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Command for Linux

Command AntiVirus™ for Linux provides state-of-the-art protection via fully configurable shell script and command-line scanning technologies. With over 70 file types scanned by default, Command AntiVirus for Linux provides full protection against file, macro viruses and other forms of malware - including Trojans.

Command AntiVirus for Linux allows you to update the latest virus signature files without reinstalling all of CSAV's components. This simplified updating process adds speed and efficiency to our Linux product.

Command AntiVirus employs advanced HoloCheck™ scanning technology to safely and accurately determine virus and virus-like conduct. While many vendors claim to provide heuristic scanning capabilities to detect previously unknown viruses, their techniques were no match for Melissa. A hundred thousand users discovered this when confronted with the Melissa virus. While other companies scrambled to provide software updates for detection, Command AntiVirus was calmly alerting users of the attack.

System Requirements

  • An IBM-compatible computer with a 386 or higher CPU.
  • Any version of Red Hat Linux version 6.0 or higher, or SuSE Linux 6.2 or higher that is using the 2.0 kernal or higher.
  • At least 3.0 MB of available hard disk space.
  • GLIBC_2.0 or GLIBC_2.1 "C" runtime library.

  • Features and Benefits

    Command AntiVirus for Linux provides full protection:
    • Uses advanced technology to scan for tens of thousands of known viruses and their variants
    • Safely removes viruses without damaging the original file
    • Scans for images of boot sector viruses, macro viruses, and Trojan Horses
    • Scans hard drives, diskettes, CD-ROMS, network drives, directories, and specific files
    • Scans PKZIP-compressed files and compressed executables including PKLite, DIET, ICE-PACK, WWPacked, ZIP, ARJ, RAR, CAB, TAR, LZH, and GZ
    • Can be configured to perform scheduled scans when used with the Linux cron utility

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