[nycbug-talk] Quick question
Nikolai N. Fetissov
nikolai.fetissov at peachisland.com
Mon Jun 13 11:16:59 EDT 2005
Check out nessus: http://nessus.org - does remote
vuln scanning. On the file scanning side, I guess,
you can share your windows drives and scan them
from FreeBSD using ClamAV (clamav.net). You'd need
samba though. Or just use clamav windows port.
On Mon, June 13, 2005 7:52 am, Daniel Gonzalez said:
> Does any one if it's possible to scan a windows PC for viruses from a
> FreeBSD box?
> Of course both boxes are on the same lan in a closed network. My FreeBSD
> box is running 5.4RC2.
> The Windows box is running Win2kPro.
> Here's my uname:
> [dgonzo at REDE2SRV:~] uname -a
> FreeBSD REDE2SRV 5.4-RC2 FreeBSD 5.4-RC2 #0: Mon Apr 25 10:53:34 EDT
> 2005 dgonzo at REDE2SRV.cablevision.com:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/DAN1 i386
> I vaguely rememeber reading aout it somewhere, but I think it was in Dru
> Lavigne's "BSD Hacks", of which I no longer own a copy. (One of my co
> workers saw it , asked to read it and refuses to give it up).
> If anyone could point me in the right direction, I would be very grateful.
> Dan Gonzalez
> Senior Maintenance Engineer
> Cablevision Lightpath
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