A potential CEF cache corruption scenario

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Re: A potential CEF cache corruption scenario

Postby chintansolanki » Tue Jul 14, 2020 12:13 pm

Is anyone aware of any way to inspect the CEF cache content?
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Re: A potential CEF cache corruption scenario

Postby michaelb » Thu May 20, 2021 8:26 am

We might've been experiencing similar issues lately. Did you find a solution or any insight about how to debug CEF cache files and to see if they're corrupted or not, or how to handle such issues?
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Re: A potential CEF cache corruption scenario

Postby Phylanx » Fri May 21, 2021 12:42 am

We have some similar use cases with virtual machines and data centers.
Our customers use Citrix Server Sessions for example.
There the application runs on the central server and the cache also lies on the central servers HDDs (all in the same operating system).

How do you generate the unique instance_name?
We generated the unique instance_name with following values: ShortApplicationName, Timestamp, ProcessId, UserName.
Using the processId alone with a timestamp should be unique but so we could find the instances easier.
Maybe there is a flaw to this?

Sometimes we also experienced issues with AntiVirus software, so maybe that also can be a problem.
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