[clamav-users] ClamAV+exim: scanner finds not a single malware
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Sun May 29 05:22:28 EDT 2016
On 29/05/2016 10:19, kristen R wrote:
> It should be obvious although not mentioned that everyone who uses
> clamav is your fan club. I am a fan.
> I also believe that clamav is an open source project? So if someone
> doesn't like this product then they might submit a patch for improve
> features or functionality?
> If this is true, then bitching is unproductive. Else put your code
> where your mouth is.
I agree. So, all you people that dont like the product and it features
of ClamAV, come on and put your hands up, stop bitching and submit your
own patches. (Although the slight flaw in the statement is the
assumption that all users have the ability to code and fix the product.
If everyone that drives a car had the ability to fix them too, there
wouldnt be any service garages would there. And not being skilled enough
to fix the car themselves doesnt mean they have to accept the
ineffective brakes 'as a feature'. In reality, of course, most people
are simply too busy running an IT department or mail server to learn
such new skills and leaves coding to CODERS.)
And, army of disgruntled coders, whilst youre at it, maybe you can also
help to solve the REAL PROBLEM of the signatures out too (effectivity
and frequency). Then the rest of us that like Clam (for its opportunity
to employ more useful 3rd party signature) can also benefit. After all,
of Sane security can make effective signatures, as a one man unfunded
operation, then why oh why cant a CISCO-backed 'company' with its code
open to the worlds programmers not do the same? (Irony, anyone?)
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