I'm looking for a scripted way to automate downloads of 4.x/5.x signature updates from the Cisco.com site using my CCO login/pass. For example, a Perl or shell script possibly hooked into wget (or other?), all running regularly via cron. Does anyone have experience with this?
I have scripted ways to install signatures updates via the CLI, just trying to automate the initial download part. Thanks for any assistance.
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and parse out the most recent sig URL from the HTML. Another alternative would be to have the Cisco "new sig" email notifications go to a process account. Then, parse that email (I believe text formats are supported) for the URL.
a simple wget with your CCO credentials will work once you have come up with the URL.
It's likely to be brittle since it depends on Cisco for a lot (timely email's, good dates in the HTML returned, etc). IMHO, it's a Very Bad Idea...but should be technically possible.
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