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Web Virus Count

Web Virus Count is a CGI in Perl that counts the number of requests generated by viruses on a Web server log file. You can use it on a proxy (such as Squid) log file to find infected computers on your LAN. It detects Code RED I and II, and Nimda.


Recent releases

  •  09 Jan 2004 21:56

    Release Notes: Some misspellings have been corrected. The page can be seen as an HTML table (see $html_table), and there are some other minor changes.

    •  08 Jan 2004 22:00

      Release Notes: Detection of /scripts/nsiislog.dll has been added, and some code cleanup has been made.

      •  12 May 2002 07:08

        Release Notes: This release includes support for checking a gzipped rotated log file.


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