[clug-talk] antivirus for samba server
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Sat Oct 1 11:20:45 PDT 2005
That is assuming the file itself is a virus and not a file that was infected
by a virus. If it's a data file or something important that was "infected"
by a virus of which you may not have a current backup, the "rm" technique
won't solve anything. The file would need to be cleaned. If it's an actual
virus file then yes, "rm" works just fine.
On September 30, 2005 11:27 pm, Travis Rousseau wrote:
> You can always just "rm" the virus right? thats what I always do...
> Travis R.
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