SOS!!



  • please help.

    I've installed Hapv antivirus on my pfsense.
    Now (when it does) boot it only allows webgui access / internet access for a short time before it hangs.

    All I've done so hapv antivirus so far is enable it, on the wan interface.
    Nothing else.

    Now it wont even allow me to uninstall it!
    it hangs on that page.
    It also hangs if I manage to stop it.

    I just barely managed to write this plea!
    So, please assist, anyone who can.

    Thanks.



  • After a day of toil, and learning unaided by the internet, I've managed to get the system to boot stably enough for me to access the Internet.

    Now that I'm in the frame of mind to construct a more settled post…

    I installed havp. Having not taken the time to read and see its BETA!

    After starting the proxy - everything went haywire.
    Neglecting all my experiences / trials.
    The long and short of the story is that I had to BREAK havp in order to get the system to work!

    Im a linux user - really not acquainted with BSD, let alone the peculiarities of pfsense.
    So it was hard figuring out the commands I needed to use, but trail and error I guess.

    I deleted enough pertinent files to get havp to break.
    It said it was trying to configure/ install it again! (at the next boot).

    But though it did - it hasnt been set to autostart.

    The situation presently is - thanks to my measures, havp doesnt start automatically, and it is no longer under "installed packages"

    But the "antivirus" under services is still there - and is still accessible.
    havp is still on the system. YET, is not under "installed packages"

    Now, that being the premise, here's my question:

    WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO REMOVE HAVP ONCE AND FOR ALL?

    1.Reinstall from packages so it can overwrite the present files, add itself under "installed packages" then use that menu to remove?

    2.Find all the file/folder locations of havp, and delete them manually?

    (edit - I should mention, my disk usage has pretty much doubled since these happenings)



  • Pleace show result with command from console:

    pkg_info



  • Hello - I appreciate your decision to help.


    ___-
    arc-5.21o_1        Create & extract files from DOS .ARC files
    arj-3.10.22_1      Open-source ARJ
    bsdinstaller-2.0.2009.0422 BSD Installer mega-package
    clamav-0.93.1_2    Command line virus scanner written entirely in C
    clamav-0.95.1      Command line virus scanner written entirely in C
    darkstat-3.0.712    Network statistics gatherer and reporter
    gd-2.0.35,1        A graphics library for fast creation of images
    gettext-0.17_1      GNU gettext package
    grub-0.97_1        GRand Unified Bootloader
    havp-0.88          HTTP Antivirus Proxy
    havp-0.90          HTTP Antivirus Proxy
    imspector-0.8      IM transparent proxy with monitoring, blocking, and content
    iperf-2.0.4        A tool to measure maximum TCP and UDP bandwidth
    jpeg-6b_4          IJG's jpeg compression utilities
    lha-1.14i_6        Archive files using LZSS and Huffman compression (.lzh file
    libdnet-1.11_2      A simple interface to low level networking routines
    libdnet-1.11_3      A simple interface to low level networking routines
    libgmp-4.2.2        A free library for arbitrary precision arithmetic
    libiconv-1.11_1    A character set conversion library
    libosip-3.1.0      A low layer of SIP implementation
    lua-5.1.3_3        Small, compilable scripting language providing easy access
    mysql-client-5.0.77 Multithreaded SQL database (client)
    mysql-client-5.1.34 Multithreaded SQL database (client)
    nmap-4.76          Port scanning utility for large networks
    openldap-client-2.4.10 Open source LDAP client implementation
    openldap-client-2.4.11 Open source LDAP client implementation
    p5-GD-2.39          A perl5 interface to Gd Graphics Library version2
    pcre-7.8            Perl Compatible Regular Expressions library
    pcre-7.9            Perl Compatible Regular Expressions library
    perl-5.8.8_1        Practical Extraction and Report Language
    perl-5.8.9_3        Practical Extraction and Report Language
    pkg-config-0.23_1  A utility to retrieve information about installed libraries
    siproxd-0.7.0_1    A proxy/masquerading daemon for the SIP protocol
    snort-2.8.4.1_1    Lightweight network intrusion detection system
    sqlite3-3.6.10      An SQL database engine in a C library w/ Tcl wrapper
    unzoo-4.4_2        A zoo archive extractor


    ____-

    There you go. (as expected-  there is clam and havp)

    Console command to uninstall package = ??
    (thanks)



  • Magnificently..  :o
    1. From GUI delete HAVP package.
    2. Type from console next:

    pkg_delete havp-0.88

    pkg_delete havp-0.90

    pkg_delete calmav-0.93.1_2

    pkg_delete calmav-0.95.1



  • @dvserg:

    Magnificently..  :o
    1. From GUI delete HAVP package.
    2. Type from console next:

    pkg_delete havp-0.88

    pkg_delete havp-0.90

    pkg_delete calmav-0.93.1_2

    pkg_delete calmav-0.95.1

    Thank you.
    Using the general format, I figured out the commands I needed to delete the packages.

    But (and here a test of your prowess!)

    there was ONE last command that I had to execute, to delete pkg_delete calmav-0.95.1.
    (I know because pfsense told me I should used it)

    It started with pw rm -f (is all I can remember)
    Can you tell what it might be?

    THE POWER WENT RIGHT AS I WAS TO EXECUTE IT!

    –eDIT--

    Took the risk and reinstalled everything! - hoping it would overwrite the residual files. (I see no reason why it should).
    Then executed the commands.
    The one I hadnt managed to last time was simply :

    • pw userdel clamav

    My disk usage is still up there though (almost as if a big file / files remain).
    Any Ideas on that?

    Thank you dvserg



  • Cleanup also

    • /var/tmp
    • /var/db/clamav

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