[clamav-users] Installing question
MOHAMED OMAR MAKRAM
adamupaccounting at gmail.com
Fri Mar 29 12:43:13 EDT 2019
Sorry for adding to your daily problems. I didn't know this isn't the place
to get the help I need, and I don't have issues in my sites as long as I am
still paying for the high-priced firewall and virus scan.
I am not impatient. I couldn't find a solution nor a place to find an
answer yet. I am here attempting to find that solution or to find the place
where I can search for it. There is no good support that I know on
nor for Drupal period. I can post a question and wait months before someone
could see it.
Do you project your life's problems on others all the time? You could've
just said that this isn't the place to get help for that issue or you can
just say where can I find the help I need (besides google it). I am not
here disrespecting others. I am looking for help. If it isn't the place for
it, I will gladly leave but some people did give me some helpful feedback.
On Thu, Mar 28, 2019 at 10:04 AM G.W. Haywood via clamav-users <
clamav-users at lists.clamav.net> wrote:
> On Thu, 28 Mar 2019, MOHAMED OMAR MAKRAM wrote:
> > I've had this for few months. The only thing i was able to do is to
> > pay for virus protection but it is so expensive. Is there a way to
> > find those hidden files? Do you think they are in the db or in the
> > files? I am moving out to another server right now. Is there a good
> > process to do this without copying the virus along with the files?
> Firstly, you have already been told that this is not the right mailing
> list for your questions. Many such lists and similar resources exist.
> Search for them.
> Secondly, even if you were to install ClamAV, with your current level
> of skill you would not be able to use it to solve your problems. In
> my view, ClamAV is not now and never will be capable of solving them
> because that is not why it was developed. As far as I can tell its
> main attraction for you is that it is free, and that people on this
> mailing list support it for free. It would be far better for you to
> find out what your problem is before you try to implement a solution.
> If you must pay for it, then you need to do a cost-benefit analysis.
> Thirdly, if you are making Websites available on the public Internet
> and those Websites are not properly secured, and indeed have already
> been compromised, then you represent a danger, not only to the people
> who visit those sites, but also to *any* Internet-connected equipment.
> That is both irresponsible and reprehensible. The fact that you have
> ignored advice that your questions are inappropriate for this mailing
> list probably tells us how much you have thought about that, or care.
> My advice is to stop what you are doing until either you can find
> someone competent to do it safely for you, or you become sufficiently
> competent to do it safely yourself.
> There is no quick HOWTO for the impatient. Please do not willfully
> add to the problems that the rest of us have to face daily.
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