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Notes and resources for virus protection in Windows and Linux. (Don't relax your guard, viruses, worms, etc. can be written for Linux, but there is much less chance of them being able to infect your machine or do any damage. It is not uncommon to set up virus protection on a Linux server to offer some protection to Windows (mail) clients using the server.

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Virus Protection for Windows

Free (no cost)

Not Free

  • Can't remember the name of the product I was using -- it was free, but they started charging for updates and I switched (to AntiVir Guard Personal Edition). (IIRC, it was from CA (Computer Associates).)

Virus Protection for Windows, on Linux

Virus Protection for Linux

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Recommended for Specific Needs

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Recommended by Others

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No Recommendation

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Not Recommended

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