simple you can scan from terminal very easy!!
Simple. Working fine to scan a file or a directory.
Yes, you have to scan files yourself... no "constant security sweeps" etc., which is perfectly fine for me. It seems to work (? no idea, actually) and with the GUI extension it's very comfortable. Good job, thank you :)
Sorry to say but Comodo is much better
Installed by command line interface very easily, and ran well. I also installed a separate GUI and that was fine (ClamTk) but the command line is compeletely servisable. The installaiton was easy, I found remembering the commands to run and check to be hard to remember, but how hard is it to remember "clamscan --help" ?
Por ser Open Source é ótiomo...
Only Checks one Directory! FAKE
did not work :(
C'est une passoire! Comodo On access + Bitdefender On Demand est une des meilleures solutions sur Linux.
Great! Must have!
its a joke... look at comodo
This is made for one-time scans, specifically for people who share with Windows computers (p2p or directly by USB) so you don't unintentionally spread malware by media or other files. It's not intended to be a background process that scans regularly and has real-time protection. It's not bad considering all of that.
The purpose of ClamAV is to stop linux users giving windows users virus infected e-mails when running a linux server! Stop complaining!
This is the only open source anti-virus that I know of. On Demand Scanning only, and very slow. It is good to have on a Live CD or a 2nd partition, just in case your Windows partition is disabled by a virus. This might let you save your system.
slow, no real-time protection and poor results
Linux better pray that virus creators doesn't turn their attention from Windows. This trash can't even update!!! Junk!