Once the virus definitions have been updated, you can start a scan with the clamscan command.Running in the terminal will spit out a lot of different options which you can use to customize how Clam scans your files.2014 11 16 Released Copfilter 2.1.92beta6 for IPCop 2.1.7 This release completes the promised spamassassin 3rd Party rule updates Great thanks goes to Shelby GT500 for sorting out last issues before releasing.2014 11 09 Released Copfilter 2.1.92beta5 for IPCop 2.1.7 This is a security and bug fix release and it is recommended to update your system as soon as possible.Änderungen in Deutsch / Changes in english (thanks to Fischer M) 2012 10 28 12.53 IPCop 2.0.6 Update was published today, to fix the /var/log Symlink for flash installations.
This can be easily accomplished by running the command Later updates should go a lot faster because freshclam will only download updates and not all definitions.
With safe browsing habits, there's a rare chance that you'd ever get infected with malware. The other option is to skip the graphical interface and just use the Clam engine via the command line.
Running the engine via the command line may be advantageous for a number of reasons, such as when issuing commands to another machine via SSH, or when you’re working on a weak system that lags under a graphical desktop environment.
Please download and install the security fix for Copfilter v1 & Copfilter v2 2012 01 07 Released Copfilter 2.0.91beta1 Copfilter 2.0.91beta1 comes with some new improvements, new addons, a revised gui, revised shell output and in additional some bugs has been fixed.
The most important change is the new integrated C-ICAP filter, which comes with a virus filter and an urlfilter for HTTP traffic.