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Username: d4rksun

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Location: Heraklion, Greece

Member since: August 2012



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  • $1161.00 USD
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    Sep 9, 2013

    If d4rksun posts a bid on your project, then you are a lucky man. He is fast, skilled and an absolute pleasure to work with, I highly recommend him and guarantee you will be happy with his work. I would certainly like hire him again when I have another project!

    Project Description:Overview ------------ I'm looking to run a website similar to in which a user can upload code in a variety of languages. That code is then run on the server and the output is displayed to the user...
  • €150.00 EUR
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    Aug 18, 2012

    Excellent job, great communication a professional freelancer

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  • $240.00 USD
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    Aug 8, 2012

    I was very impressed with d4rksun on this project. I was taking a bit of a risk since he was new to Freelancer and had no feedback, but I felt comfortable based on his communication and familiarity with the requirements straight away. D4rksun was extremely responsive and jumped right into the project. The scope creeped a little bit and some pieces were a little more complicated than he originally expected, but he did not complain and worked hard to get it all done. I'm very happy to have worked with him and look forward to doing so again in the future.

    Project Description:The purpose of this project is to generate a report on data in - an online cycling data site. I'd like this in perl so I can review code and extend it myself in the future. The code will run...
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  • $222 AUD In Progress

    Most anti-virus scanners allow you to call them from the command line and provide them with parameters, such as what to scan. For example, you might be able to call "avscanner.exe -scanfile c:\virus.exe -logfile c:\scan.log" in order to invoke your anti-virus scanner (avscanner.exe), telling it to scan the file c:\virus.exe, and to save the results in c:\scan.log Most anti-virus scanners allow you to save their output to a logfile. Others simply output their text to "STDOUT", which can easily enough be trapped/recorded by using the ">" operator... for example: "avscanner.exe -scanfile c:\virus.exe > c:\scan.log". And other anti-virus scanners instead return a numeric error code (ie. 0 = clean, 1 = infected). These three methods are the main way that 3rd-party programs are able to talk to anti-virus scanners. WHAT I NEED YOU TO DO is to download as many anti-virus scanners as you can find, and with each scanner...1) scan an infected file (eg. Netbus... something that all scanners should easily detect. You can find Netbus here: scan a clean file (eg. notepad.exe from Windows)3) save the output of both clean and infected detections (ie. infected.log & clean.log)4) figure out the commandline parameters to use in order to make it a) scan one file, and b) save the outputIf it only has the option to scan a directory instead of one file then that"s ok (I can ensure that only 1 file exists in the directory), so if that"s the case then use the scan directory option instead. To avoid compatibility issues I recommend you only have 1 scanner installed at any one time. Note that not all scanners allow for this sort of capability, but please keep a log of them. And also note that of those that do, not all allow for saving of the output... for example, the scanner may simply return a numeric error code that specifies clean vs infected, so it"d then be up to my program to read the error code, rather than reading the logfile. Basically what I"ll be doing is creating a simple program that scans a file using multiple anti-virus scanners, which is why it needs to "talk" to anti-virus scanners in this manner, in order to ask each scanner "is this file clean or infected?" Virus scanners to try include but are not limited to (yes, Windows scanners only):AVG, Ad-Aware, Agnitum, AhnLab, AntiVir, ArcaVir, Antiy-AVL, Avast, Baidu International, BitDefender, Bkav, CAT-QuickHeal, CMC, Commtouch, Comodo, DrWeb, ESet Nod32, eScan, Emsisoft, F-Prot, F-Secure, GData, Ikarus, Jiangmin, K7Antivirus, K7GW, Kaspersky, Kingsoft, Malwarebytes, McAfee, MicroWorld eScan, Microsoft, NANO-Antivirus, Norman, Norton, Panda, Qihoo-360, Rising, Sophos, Symantec, TheHacker, TotalDefense, TrendMicro, VBA32, VIPRE, ViRobot, nProtect, ByteHero, ClamAV, FortinetI look forward to working with you! :)

  • $22 USD/hr 26 days ago

    I need black-box penetration testing. Must be knowledgeable knowing more than how to use tools. Must be familiar with at least 1 programming language. Must have strong communication skills.

  • $1111 USD 29 days ago

    Need a detailed security audit of my website, that includes the OWASP top 10 security threats.Need a detailed report produced of all vunerabilities and the actions required to fix them (depending on vunerability, the fix may be implemented by you or a developer.)

  • $10 USD Apr 1, 2014

    please messages me i need a small help in doing my security projectplease messages me please messages me please messages me please messages me please messages me please messages me

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