Mart -- [Solved] [Well, not solved,. but sickened by] Re: Group thoughts on: Anti-virus tools
- Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2019 13:45:48 -0400
- From: deb <deb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Mart -- [Solved] [Well, not solved,. but sickened by] Re: Group thoughts on: Anti-virus tools
On 3/10/19 1:33 PM, Mart van de Wege wrote:
deb <deb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
Over the network.
4 files were found being passed by just one Windows machine, which was running a paid A/'V (actually 3 different A/Vs!). 2 were in emails.
I will push along the ClamAV path.
It has worked.
I have to figure out if it really does real-time detection [it says it does].
That would allow it to beat out Malwarebytes.
* I will be using ClamAV.
It *seems* little shaky, but it worked.
* I will ask elsewhere if there are better options.
* Companies I push #debian into will be doing at least ClamAV [ [IF]
they have or will have networked Windows/Mac machines, or receive email.
(and probably anyway).
* I'm not interested in cloud-based solutions,
where "suspect" files are sent to the "cloud".
That, to me, seems the worst answer.
I'm not interested in listening to noise from Brian (defines curmudgeon),
trying to guess what evil agenda I am backing; and all of that other posturing
about just compile your own code; review every line first, and all all is well.
People pass crap around on mixed networks.
I *ALREADY* caught it.
re: apt solving all? I understand it recently had a long-time vulnerability itself...
Linux will get hit more as it gets more popular.
I want to be ahead of that however possible.
So thank you for a real answer Mart.
What a pile of chest-thumping on this.