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Old 03-13-2015, 12:28 PM   #1
Levi7319
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Question Best Malware Server that is compatible with Linux OS's


I'm looking for best (commercial vs. freeware) malware analysis server/sandbox that is compatible with Linux OS's (Debian preferred). Currently, I am running a cuckoo malware server (freeware) and the injection process seems to crash with any application I'm trying to examine. Dont' worry I'm still a newbie at this.
 
Old 03-13-2015, 12:52 PM   #2
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I haven't seen many people running anti-virus on a Linux box and in production they count more on firewall then on anti-virus. Yes, it is good if you are running anti-virus on Linux box as it gives you added security.

Long ago I tried to install it on my Linux box and to be honest I don't even remember the name which one I was trying may be Avast it was.

You might want to look at the following links to get an idea:

1. http://www.linux.org/threads/malware...or-linux.4455/

2. http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/free-li...irus-programs/

3. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Antivirus
 
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Originally Posted by Levi7319 View Post
the injection process seems to crash with any application I'm trying to examine.
It is not uncommon for people to ditch software the minute they encounter a problem and choose to use something else, however you'll learn nothing from it and the community doesn't benefit from your use (as you should at least make a minimal effort to reciprocate when using Open Source Software). So instead I suggest you start by reading Cuckoo documentation here as they've not only outlined what you should do but also how to do it and where to check. If you'll be posting here then you should at least tell us the OS and release you're using, the installed software versions that make up Cuckoo, the guest OS you're using and output from running Cuckoo in debug mode (as in 'cuckoo.py -d;').
 
  


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