Greg Helledy on 5 Sep 2009 06:51:12 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] OT: Which Windows Anti-Virus?

I use ClamWin on my Windows machines.  It's 
based on the GPL ClamAV engine.
Note that is that it's not a resident engine to intercept viruses in 
real time.  Rather, you schedule it to do scans for viruses present on 
disks or in memory.  The upside of this is that it does not get in your 
way AT ALL.  The downside is that it may not provide the level of 
protection that you want, especially on a machine used by kids.


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