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    Anti-Virus Samba and Fedora Core 2


    I have a File Server running Fedora Core 2, it is mainly for Windows XP boxes to share files, which sort of worries me, that though my Linux server typically won't get infected with a virus through this, it will however pass on a virus should a file become infected.

    Thus:
    I am looking for an Anti-Virus Package that supports on-access scanning of Network Shared Resources.

    Does anyone know any good software for this?

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    try clamav, it can be found here: http://www.clamav.net/

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    Last time I checked ClamAV did not support On-Access Scanning. I could be wrong I'll go check the page page again.

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    I stand corrected.

    http://www.clamav.net/abstract.html#pagestart

    states that it does support on-access scanning

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