Date: Tue, 30 Dec 2003 19:04:57 +0100
> Does anyone know of a decent antivirus program, preferably free
> If such a thing exists. I am using ause 9.0.
> I am a newbie at this so less complicated is better.
I use F-prot and qtfprot as a frontend.
However, I don't think you will need it for your Linux box as no Linux
viruses/worms have been detected during the six months I have used F-prot.
Nevertheless, the application is handy because I use it to scan a networked
Windows XP box. F-prot does find the occasional macro virus in there
although the XP installation has no Internet connection and therefore
should be quite safe from most viruses.
Updated virus definititions are a mouse click away and it's free for home
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