Probably not what you're looking for, but I thought I'd chime in
I find the problem is generally the newest virii and not the old ones, so
I recommend having something like what we have. McAfee runs automatically
once a week on a scheduler for each machine as well as its ActiveShield
Then I have virusNotification (er, I'm the maintainer) that runs nightly
and checks the McAfee site for changes in the virDat files and downloads
a changed version and notifies you by mail if there is a new one.
http://www.wakatara.com/virdat/ if you are interested in the file.
Then I have a script which updates the machines logging into the server
to update their virdat (net logon) when they log in.
Works very well and have not had one infection since starting to run it
Just a thought...
> I have squid up and running. I have a decent firewall. I have email
> virus checking.
> I still got hit really badly today with a virus. 5 workstations down
> because the users insisted on running MS Outlook Exasperation (ARGHHHH!)
> As near as I can find, someone downloaded the virus from hotmail or
> Is there an http virus scanner for linux? I've looked at viralator, but
> it seems to be a little simple for what I need, though I could hack on
> it for a while.... And maybe improve it, maybe break it.
> Any others out there?
> I've done the search on google, and all it tells me is stuff in early
> development, or beta.