On Sun, 2005-10-16 at 06:44 +1000, Graham Smith
On Tue, 24 Feb 2004 17:34, David Storrs wrote:
What are people using for anti-virus software?
I've got BitDefender
running on my machine, but I'd like to find something zero-cost that
has a nice GUI so that when I set up boxes for friends and family,
they can use it.
Regularly (and automatically) updated virus definitions are a must,
clamav is available from either your SuSE distribution or from their web site.
It is an opensource package and is extremely good.
KlamAV is a front end to ClamAV for the KDE desktop user.
You should find it in one of the APT repositories
also have a look at
for other GUI front ends to clamav
I received an email from Avast regarding a product for linux and it
should be available next month.
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