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LordoftheMonkeys
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05 Oct 2010, 5:50 pm

If you want a free virus scanner for Linux, there is Clam AV. It comes on most Linux live CDs because they are used for rescuing computers that have been compromised. It's cross-platform (to my knowledge) and you can download it for free. Nessus is another free software program that is used to scan for web security threats. I don't know much about Ubuntu, but in Debian, I can install software fairly easily through the Synaptic package manager. I think Ubuntu has something equivalent to that, since it's based on Debian.


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05 Oct 2010, 7:31 pm

JoeSchmukapop wrote:
Freetard :lol: No one likes a linux freetard preacher


They're not preaching, they're correcting the statement.