You can try Sophos Anti Virus. It operates in scheduled and on-demand modes, checking local and remote file systems and networks for the presence of viruses. Perhaps might intrested your business needs. Supports any Unix platform.
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I am new in supporting Linux and recently I was tasked to find out the following information and am not sure how to find the answers, hence this posting... I am running Redhat Enterprise Server 5.4 I realize this is a Redhat specific question, but it pertains to all of our... (7 Replies)
Can anyone tell the best free antivirus for Linux? I'm using RED HAT 9.0 & want to install antivirus for it.
So if anyone has any suggestions of where to get that antivirus, that would be great! (2 Replies)
I just installed Ubuntu 9 on my computer and need to know what anti-virus software to use. I have been using Avast anti-virus on my other comps for years and really like it. I have not tried it with Ubuntu yet but it says for Windows based systems.
Any ideas are appreciated
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I used to have trendmicro I used it for free when I worked with a previous company, when I left I had to uninstall it and switched to using Zone Alarm.
I tell you on some days I really want to pull my hair out when my PC really works like a snail and sometimes really so unresponsive for up to... (20 Replies)
Iam using AVG antivirus personel edition, and i can only set it to run at one time only. Iam running it on a Win98 machine. is it possilbe to write a Perl script or c++ script to set it up to run at 12pm and 3pm and 6pm ??? (1 Reply)