Antivirus Live CD free Linux tool for Windows systems

That's it Antivirus Live CD is a Linux distribution based on 4MLinux and includes the ClamAV scanner. It's built for system administrators who need a lightweight live CD with an anti-virus scanner. New just released and available for download.Antivirus Live CD

As the name suggests, the main αυτού του εργαλείου είναι η αναζήτηση ιών στο σύστημα σας. Οι ενημερώσεις για τους νέους ιούς που έχουν εμφανιστεί μπορούν να κατέβουν από το δια, before starting the scanning process.

Some users may wonder what the Antivirus Live CD serves on the Linux platform, but the answer to this question is simple. It is not designed for Linux users, although it is perfectly compatible with Linux partitions, if necessary.

The tool is built to detect viruses in other operating systems, such as Windows, for example.

It is very user friendly, as typing the command "antivir" will present you with three simple options, to scan the computer, download updates Or of the ClamAV software. You can also run it with Midnight Commander in order to access some essentials , such as copying, meta or deletion.

“Antivirus Live CD is based on 4MLinux and contains the ClamAV scanner. It is designed for users who need a lightweight live CD that will help them protect their computers from viruses. Both Ethernet (including Wi-Fi Wireless) and dial-up (including fast USB modems) are supported to enable automatic database updates. ”

"All partitions are automatically mounted at startup, so ClamAV can scan all supported file systems that are: btrfs, ext2, ext3, ext4, FAT, HFS, HFS +, jfs, Minix, NTFS, ReiserFS, and XFS. The Antivirus Live CD is fully UNetbootin compatible, which can be used to create an easy to use Antivirus Live USB. The latest version 11.0-0.98.5 is based on 4MLinux 11.0 and contains ClamAV 0.98.5, ”states official webpage.

Download it Antivirus Live CD 11.0-0.98.5 from here. The tool will not replace files that have been lost due to the virus but will disinfect your system. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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