NAC - AVG Anti-Virus
Mark L. Chang
mchang at ee.washington.edu
Mon Dec 16 23:16:19 EST 2002
On Mon, Dec 16, 2002 at 09:12:06PM -0500 or thereabouts, Brett Dikeman wrote:
> No; in fact, q-list people are the only folks I've ever heard talk
> about it. Frankly, I wouldn't trust it further than I could throw it.
> Free stuff is free for a reason.
Free, as in beer, software is not "free for a reason". I know Brett
didn't mean this generalization in a bad way, as I know he's a
Linux-head at heart. So, I'll just leave it at that.
As for anti-virus software, I heard about the Grisoft stuff here on the
qlist first, yes. I have not heard of it otherwise. It works decently
well, though, and I like the philosophy of the company. As far as work
environments go, perhaps you could get a trial version from them and see
how it goes before purchasing licenses? I've only had Norton at the
workplace, and it worked okay - the server would push updates out to
everyone to keep you up to date, and it was pretty darned transparent
from the end user standpoint.
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