Linux-Watch: Could Open Source Anti-Malware Help Windows?
Apr 28, 2006, 00:15 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols)
[ Thanks to Steven J.
Vaughan-Nichols for this link. ]
"Two of my colleagues--Jim Rapoza, eWEEK Labs director; and
Larry Seltzer, eWEEK Security Center editor and all-around security
guru--have been writing recently about open-source's failure to
produce kick-ass Windows anti-virus programs.
"Jim laments that while ClamAV, easily the most well-known
open-source anti-virus program, works just fine on email gateways,
it's Windows client, ClamWin, just doesn't cut the mustard, since
it doesn't scan in real-time..."