django-clamd is a django integration with Clamd (Clamav daemon).
This project integrates python-clamd with Django for easy scanning files for viruses on upload
From PyPi with pip:
pip install django-clamd
You can also install development version direclty from GitHub:
pip install git+https://github.com/vstoykov/django-clamd.git
Aditioanlly if you want translations to work you need to add it to installed apps.
INSTALLED_APPS = ( ... 'django_clamd', ... )
You can use it in forms:
from django import forms from django_clamd.validators import validate_file_infection class UploadForm(forms.Form): upload_file = forms.FileField(validators=[validate_file_infection])
Or you can add it as validator directly in your model:
from django.db import models from django_clamd.validators import validate_file_infection class FileModel(models.Model): document = models.FileField(validators=[validate_file_infection])
You will have automatically scanning of upladed files in Django Admin and also when create ModelForm’s for that model.
django-clamd tries to be smart and with good defaults.
You can still configure how to connect to Clamd. Default values are:
CLAMD_SOCKET = '/var/run/clamav/clamd.ctl' CLAMD_USE_TCP = False CLAMD_TCP_SOCKET = 3310 CLAMD_TCP_ADDR = '127.0.0.1'
Note: When you are running on Fedora or CentOS and
package is installed then default value for
CLAMD_SOCKET = '/var/run/clamd.scan/clamd.sock'
You also can disable virus scanning for development with:
CLAMD_ENABLED = False
Note: This is primary for make it easy to run a project on development without the need of installing Clamd on devlopment machine.
\(django-clamd\) is released as open-source software under the LGPL license.
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