Trend Micro just posted its free virus scanner for Red Hat Linux. We
will soon ship our (not free) InterScan for Linux for scanning SMTP/
FTP and HTTP traffic for viruses on linux boxes being used as a
firewall or virus
Product Description of free scanner
Trend FileScan for Linux protects your Linux server from viruses and
known malicious Java/Active X code. With on demand scanning and
prescheduled scanning, you can stop viruses on your network server
before they spread. FileScan for Linux allows you to run scans of files
in the directories you specify on your Linux system. When a file
containing viruses or known malicious code is detected, you will be
Scans files on your Linux system for viruses and known malicious
Supports on-demand and prescheduled scans
Supports on-demand and prescheduled virus pattern updates
Comprehensive logs are generated when infected files are detected
Includes easy-to-use web configuration program w/password protection
Trend FileScan for Linux requires Red Hat Linux 6.0 or above running on
an x86 machine.
Look for our new InterScan for Linux to go live later this week for
scanning SMTP/HTTP/FTP traffic passing through your Linux box.
> I am looking for a email virus scanner like amavis ( with sendmail ) .
> The problem with amavis is that is scans email only , when it is
> delivered locally.
> When I forward the email , the email is not scanned.
> Is there an good solution ?
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