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when i do a clamscan on my box, and server, the only way that i can see if anything is infected is to keep the term that i started it in open. yet it doesn't say which of those files are the infected one's. i've tried it with the -l flag to put it to a file, yet that gives me pretty much the same thing.
now i know that i have a file that someone decided to send me, virus that is, that i kept to show the abuse line of their isp, and i know that clam has two that are kept as references.
would anyone know how to print the infected files so that you can find and remove them? is there a flag that i could use? i've read through the man, and help on the cmd line, yet i can't see anything.
and since i started writing this i rm the file that i knew was bad so i can't get a notice, that is OK or not on the end of the file. a flag would be nicer than having to
clamscan -r / | grep infected > scan.txt