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Old 23rd January 2007, 18:21
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Default file uploads with mod-security & clamav

Hi

System: perfect set up Fedora Core 6 & IspConfig

I have been using mod_security with the modsec-clamscan.pl script that comes with it, which ties the post payload scanning in to clamav. It works very well accept.... that once i try to upload a file larger than 350M it rejects it.

I would like to be able to upload files up to 2GB using this method.

If i disable the directive
#SecUploadApproveScript /full/path/to/the/modsec-clamscan.pl
which basically disables the virus scanning, I can load files up to 2GB no problem.

So I guess Its the clamav part, or the script needs something adding in?

Is it possible to do with mod_security and clamav?

The modsec-clamscan.pl can be found here

Cheers
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