[CentOS] Antivirus for CentOS? (yuck!)

Ralph Angenendt ra+centos at br-online.de
Thu Jan 22 09:35:11 UTC 2009

Adam Tauno Williams wrote:
> > 1. Has anyone here gone though such a procedure and got good arguments
> > against the need for anti-virus?
> There is no good argument against running malware detection on any
> sever.
> > 2. Alternatively - what linux anti-virus (oh, the shame of typing this
> > word combination :() do you use which doesn't affect our systems
> > performance too much.
> CLAMAV works well.

What do you do with clamav on a linux server? Especially: How is it run
by you? What do you think it protects you against on a linux server? 


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