Free Antivirus for Linux: Avast Linux Home Edition

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Avast Free Linux Home Edition is one of the best free antivirus for Linux. It is free for Home and non-commercial use. The antivirus kernel features outstanding detection abilities, together with high performance.

Avast Free Linux Edition claims 100% detection of In-the-Wild viruses (viruses already spreading between users) and excellent detection of Trojan horses with minimum false positives.

Avast Free Linux Home Edition can scan inside lot of archives, including: ARJ, ZIP, MIME (+ all associated formats), DBX (Outlook Express archives), RAR, TAR, GZIP, BZIP2, ZOO, ARC, LHA/LHX, TNEF (winmail.dat), CPIO, RPM, ISO, and SIS. It also supports a number of executable packers (such as PKLite, Diet, UPX, ASPack, FSG, MEW, etc.)

Here are features of Avast Free Antivirus for Linux :

ANTIVIRUS KERNEL

  • Almost 100% detectionfree_antivirus_for_linux
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  • Outstanding performance
  • Reasonable memory requirements

USER INTERFACE

  • Intuitive Simple User Interface
  • Independent on installed graphic libraries
  • Testing of whole disks or just selected folders
  • Defining and running of antivirus tests
  • Storing the scan results (history)
  • Virus encyclopedia
  • Command-line scanner with STDIN/STDOUT mode

UPDATES

  • Non-incremental updates
  • Updates can be completely automatic

All these features make Avast one of the best Free Antivirus for Linux.  The fact that it is free for Home and Non-Commercial use is the deal clincher. Download using links at the end.

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  • http://useful-toall.blogspot.com/ sk

    good..but linux doesn’t need antivirus right?

    • Dumitru Ursu

      true. I guess it detects windows viruses only. because GNU/Linux doesn’t have any…