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Re: Antivirus Programs for Openbsd
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Antivirus Programs for Openbsd
- From: Chris Cameron <chris_(_at_)_upnix_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2004 12:25:26 -0600
- Organization: UpNIX Internet
Just to add, I use Vexira to scan both file systems and mail (Milter) on
a Linux server.
The Milter virus scanner works great, the one that does the file systems
is a dog. It slows down file transfers considerably and will eventually
get itself gummed up to the point where you need to restart it to
prevent large file accesses from freezing the application.
When our subscription renewal comes up again, there'll definitely be a
push for ClamAV.
On November 1, 2004 11:03 am, you wrote:
> Check www.centralcommand.com (the vexira antivirus)
> I use their product for a couple Milter and Sendmail setups. I know
> they have filescanning for OpenBSD as well. The www.antivir.de have
> products as well (same as centralcommand as Centralcommand obviously
> own them).
> The product is probably ment to scan files if you use OpenBSD as a
> fileserver with samba or nfs. I do not think you will find viruses
> that can affect OpenBSD itself.
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