How to Scan Linux for Vulnerabilities with ClamAV
Running a system scan using ClamAV can help you investigate a system that you suspect might be compromised or infected. This video shows steps to use an automated script created by Linode that installs ClamAV and runs a system scan and also includes manual steps to install ClamAV and run a system scan.
Chapters: 0:00 – Intro
1:20 – Performing an Offline Scan
4:30 – Investigating Suspicious Files
5:45 – Performing a Manual Scan
10:23 – Outro
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