Does that need to be setup as a cron job?Use clamscan to scan your user accounts
it's very resource intensive as are all virus scanners, however, it's probably something you should run on occasion.Does that need to be setup as a cron job?
I have sometimes used ClamAV through cPanel on some accounts, and it does identify shell scripts.
But I find it uses loads of server resource, therefore would probably not be a good idea to scan all hosted accounts this way?
Appreciate any help.
it's probably best to put the log in /var/log/clamscan.log30 2 * * 1 /usr/local/cpanel/bin/cpuwatch 2 clamscan -ri /home >/root/clamscan.log 2>&1
Note this will only produce a log output file in /root/clamscan.log that lists all infected files it finds. It will not delete or remove infected files.
there is.. and you can purchase upload guardian as mentioned in the other thread which seems to do the trick.I would consider running as a cron once per day, but not ideal.
Is there no way that system can check for every file uploaded in realtime?
I realise this could cause a little resource issue, but this would be the only way to stop at source before any damage is done?
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