WriteBash - This article will give you a script to help you install clamav on centos faster, instead of having to run each command line. I wrote it as a function, you can copy this function into any of your other scripts to use.
There are some people who say that using Linux is safe, and that ordinary viruses can not work on Linux. That is completely wrong. Previously, people could say that because of the number of machines running Linux is relatively small. So hackers do not bother to write malicious code running on Linux.
But today, the number of machines using Linux has increased. And you need to protect yourself against the dangers. There are a number of antivirus solutions that are well known for Linux users, but not everyone has a lot of money. So we need free antivirus solutions – it’s clamav.
Script install clamav
Copy the content below to a file on the server and name it install_clamav.sh (or whatever name you want).
You can download the script here.
Use script install clamav
After you finish copying the script, assign permissions to the script as follows:
chmod 700 install_clamav.sh
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Next, just run the command below to perform the clamav installation:
After the script done the installation, will be notified as the image below.
With the installation of clamav, you can feel secure about your Linux server or you can use it right on your personal computer. Of course clamav is a free solution and it can not be compared to commercial solutions like Bitdefender or Symantec …If you liked this article, then please subscribe to our YouTube Channel for more video tutorials. You can also find us on Twitter and Facebook.
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