Anti Virus Bootable Scanner

Discussion in 'General Linux' started by Tom Frassrand, Jun 6, 2014.

  1. Tom Frassrand

    Tom Frassrand New Member

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    I am looking for a way to scan a Linux (CentOS) system from bootable media, either a usb stick or CD. I have been looking around and even called a few of the bigger companies and they don't have what I am looking for. Kaspersky Rescue disk 10 supports Windows and calling them was fruitless. Any help or links would be awesome and greatly appreciated.


    Thanks,
    Tom
  2. ryanvade

    ryanvade Administrator Staff Member Staff Writer

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    Why do you need to scan CentOS? The likeliness of your computer being infected are severely small.
  3. Falcao

    Falcao New Member

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    Well, in fact we have this solution in the company I work for, unfortunately, the setup was made in company headquarter and I had no participation on that. Is basically a ubuntu bootable pendrive with Avira and Kapersky installed. Every time you make a scan it updates virus definition files trough Internet, then perform the scan. I would sugest you to keep googling a solution like this!

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