Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 19th Jun 2012 22:38 UTC, submitted by Jean Turner
Privacy, Security, Encryption "It is time for us to make a change. ClamAV is now mature software and we are confident that Sourcefire will successfully continue its development, move it forward and maintain the integrity of its infrastructure. Matt Watchinski, who has headed Sourcefire's Vulnerability Research Team for 10 years, will continue to lead this project. Joel Esler, the company's Open Source community manager, will also be your main point of contact and advocate."
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RE: Bullshit
by Sodki on Wed 20th Jun 2012 00:28 UTC in reply to "Bullshit"
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Bullshit. Last time I've tried to use "nautilus-clamscan" in Ubuntu 12.04 it was broken as shit. That's far from being "mature".

Nautilus-clamscan is not a ClamAV project, so its maturity is completely irrelevant to ClamAV's maturity. Besides, ClamAV is mostly used on e-mail systems and my experience tells me it works great.

But I'm curious: what didn't work in nautilus-clamscan?

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RE[2]: Bullshit
by tuma324 on Wed 20th Jun 2012 01:02 in reply to "RE: Bullshit"
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After installing nautilus-clamscan and right clicking on a directory (or something else), it simply would not show the option to scan things.

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RE[3]: Bullshit
by Vaettir on Wed 20th Jun 2012 01:22 in reply to "RE[2]: Bullshit"
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Oh my...
So you didn't even get to the point of using the program.

My experience with clamscan was when my windows installation quit working. Thinking it could have been a virus, I ran the scanner on the whole partition, from my working linux partition.
That was taking too long on my poor netbook, I ^C'ed it and just reinstalled windows.

It didn't find anything in those two hours, but neither did a full MS Security Essentials scan. I guess it's ok.

Edited 2012-06-20 01:29 UTC

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RE[3]: Bullshit
by phoenix on Wed 20th Jun 2012 22:55 in reply to "RE[2]: Bullshit"
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So, you installed a Nautilus plugin, and the Nautilus plugin didn't show the option for ClamAV, thus it's the fault of the ClamAV developers that the Nautilus plugin failed to install correctly?

That's some twisted logic you got going on there.

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RE[2]: Bullshit
by dnstest on Thu 21st Jun 2012 00:57 in reply to "RE: Bullshit"
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Agreed. I wouldn't consider ClamAV a desktop A/V solution. However I have used it on my mail server for about 2 years now, and it works like a charm!

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