|Applies To||RSA Security Analytics|
RSA Security Analytics Malware Analysis
|Issue||How to disable the rsaMalwareDevice service at boot time on an RSA Security Analytics server appliance.|
The rsaMalwareDevice respawns automatically as specified in the in the /etc/init/rsaMalwareDevice.conf.
The following messages may be seen in the Security Analytics server appliance logs, which indicates that the rsaMalwareDevice service is respawning after it was terminated:
This indicates that the rsaMalwareDevice service is respawning after it was terminated.
If you do not use any malware analysis device, then you can disable the rsaMalwareDevice so that you will not get these messages on the Security Analytics server logs.
To disable rsaMalwareDevice, connect to the RSA Security Analytics server via SSH as the root user and issue the following command: stop rsaMalwareDevice
Next, issue the following command to ensure that the service will not run even after a server reboot: mv /etc/init/rsaMalwareDevice.conf /etc/init/rsaMalwareDevice.conf.old
If you are unsure of any of the steps above or experience any issues, contact RSA Support and quote this article ID for further assistance.
|Legacy Article ID||a65682|