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I am using Debian squeeze. I want to enable on access scanning and scanning of downloaded files and all options which are employed by a proprietary virus scanner for Windows on Linux. I am using Debain 6. How to do it?

I am given clamfs dazuko (clamuko) avfs as options. But I can't find the steps to enable it.

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dazukofs is no longer maintained, only works for pre 2.6.38 kernel IIRC – warl0ck Mar 3 '13 at 10:57
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What is the exact problem you wish to solve by enabling a malware scanner on a Linux system? – schaiba Mar 3 '13 at 17:27
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The closest to an antivirus is ClamAV, but that one is more geared towards integration as a scanner of email. It can also be used stand-alone to check files. – vonbrand Mar 4 '13 at 20:22

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