Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 22nd Oct 2006 22:56 UTC
Linux "The talk lately has centred about Vista's security APIs, but Linux certainly needs improvements in this area, because AV vendors still rely on an external kernel module to implement 'real time' file scanning." The Inq also reviews AVG antivirus for Linux, and concludes it is a must-have
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RE[2]: Pointless
by bytecoder on Sun 22nd Oct 2006 23:29 UTC in reply to "RE: Pointless"
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Hopefully by the time that active real time file/virus scanning is needed we will have a much improved subsystem for it to run on.

Hopefully by that time, if it comes, people will realize how terrible AV software is at handling the problem.

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