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Old 09-07-2003, 12:30 PM   #46
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Old 09-26-2003, 08:09 AM   #47
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I am using v1.4 and have no problem to ban almost any file...But...
There seem to be a problem to ban files like this:
( ExTrA ) - ( 78MB 8F - COMPLETE )

I tried the following in ZR-Banned.cfg to no avail:
*ExTrA*
*ExTrA*.*
ExTrA*
ExTrA*.*

Am I doing something wrong? How can I ban this kind of files?

TIA.
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Old 09-26-2003, 02:43 PM   #48
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There seems to be an issue when names containing special characters ie. [] () ! etc. Not sure how extensive this is. I found this out myself a couple of weeks ago.

Have you tried uploading a file or dir named test.extra.test or something, without special characters, and see if bans or not?

Gonna have to get back to you later on.
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Old 11-02-2003, 07:21 PM   #49
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Cool ZR-Tools v3.0

WarC has been working on ZR-Tools v3.0 for some time now and we feel it is ready for release (to donators). ZR-Tools is more or less completely rewritten. Partly forced by unfortunate hdd-crash for WarC. Alot of stuff disappeared. Well, it was for the better - eventually. ZR-Tools works even better now. I've been testing it for N number of weeks and WarC has been fixing the bugs that have turned up along the way. Just needs some minor adjustments in manual and it needs to be packaged. Should be ready this week.

What is new? I'll try and answer that as good as I can and WarC can correct me if I'm wrong.

ZR-Tools v2.x didn't work very well when banning files/dirs with special characters like () [] or !, and the use of * was dodgy. WarC made an all new compare routine thingy that works great!

New options for ZR-Clean:
Disable_Log=0
# 1 disables ZR-Clean.log

Disable_File_Log=0
# 1 disables ZR-Clean.nfo.log (that logs all new unknown files)

Extract_nfo=1
# 1 extracts any nfo from zip that is a match in ZR-Clean_Accepted.txt if one isn't already present in dir. Now your zipscript won't have to keep track of all nfos!

Extract_file_id.diz=0
# As above. Maybe not needed since any decent zs extracts the file_id.diz. Implemented for those who might find it useful.

Benchmark=1
# 1 adds line in output telling how fast ZR-Clean checked/cleaned zip. For me it took 30ms to clean 4 files in a 5MB zip on upload.

File_Filter=*.nfo,*.jpg,*.gif
# File extension of files that should be logged in ZR-Clean.nfo.log. Useful to find files like bday.jpg, bub.jpg, eclipse-shock.jpg etc.


Also new is customization. Here's how I think it should look by default. Interesting?
Code:
[customize]
ZR-Ban_Header		="426--[ZR-Ban]-------------------------------------------------------"
ZR-Ban_File_Banned		="426 File %file is banned!"
ZR-Ban_Directory_Banned	="426 Directory %directory is banned!"
ZR-Ban_Footer		="426-----------------------------------------------------------------"
ZR-Ban_Close		="426 Connection closed; transfer aborted."

ZR-Clean_Header		="\n-[ZR-Clean]---------------------------------------------------------"
ZR-Clean_File_Not_Found 	=" File not found"
ZR-Clean_Processing_Path	=" Processing path..."
ZR-Clean_Processing_File	=" Processing file..."
ZR-Clean_Delete_In_Zip	=" Delete in zip: %filename"
ZR-Clean_Delete_In_Dir	=" Delete in dir: %path\%filename"
ZR-Clean_Delete_File_Failed	=" Delete failed: %path\%filename"
ZR-Clean_Extracted_File	=" Extracted: %filename"
ZR-Clean_Footer		="--------------------------------------------------------------------"

ZR-Clean_Delete_In_Zip_Log	="Delete in zip: %path - %filename"
ZR-Clean_Delete_In_Dir_Log	="Delete in dir: %path - %filename"
ZR-Clean_Log_New_Nfo		="%filename <-- %path"
New is the \* at the end of paths (WarC's new compare routine thingy). Just as in ZR-Tools v2.x multiple paths and ban-lists can be used. Multiple ban-lists are very good for admins who want to keep different types of files in separate lists. I have group demo exes in one file, group crc check exes in another (if I suddenly want to clean them out of zips I just add the list in cfg), maybe keep jpgs in one list, one list for all kinds of tags you want to ban (* [* !* -=* #* etc. Multiple paths to create global rules that work in all sections and/or to cover sections that are physically in different locations like raided vfs dirs.

The ban-lists that are included (created from scratch by me personally) contain 270+ filenames at this time. List of accepted nfos contains 210+ filenames.

That's about it. Oh yeah, ZR-Clean.exe can be run externally from command prompt to cleanup your current 0day site/archive. And it removes any zip comment.

Just imagine how much you can do with all of this.

Stay tuned...
/Zer0Racer


Show your support and get this great script. And WarC needs new hdd.
WarC's utils: http://warc.mine.nu/


EDIT: ZR-Tools v3.0 is out now to donators.
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Old 11-02-2003, 07:34 PM   #50
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Nice...
The current version works great!
I'm really looking forward for the next version... let's see if you can top the last rls
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Old 11-02-2003, 08:37 PM   #51
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Looks awesome
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Old 11-08-2003, 07:11 PM   #52
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I have now send new version to donators. If any of you didn't recieve it please let me know. Must say its a nice version that seems to work very well

Big thanks to ZeroRacer for all his testing and so on.
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Old 11-09-2003, 06:13 AM   #53
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nice

remind me when i have spare $$$ to donate, a little strapped on cash atm hehe.
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Old 11-09-2003, 08:50 AM   #54
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Thx WarC for sending me the package

A honor to install it

greetz Optixxx
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Old 11-19-2003, 05:32 PM   #55
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zr-tools 3.1 is now added to foundationlicense type and can be grabbed from memberpages.

I really hope that those that like it spend a buck on me
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Old 12-16-2003, 02:03 PM   #56
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ZR-Tools 3.2 now added to memberarea.

Fixes when having multiple banlists for sections.
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Old 01-15-2004, 05:49 PM   #57
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Just some more or less important info about ZR-Tools not stated in the manual.

You must use comma separated lists when specifying multiple banlists and/or paths. Do not separate by spaces.

Path=d:\ftp\upload\* e:\ftp\no_crc\* <-- INCORRECT!

Path=d:\ftp\upload\*,e:\ftp\no_crc\* <-- CORRECT!

And when adding ZR-Clean and ZR-Ban in ioFTPD.ini don't forget to use EXEC.
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Old 02-06-2004, 05:12 PM   #58
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New version 3.3 is out for foundationusers.
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Old 07-14-2005, 03:31 AM   #59
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Theres a new version coming of ZR-Tools....

New ziplib:
used (should take care of some odd zipfiles)
Info-zip will be used this time
New tool:
ZR-Search, used for searching for files in a path recursivly
and if wanted delete them. Also inside zip-files
Rewrite:
Due to the change of ziplib lots of the other subsystems
have also been modified to be faster and better

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Old 07-14-2005, 01:06 PM   #60
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WarC, I fixed your account so you can now upload your scripts
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