How to make your own NOD32 Update Server

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Hi Friends,

How to make your own NOD32 Update Server (Mirror) version onto your Server. I have been provided with a Username and Password for NOD32 LAN Update Server. Please guide me.


Scott Athers

Answered By 590495 points N/A #188949

How to make your own NOD32 Update Server


There are different ways on how you can create your own NOD32 Update Server. You can find them in different blogs where some are official NOD32 Business Edition and there are also others that are unofficial NOD32 Update Generator. But anyway, all of them will give you an idea on how to do it.

When creating your own NOD32 Update Server, you can use different operating systems like Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux Ubuntu, and so on as long as you equip it with a web server, wget, and scheduling daemon/app like cron. You need to create a location in your web server where you will be saving the update files.

Like for example, for your update files you can create a folder called “nod32_update” in “/var/www”. This will be used for storing downloaded NOD32 update files. After this, you can use cron to schedule wget every Monday and Friday or any day you want. You can use this method when scheduling wget:

* * * * 1,4 wget -m -nH -nd -A nup,ver –directory-prefix=/var/www/nod32_update [your nod32 update server]

In “[your nod32 update server]”, replace it with your present remote update server. Use “–http-user” and “–http-password” if your update server requires verification. And finally, add your newly-created NOD32 Update Server to NOD32 server list and it should be like this: http://[your server host]/nod32_update/. And that’s it; it can now be used to update the virus definition of each computer in your local area network.

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