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I wonder if there is an antispyware program for Linux besides Avast.I' m not concerned that must about my Linux setup, the reason I want to have one is to check possibly infected windows systems through Linux.
Thanks. I thought Clamav was only an antivirus program.I 'll check it out.Although I had in mind something more "Spybot like", something only for malware and spyware cause I use Comodo as an antivirus.
ClamAV, as far as I know is anti-virus only, no? If it isn't, I guess that's one Spyware solution. Although most harmful spyware seems to attach itself to the Windows registry, which Linux does not have (but GConf is close, and so is xfconf).