#277 Integration of Clam Real-Time

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2006-07-29
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Integration of Clam Real-Time for a better reaction

http://sourceforge.net/projects/clamrt/

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  • Donald Want

    Donald Want - 2006-10-17

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    This would be a fantastic addition to ClamWin that would
    allow me to reduce the number of scans I make each day!

     
  • surfzoid

    surfzoid - 2008-02-18

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    Hello
    I just finish to write a windows service, who monitor all HDD for a create file, when it hapends, i put it in a "spool" and then start clamscan process to scan them one by one.
    How can i propose it to clamwin team to test it and why not integrate it in ClamWin ?

     
  • Olivier Cailloux

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    That seems really interesting. How does this relate to Clam Real-time (http://sourceforge.net/projects/clamrt/, apparently no more active) or Winpooch Watchdog (http://sourceforge.net/projects/winpooch/) ?

    Answering to myself, apparently Winpooch is not compatible with XP SP3 or Vista (see Winpooch bug reports)...

    Is it possible to download your software?

     
  • surfzoid

    surfzoid - 2008-06-06

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    oliviermir
    I just finis to translate it in C#, just need few time to use klamwin paramater under linux and then it will work under win and nux with mono-service, ion this time yu can try the VB version, but you need a powerfull machine, clamscan.exe consum lot of ressource.
    ClamWin
    RT use the clamwin config file for db path, clamscan path and scan file filter, it is located in my projects (surfzoid)
    http://sourceforge.net/users/surfzoid/

     
  • Olivier Cailloux

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    Thanks for that. Unfortunately the project still need some work, in my opinion (at least on the packaging / installer side). I don't trust it enough for the moment to use it as an anti-virus scheme...

    See the comment in your forum: http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?forum_id=813092.

    I'll keep an eye on it!

     

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