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WillemK
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Fortiguard update message. **db

Team,
I guess most of us have seen the following message.

 

②logid=0100041000 type=event subtype=system level=notice vd=root logdesc="FortiGate updated" status=update msg=" Fortigate scheduled update fcni=yes fdni=yes fsci=yes virdb(84.00398) etdb(84.00398) mmdb(84.00398) dnsbot(2.00697) idsdb(17.00024) idsetdb(0.00000) idsurldb(0.00000) from...

 

I was wondering, could someone help me with the options and the explanation for all the options.
I guess virdb = Anti-Virus Definitions, mmdb = Mobile Malware??
Could someone point me to a link where this is explained in detail?

Thanks, Willem

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btan
Staff
Staff

Hi Willem,

 

Seems like there is no such documentation for this specific log messages.

You can try running below command to know the database version:

# diag autoupdate versions

 

Regards,
Bon
WillemK
New Contributor

I did run the
# diag autoupdate versions

command.

However that does not help that much.
There is still a lot of guessing.

exdb  no clue.

what is the difference between

 - Attack Definitions

 - Attack Extended Definitions
which **db is being used in these cases

URL White list same questions.

WillemK
New Contributor

Perhaps you can include this on the Fortiguard update pages.
example:

https://www.fortiguard.com/updates/mobile
Mobile Service   mmdb