"Wanna" ransomware outbreak. Please see this Sophos article sophos.com/kb/126733 for advice on how to protect your organization. Immediate action recommended.
If your UNIX system returns 'not found' or 'cannot load library' messages when you try to run Sophos Anti-Virus for UNIX/Linux, you probably need to change your system settings.
Ensure that the environment variables in your login script or profile include the directories that Sophos Anti-Virus uses.
In AIX, the library environment variable is LIBPATH, and in HPUX it is SHLIB_PATH.
On some systems, such as FreeBSD and Linux, you can enable Sophos Anti-Virus to use the Sophos Anti-Virus shared libraries by running ldconfig. This may require editing of /etc/ld.so.conf.
Adding environment variables
If any of the above variables are not included, add them to the environment variable(s) as shown in the examples below. Do not alter any of the existing settings.
If you are running the sh, ksh or bsh shell, enter
PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/binexport PATHLD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/usr/local/libexport LD_LIBRARY_PATH
If you are running the csh or tsh shell, enter
setenv PATH [values]:/usr/local/binsetenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH [values]:/usr/local/lib
where [values] are the existing settings.
You should make these variables system-wide. To do this, amend /etc/login or /etc/profile.
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