to the admin section
     
  4. dietmar

    dietmar Proxmox Staff Member
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    Or simply:

    # pmgsh set /config/admin --avast 1
     
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