The Linux/Unix AntiVirus Project is replaced by The OpenAntiVirus Project.
in addition to client-based virus protection
protect your Windows(R) clients
with open source solutions on your server(s)
Not much in here :-) Please read the stuff below and look at the new project homepage at SourceForge. I would invite you to subscribe to the mailing lists :-) Thanks. You may join also #LAVP on irc.linux.com / irc.openprojects.net
Well, you consider client/server-based virus protection as "state-of-the-art"? You're running Linux, *BSD servers and Windows(R) clients? You want ...
then you know, what this project is about!
NOTE: All stuff above is more or less based on commercial virus scanner(s). Anyone interested in writing/maintaining a GNU AntiVirus package?
IMPORTANT: We are currently looking for developers and technical writers. So, as a first step if you're interested please join our mailing lists
Mini-FAQ Anti Virus
Software for Linux/Unix (english, hosted at
Mini-FAQ Anti Virus Software for Linux/Unix (english, hosted at University of Applied Sciences, Furtwangen, Germany)
Mini-FAQ Anti Virus Software for Linux/Unix (german, hosted at SourceForge, USA)
Mini-FAQ Anti Virus Software for Linux/Unix (german, hosted at University of Applied Sciences, Furtwangen, Germany)
Latest stuff can be found in CVS.
HTMLized, 800x600 (zipped)
HTMLized, 1024x768 (zipped)
Listen to the talk (MP3 file, don't know if this one is an official recording, language: german, size: approx 16 MB)
Thanks to SuSE Germany for funding my work on this project.
Thanks to Frank Ziemann for the LAVP logo
Contact: Rainer Link
eMail: link at suse.de