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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AVG lol
by Yamin on Mon 23rd Oct 2006 15:22 UTC
Yamin
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2006-01-10

long thread, so I'll just too in my useless tidbit.

I was at a friends house and removed their 'Norton Security Center'. It ran out of the subcription and doing popups like crazy. He says to me

"put something on there. Just not that AVG one. That Pig is evil. It looks crazy and makes that weird sound. I don't know what to do when it comes up"

You know, it never crossed my mind that would be an issues. But looking at it now. What were they thinking? Who knew it would be a deal breaker for some people. I tossed on Avast this time.

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