Linux.com: Antivirus Protection for the Really Worried
May 24, 2006, 12:15 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Mark Alexander Bain)
"You probably know that viruses pose no immediate danger to
Linux, but maybe you want to protect some Windows machines attached
to your Linux mail server. I compared a commercial product, Frisk
Software's F-Prot, and a free open source product, ClamAV, both
running on a Linux server.
"F-Prot consists of three packages for Linux: Antivirus for File
Servers, Mail Servers, and Workstations. Each is priced
individually, but you get a discount for multiple users. You can
download them all free for a 30-day trial period. They support the
main Linux distributions, and installation is simple..."