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How to manually update the Smart Scan pattern on the standalone Smart Protection Server (SPS)

    • Updated:
    • 26 Aug 2020
    • Product/Version:
    • Apex One 2019
    • Smart Protection Server All
    • Platform:
Summary

A manual update of the Smart Scan pattern may be required in the following scenarios:

  • SPS is unable to connect to Trend Micro Active Update (TMAU) due to network issues.
  • Proxy does not allow traffic to TMAU.
  • Customer uses SPS in an air-gap environment.
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The following methods would require that a port for SSH is enabled, by default it uses port 22. To test if SSH is already enabled, perform this in the Command prompt:

telnet <IP address of machine> <port number>

 
  1. Log on to SPS server console from VM console or SSH.

  2. Create a directory (tmp) under activeupdate directory.
    1. Enter the following command:

      mkdir /var/tmcss/activeupdate/tmp

    2. Enter the following command:

      cd /var/tmcss/activeupdate/tmp

  3. Download the latest Smart Scan Pattern (TBL) using the wget command,

    wget http://slspn30-p.activeupdate.trendmicro.com/activeupdate/pattern/icrc’$’tbl.zip

    In the event that there is no Internet connection for the SPS machine, you may skip this step and choose either of the options below (WinSCP or CMD) to manually transfer Smart Scan Pattern file (TBL). Proceed to the next step.
  4. Access the SPS server console and check if the file is successfully transferred. Enter the command:

    ls –l

  5. Perform the following:
    1. Enter the following command:

      vi /var/tmcss/conf/FRSUpdateCounter.ini set CONT_FULL_TBLPTN_COUNT=0

      Press "i" to enter input mode, then navigate using arrow keys to modify the parameter:

      To save and quit, press 'ESC' key. Type ":wq" then press 'Enter'.

    2. Enter the following command:

      vi /var/tmcss/conf/FRSVersion.ini set LeaderTablePatternVersion=0, BFPatternVersion=0

      Press i to enter input mode, then navigate using arrow keys then modify the parameter

      To save and quit, press 'ESC' key. Type ":wq" then press 'Enter'.

    3. Enter the following command:

      /opt/icrc/spsc/support/initdb.sh /opt/icrc/spsc/

    4. Enter the following command:

      sudo -u webserv /usr/tmcss/bin/AU_FRS --servimporttbl

    5. Enter the following command:

      sudo -u webserv /usr/tmcss/bin/AU_FRS --servau 2

    6. Enter the following command:

      cat /var/tmcss/conf/FRSVersion.ini

    7. Enter the following command:

      cat /var/tmcss/conf/FRSUpdateStatus.ini

    8. Enter the following command:

      service lighttpd restart

Below are two methods to transfer files from Windows to Unix system:

  • Using WinSCP
    1. Download WinSCP application from this site.
    2. Install WinSCP.
    3. Download the latest Smart Scan pattern from this link.
    4. Extract the zip file and you should see a pattern file icrc$tbl.XXX
    5. Open WinSCP. Go to Session tab and click New Session.

    6. A new window will appear to log in the credentials for the connection.

    7. Enter the hostname, username and password of the SPS machine.
      • Hostname – hostname/IP of SPS machine
      • User name – user name of the SPS machine (e.g. root)
      • Password – password of the user name (e.g. password)
    8. Once done, click Login and you should see a similar window below,

    9. Navigate to the directory (right side) from Step 2 and directory (left side) of the downloaded Smart Scan pattern on your local machine. Drag and drop the file from your local machine to the remote machine.

    10. Uploading should proceed.

  • Using CMD
    1. Download Putty application.
    2. Install the Putty application.
    3. Download the latest Smart Scan pattern from this link.
    4. Extract the zip file and you should see a pattern file icrc$tbl.XXX.
    5. Open a Command prompt and type the following command:

      pscp –P <ssh port> “Full path of icrc file on local machine” <username>@<ip or hostname of the remote server>:<location of the destination folder>

    6. Press 'Enter' to trigger the password for the root username.

    7. Once typed in, press 'Enter' and the transferring of files will now proceed. You should receive a similar output once completed.

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