Clam sentinel is a program that detects file system changes and automatically scans the files added or modified using ClamWin. Require the installation of ClamWin. For Microsoft Windows 98/98SE/Me/2000/XP/Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.1.
- Adds a real-time scanner to ClamWin
- Integrated intrusion detection
- Proactive heuristic protection
- USB and removable drive protection
- Uses ClamWin quarantine folder
- Scan logs for real-time, drives, memory, and messages
- Default configuration suitable for most users
- Easy custom configuration via system tray icon
- Supports Windows 98 and newer computers
- Supports English, Italian, French, German, Dutch, Spanish, Polish, Japanese, Russian, Portuguese, Bulgarian, Indonesian, Azeri and Galician languages
- Multiple user support
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Great software product! Straight very cool, thank you very much!
Unobtrusive, compact, stable, most importantly - works.
Excellent piece of software that allows to securely use the most reliable open source antivirus: ClamWin. Tested (and working perfectly) on Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 (in the ix86 and amd64 architectures also). The only problem that I see is an inconvenient with some temporay working files of some programs (Java, adwcleaner, even ClamWin) that are classified by Clam Sentinel like virus or malware, but I will not use another security suite anyway, because I can control perfectly from my responsability like network and computers administrator. Thanks to Andrea Russo and Robert Scroggins for giving us the possibility to use -I insist- the only reliable opensource antivirus: ClamWin.
Very good anti-virus for Windows users and a nice supplement to ClamWin. The heuristics are a bit "touchy" and need to be updated. Overall, I recommended everyone to use this along with ClamWin or ClamAV.
works well with no problems on my system. i use this on an xp with old, slow hardware. it's pretty much the only thing that will run on my system. i've noticed that the wikipedia article on clam sentinel keeps getting deleted for some reason (3x in 2 years by the same person). perhaps someone would like to recreate it?