[CentOS] win32:tenga on samba share

Sat Dec 2 00:22:09 UTC 2006
Kevan Benson <kbenson at a-1networks.com>

On Friday 01 December 2006 05:32, David Milholen wrote:
> I have a box set up for home use, but it was used as a massive file share
> for a bunch of friends. I only allowed 3 accounts to this share with
> password. I believe over time someone loaded a file that had the
> win32:Tenga virus on it.
>  I usually clean the files and download what I need but I leave the files
> on the Share. I have lots of directories and files on this. I have been
> using Trend Micro from a remote windows box to clean them periodically
> but for some reason it rears it ugly head every once and a while.
>  What can I do to permanently get rid of this annoying virus??
> Thanks

Add Dag's rpmforge repo, yum install clamav, and 
read /usr/share/doc/clamav-0.88.6/clamdoc.pdf or 
http://www.clamav.net/doc/latest/clamdoc.pdf for usage.

All you will probably have to do is tweak the config a bit (if even that) and 
set a cronjob to run it occasionally.

Other packages such as clamav-milter and clamd are useful if you are running a 
mail server and you want to to virus checking on inbound and outbound mail.

- Kevan Benson
- A-1 Networks