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Stinger CLI Non funcional

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Hello

Testing with several arrangement of arguments. Even with just one argument alone. They all appear to not function.

I am wondering if the EULA is newer and is breaking the CLI.

Is the app no longer meant to run with -silent or -go arguments? I tried to stumble onto a command to auto accept EULA but was not successfull...

I am attempting to run the application to auto scan, silent is not terribly important. 

Thanks for you time.

 

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@techknowledge wrote:

Hello

Testing with several arrangement of arguments. Even with just one argument alone. They all appear to not function.

I am wondering if the EULA is newer and is breaking the CLI.

Is the app no longer meant to run with -silent or -go arguments? I tried to stumble onto a command to auto accept EULA but was not successfull...

I am attempting to run the application to auto scan, silent is not terribly important. 

Thanks for you time.

 


Well, I always use -- before each argument.

You specified -silent, I would use --SILENT;

You specified -go, I would use --GO.

Here is a list of the command line arguments that I know of:

Stinger Command line options:

--AD             -- Scan all drives (locally attached and removable)

--ADL            -- Scan all local drives (locally attached, excludes removable)

--ADN            -- Scan all network drives

--ARTSENS=       -- Change Artemis sensitivety level

--DATPATH=       -- Specify DAT folder

--DELETE         -- Delete object if a virus is found

--GO             -- Start scanning immediately

--HASH=          -- Path to file containing MD5 hashes to be blacklisted.

--NOARTEMIS      -- Disable Artemis lookups

--NOBOOT         -- Don't scan boot sectors

--NOPROCESS      -- Don't scan processes

--NOREGISTRY     -- Don't scan registry

--NOROOTKIT      -- Don't scan rootkits

--NOSUB          -- Don't scan sub directories

--NOUNZIP        -- Don't scan inside zip file

--PROGRAM        -- Report applications

--RENAME         -- Rename object if a virus is found

--REPAIR         -- Repair object if a virus is found

--REPORTONLY     -- Report object if a virus is found

--REPORTPATH=    -- Save log file to specified directory
               (Directory must pre-exist.)

--RPTALL         -- Log all files

--SCANPATH=      -- Scan specified directories

--SILENT         -- Initiate a silent scan

undocumented:
--ePO            -- supress any dialog about
               outdated dats or file is modifed warning.
if --REPORTPATH  --ePO creates
               "<ReportPath Specified>\%COMPUTERNAME%\"
               contains Stinger_ddmmyy_hhmmss.html)

 

Let us know if this is helpful.

Ron Metzger

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@techknowledge wrote:

Hello

Testing with several arrangement of arguments. Even with just one argument alone. They all appear to not function.

I am wondering if the EULA is newer and is breaking the CLI.

Is the app no longer meant to run with -silent or -go arguments? I tried to stumble onto a command to auto accept EULA but was not successfull...

I am attempting to run the application to auto scan, silent is not terribly important. 

Thanks for you time.

 


Well, I always use -- before each argument.

You specified -silent, I would use --SILENT;

You specified -go, I would use --GO.

Here is a list of the command line arguments that I know of:

Stinger Command line options:

--AD             -- Scan all drives (locally attached and removable)

--ADL            -- Scan all local drives (locally attached, excludes removable)

--ADN            -- Scan all network drives

--ARTSENS=       -- Change Artemis sensitivety level

--DATPATH=       -- Specify DAT folder

--DELETE         -- Delete object if a virus is found

--GO             -- Start scanning immediately

--HASH=          -- Path to file containing MD5 hashes to be blacklisted.

--NOARTEMIS      -- Disable Artemis lookups

--NOBOOT         -- Don't scan boot sectors

--NOPROCESS      -- Don't scan processes

--NOREGISTRY     -- Don't scan registry

--NOROOTKIT      -- Don't scan rootkits

--NOSUB          -- Don't scan sub directories

--NOUNZIP        -- Don't scan inside zip file

--PROGRAM        -- Report applications

--RENAME         -- Rename object if a virus is found

--REPAIR         -- Repair object if a virus is found

--REPORTONLY     -- Report object if a virus is found

--REPORTPATH=    -- Save log file to specified directory
               (Directory must pre-exist.)

--RPTALL         -- Log all files

--SCANPATH=      -- Scan specified directories

--SILENT         -- Initiate a silent scan

undocumented:
--ePO            -- supress any dialog about
               outdated dats or file is modifed warning.
if --REPORTPATH  --ePO creates
               "<ReportPath Specified>\%COMPUTERNAME%\"
               contains Stinger_ddmmyy_hhmmss.html)

 

Let us know if this is helpful.

Ron Metzger

Thanks,
Ron Metzger

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