What caught my eye about it was the "Ideal solution for forum systems in need of file upload protection" statement. Especially since Local File Inclusion attacks on websites, are often due to the website itself being used as the upload medium. This is all WAY above my head, but I just wondered if/how others proteceted their forums from malicious uploads.
Reference: phpMussel on sourceforge -and- phpMussel on GitHub
What is phpMussel?
An ideal solution for shared hosting environments, where it's often not possible to utilise or install conventional anti-virus protection solutions, phpMussel is a PHP script designed to detect trojans, viruses, malware and other threats within files uploaded to your system wherever the script is hooked, based on the signatures of ClamAV and others.
• Licensed as GNU General Public License version 2.0 (GPLv2).
• Easy to install, easy to customise, easy to use.
• Works for any system with PHP+PCRE installed, regardless of OS (PHP+PCRE required).
• Fully configurable based on your needs.
• Ideal solution for shared hosting services.
• Ideal solution for forum systems in need of file upload protection.
• Does NOT require shell access.
• Does NOT require administrative privileges.
• CLI mode available (for now, just under Windows, very soon with other OS).
• Good, strong, stable support base.
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