glenn.steen at gmail.com
Sat Apr 2 11:45:44 UTC 2016
And the others, like panda, eset nod32, avast and bitdefender all seem to
have viable linux commandline scanners still (and at least some of them
will let you trial them).
Julrs approach has always been "send me a fully licensed copy, and I'll
write the support"... Yours may differ...?:-)
2016-04-02 13:34 GMT+02:00 Glenn Steen <glenn.steen at gmail.com>:
> DON'T remove it!
> -- Glenn
> 2016-02-01 16:08 GMT+01:00 William D. Colburn <wcolburn at nrao.edu>:
>> On Sat, Jan 30, 2016 at 01:07:56AM -0500, Jerry Benton wrote:
>> >Honestly, how many AV???s on that list are actually still in use? Maybe
>> 6 or 8? Well, there are about 40 in the config when you include the
>> daemonized versions as well. We could cut down SweepVirus.pm to about half
>> the size with about a third of the checks. Which = faster scanning, less
>> overhead, less dated code to maintain.
>> SCEP is free (at least for us) and I'd love to see SCEP in the list.
>> I've got a generic wrapper working, but the code appears to ignore the
>> generic wrapper, so all I get are syslog messages about viruses that are
>> then let through.
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