.

virusphoto virusphoto

Identifiant

Mot de passe

Derniers messages Messages du jour Sujets sans réponse S'inscrire

Rejoignez-nous !

VirusPhoto » Forum » La communauté » Presentations

Noter la discussion : Review

Aller au premier non-lu
  #1  
non lus 19/04/2019, 06h41
Nouveau membre
Ma pratique de la photo: Modèle
 
Messages: 2
155 Photiz - Faire un don

Review


Your content helped me a lot to take my doubts, thank you very much.
Réponse avec citation

Pour participer aux discussions et avoir accès à tous les outils
proposés sur VirusPhoto, inscrivez-vous en quelques secondes : cliquez ici.

Outils de la discussion Chercher dans ce sujet
Rechercher dans la discussion:

Recherche avancée

Noter la discussion
Evaluez cette discussion :
  #2  
non lus 19/04/2019, 06h44
Nouveau membre
Ma pratique de la photo: Modèle
 
Messages: 2
155 Photiz - Faire un don

Ensuring uploaded files are safe


My boss has come to me and asked how to enure a file uploaded through web page is safe. He wants people to be able to upload pdfs and tiff images (and the like) and his real concern is someone embedding a virus in a pdf that is then viewed/altered (and the virus executed).

I just read something on a procedure that could be used to destroy stenographic information emebedded in images by altering least sifnificant bits. Could a similar process be used to enusre that a virus isn't implanted? Does anyone know of any programs that can scrub files?

Update: So the team argued about this a little bit, and one developer found a post about letting the file download to the file system and having the antivirus software that protects the network check the files there.

The poster essentially said that it was too difficult to use the API or the command line for a couple of products. This seems a little kludgy to me, because we are planning on storing the files in the db, but I haven't had to scan files for viruses before. Does anyone have any thoughts or expierence with this?

Réponse avec citation
  #3  
non lus 23/09/2019, 07h16
Nouveau membre
Ma pratique de la photo: Je débute
 
Messages: 13
165 Photiz - Faire un don
I just read something on a procedure that could be used to destroy stenographic information emebedded in images by altering least sifnificant bits
Réponse avec citation
  #4  
non lus 23/09/2019, 07h16
Nouveau membre
Ma pratique de la photo: Je débute
 
Messages: 13
165 Photiz - Faire un don
He wants people to be able to upload pdfs and tiff images and his real concern is someone embedding a virus in a pdf that is then viewed/altered
Réponse avec citation
  #5  
non lus 23/09/2019, 07h16
Nouveau membre
Ma pratique de la photo: Je débute
 
Messages: 13
165 Photiz - Faire un don
Could a similar process be used to enusre that a virus isn't implanted?
Réponse avec citation
  #6  
non lus 23/09/2019, 07h18
Nouveau membre
Ma pratique de la photo: Je débute
 
Messages: 13
165 Photiz - Faire un don
Does anyone know of any programs that can scrub files?
Réponse avec citation
  #7  
non lus 23/09/2019, 07h18
Nouveau membre
Ma pratique de la photo: Je débute
 
Messages: 13
165 Photiz - Faire un don
The poster essentially said that it was too difficult to use the API or the command line for a couple of products.
Réponse avec citation
  #8  
non lus 23/09/2019, 07h21
Nouveau membre
Ma pratique de la photo: Je débute
 
Messages: 13
165 Photiz - Faire un don
This seems a little kludge to me, because we are planning on storing the files in the db, but I haven't had to scan files for viruses tellthebell
Réponse avec citation
VirusPhoto » Forum » La communauté » Presentations

Réponse

Discussion précédente / suivante dans cette rubrique :
« Présentatuion Heyamayo | Présentation »

Non-lu Non-lu  
Bloguer ceci Outils de la discussion Rechercher dans la discussion Noter la discussion

Outils de la discussion Rechercher dans la discussion
Rechercher dans la discussion:

Recherche avancée
Noter la discussion
Noter la discussion:

 


LinkBacks Enabled by vBSEO © 2011, Crawlability, Inc.
Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.2 - Copyright ©2000 - 2013, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
2006 - 2019 © ® VirusPhoto. Tous droits réservés.