## PARTNERS

### Using the command line tool

Endpoint Security for Mac allows you to perform certain tasks by using a command line tool named productConfigurationTool. Specifically, you can retrieve information about the product status and run quick and full system scans.

To use productConfigurationTool:

1. Open Terminal on your computer.

2. Change the working directory by using the following command:

cd /Library/Bitdefender/AVP/enterprise.bundle/
3. Run supported commands with administrator privileges (command sudo).

#### Supported commands

###### asksForStatus

• Antimalware module status (enabled or disabled).

• Antimalware signatures version.

• Product version.

• The time of the last update.

How to use it:

sudo ./productConfigurationTool	-authToken [password]
-asksForStatus

Example of output in case of success:

{
"error" : 0,
"stdout" : {
"avEnabled" : "YES",
"avSignaturesVersion" : "69440",
"productVersion" : "4.0.0.175873",
"lastUpdateTime" : 1507185205
}
}

Example of output in case of fail:

"error" : 100
###### asksForAScanToRun

Starts a scanning task, providing after completion details about the process: total scanned items, scan duration, log path and whether infections occurred or not.

This command is followed by an identifier predefined for each scanning task type:

• Quick Scan (ID: da29f7c8-23b1-4974-8d11-209959ac694b) – this task is configured for basic security and low usage of the resources. The main scanning targets are running processes and some vulnerable locations. Only one instance of this task can be running at a specific time.

How to perform a quick scan:

sudo ./productConfigurationTool -authToken
da29f7c8-23b1-4974-8d11-209959ac694b
• Full Scan (ID: dcf483c4-26d0-4e6f-ba28-6a53a00adae1) – this task is configured for maximum protection against any type of malware. Only one instance can be running at a specific time.

How to perform a full scan:

sudo ./productConfigurationTool -authToken
dcf483c4-26d0-4e6f-ba28-6a53a00adae1

Example of output in case of success after executing the asksForAScanToRun command:

{
"error" : 0,
"stdout" : {
"scanDuration" : 13,
"logfilepath" : "\/Library\/Application Support\
/Antivirus for Mac\/Logs\
/da29f7c8-23b1-4974-8d11-209959ac694b.xml",
"totalScanned" : 6158,
"infection" : "NO"
}
}

Example of output in case of fail:

"error" : 95

### Note

• You cannot run a custom scan by using productConfigurationTool.

• Some scanning tasks may take a long time to finish. For example, a full scan may run for more than 20 minutes.

#### The authToken parameter

This parameter helps you to prevent unauthorized usage of productConfigurationTool. It must be included each time you execute a command.

### Note

As a temporary measure, the authToken parameter requires a password that you can obtain by contacting Bitdefender Business Support.

#### Error codes

Error

Description

100

The productConfigurationTool parameters are not correct.

99

The tool is not running with administrator privileges.

98

/Library/Bitdefender/AVP/enterprise.bundle/epsdk.dylib was not found. Update the product.

97

Failed to load f_EPSDK_GetInstance and f_EPSDK_ReleaseInstancetype functions from the library. Update the product.

96

The .json response lacks some expected fields or it has a different formatthan expected. Update the product.

95

A certain query requires events to get all relevant data, but not all events arecaught. Update the product. If this error persists, contact BitdefenderBusiness Support.

94

/Library/Bitdefender/AVP/EndpointSecurityforMac.app/Contents/Info.plist was not found or CFBundleVersion wasnot found in the .plist file. Update the product.

93

productConfigurationTool is not supported on this version of EndpointSecurity for Mac. Update the product.

92

The supplied authToken password does not match the expected value.

0

The command has been executed successfully.