I believe there is sth called clamfs (or similar spelling)
that scans the files on the fly
On Thu, 2010-05-27 at 17:24 +0100, Paulo Jacob wrote:
> Hi folks,
>> I was wondering if anyone has ever tried to use an on-demand virus
> scanner under Linux.
> I have a huge repository of files to scan on a regular basis and at the
> moment I do a 4 hourly incremental scan and everyday I do a full scan
> using uvscan.
> This takes ages.
> Does anyone know of a good solution that will scan a file every time
> it's written or something?
>> Thanks in advance for all the input!
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