[K12OSN] Anti-Virus Firewall
jim at winonacotter.org
Tue Apr 13 18:10:24 UTC 2004
Thanks for the plugin ideas. Luckily I have a box all ready to test it
on when I get time. I think this sounds like it should do what I want.
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Sent: Tuesday, April 13, 2004 11:57 AM
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Subject: Re: [K12OSN] Anti-Virus Firewall
You could do the same thing with squid. If you goto the clamav webpage
under the 3rc party modules they have a plug in that makes squid and
clamav play together.
On 4/13/04 9:27 AM, "Tim Litwiller" <tim at litwiller.net> wrote:
> I haven't done it but I have seen that there is a clamav patch for
> dansguardian that is supposed to do something like what you want.
> Under 3rd party plugins and patches.
> Jim Kronebusch wrote:
>> Does anyone know of a way to integrate/build and anti-virus firewall?
>> Just wondering if there is a way to build a Linux router that not
>> only performs routing and content filtering, but also scans all
>> traffic against a virus definition.
>> I have looked at some packages like those from www.fortinet.com
>> <http://www.fortinet.com> but have also seen the hefty price tags on
>> enterprise types of setups which is the category a standard school
>> size would fall into.
>> Or even an option that is separate from the router and is a stand
>> alone virus scanner for all inbound/outbound network traffic at the
>> head of the network. I am not really concerned about traffice inside
>> the network as I will assume this is "clean", just traffic from web
>> browsing and transferring documents to and off campus and through
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