how to find the virus in the log?

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by angelo_lopes, Jan 9, 2005.

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  1. angelo_lopes

    angelo_lopes Registered Member

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    I didn't find any post regarding this issue, and it's hard to believe it never happened to someone else.
    After some scans, NOD32 reports virus found.
    http://angelo.planetaclix.pt/pagewizard-files/imagens/log.jpg
    Now I want to know where and what virus, I export the log to a text file, and 99.99% of the lines
    show ...filename.extension - is OK.
    Between thousands of files it's impossible to find the "not OK" file.

    Do you have any trick to do this, please?

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. Atangel

    Atangel Registered Member

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    Make sure that the profile doing the scanning has "List All Files" unchecked. That way they only that gets logged are viruses (in red) and problem files (in blue, like locked zips, in use, etc).
     

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  3. ChaosBlizzard

    ChaosBlizzard Registered Member

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    Go to find and enter "not OK"... ?

    List all files is unchecked by default for me. So perhaps that was set on his by his vendor?
     
  4. splitter

    splitter Guest

    maybe you don t have virus !!! if you have one it will be in red.
     
  5. angelo_lopes

    angelo_lopes Registered Member

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    Thank you. List all files is (was!) my problem.

    splitter: it's hard to find the red line between nearly 100.000 lines...

    ChaosBlizzard: there's no such thing as "not OK", eh eh . Sorry I didn't make my self clear... :-( It was checked by my Vendor, actually myself ;-)


    Don't you rest on Sundays, you guys? I didn't expect to get so many replies before tomorrow! Guess I'm not the only one as my Wife claims, eh eh eh ;-)
     
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