PC Virus scanning on *nix side?
robertom at ssit.usu.edu
Mon Apr 10 20:57:54 GMT 2000
There are some companies that sell virus scanners for Linux to
scna Samba shares and e-mail. I think TrendMicro has such product and
others. A quick search should yiled the results.
On Sat, 1 Apr 2000, Steve Frampton wrote:
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> I'm just wondering what some of you are using for virus scanners -- a scan
> of all of our shares indicated the presence of several viruses. It would
> be nice if our Samba server (running on Linux) could do periodic scans and
> then take some kind of corrective action (clean/remove virus or at least
> e-mail the administrator).
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