Wow,  too advanced for me..Anyway, thanks for your guide. Appreciate that.

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13.02.2018 22:15, teo peishen пишет:
> Btw, how to set up it as windows service?
>
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> From: teo peishen<mailto:teopeis...@live.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, February 14, 2018 12:01 AM
> To: ClamAV users ML<mailto:clamav-users@lists.clamav.net>
> Subject: Re: [clamav-users] Please guide me
>
> Thank a lot. I am learning introduction to Linux subject for my IT course. 
> That is why I wanna try out clamAV. I am learning. Thanks for your tips. I 
> try the clam.exe –help. But it does not help much. Maybe you can improve the 
> documentation for the application.
>
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> From: Micah Snyder (micasnyd)<mailto:micas...@cisco.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, February 13, 2018 10:14 PM
> To: ClamAV users ML<mailto:clamav-users@lists.clamav.net>
> Subject: Re: [clamav-users] Please guide me
>
> Hi Teo Peishen,
>
> ClamAV is a command-line based program so the learning curve is a little high 
> for setup.  One of our goals going forwards after our next version release is 
> to make ClamAV easier to work with, but for the time being it’s a little 
> cumbersome.  If you’re fairly adept with command line programs on Windows or 
> Linux, stay around and try out ClamAV.  If you’re just looking for a free 
> antivirus product that works out-of-the-box, you may want to try Immunet.
>
> If you want to keep playing with ClamAV on Windows, I recommend using 
> ClamAV-0.100.0-beta.  This version has configuration files that are written 
> with Windows in mind (older versions have the Unix ones which won’t work 
> without modification).  The 0.100.0-beta version also sets up the database 
> directory for you.
>
> The basics of ClamAV usage are:
> 1. Configure the virus definition updater, Freshclam.
> a. Start by copying the C:\Program 
> Files\ClamAV\conf_examples\freshclam.conf.sample
> to C:\Program Files\ClamAV\freshclam.conf.
> b. Modify C:\Program Files\ClamAV\freshclam.conf to remove or comment out the 
> “Example” line.
> This line exists to force users to read the configuration files themselves so 
> they don’t make assumptions about the way ClamAV is configured.  I realize 
> it’s not a friendly way to do that and we’re investigating ways to improve 
> configuration set up in the future.   Again, if you’re using ClamAV 0.99.3 or 
> older, you’ll have to modify a lot of fields in the configuration file such 
> as the file paths so they make sense for Windows.
>
> 2 (0.99.3 only). On ClamAV v0.99.3 and earlier you may need to create the 
> C:\Program Files\ClamAV\\database directory by hand.  In v0.100.0-beta, the 
> database directory should already exist.
>
> 3. Freshclam is the program to update your virus definitions, and it’s time 
> to update those definitions.  Open an elevated command prompt:
> a. Open the Start menu.
> b. Type “cmd”.
> c. Right click on “cmd.exe” and select “Run as Administrator”
> d. Using the elevated command prompt, run freshclam.exe. This will update 
> your virus definitions.  The command is something like:
> C:\Users\Micah> "C:\Program Files\ClamAV\freshclam.exe"
>
> 4. Now you can scan stuff.  Keep the command prompt open.  You’ll want it to 
> run scans.  You basically have 2 options for how to scan stuff.
> a. You can scan things directly using Clamscan.exe.  It may take a minute for 
> the virus definitions to load before the scan begins.
> Example usage:
> C:\Users\Micah> "C:\Program Files\ClamAV\clamscan.exe” 
> "C:\Users\Micah\Documents”
> b. -or- You can scan things indirectly, by running the ClamD.exe scanning 
> engine continuously, and [in a different command prompt] trigger scans using 
> ClamDScan.exe.  This option has the benefit of loading the virus definition 
> database once when you start ClamD.exe, and then any file or directory you 
> scan with ClamDScan.exe will be scanned immediately.
> To use ClamD.exe, you will need to set up the clamd.conf file in the same way 
> you set up freshclam.conf.
> Example usage:
> C:\Users\Micah> "C:\Program Files\ClamAV\clamd.exe”
> In another cmd.exe:
> C:\Users\Micah> "C:\Program Files\ClamAV\clamdscan.exe” 
> "C:\Users\Micah\Documents”
>
> That’s it for the basics.
> For more information about how to use each of the ClamAV programs, use the 
> “--help” command line options.
> Do please note that the default configuration for ClamAV will notify you 
> about infected files, but it will not quarantine or delete them by default.
>
> Cheers,
> Micah
>
> Micah Snyder
> Software Engineer
> Talos
> Cisco Systems, Inc.
>
>
>
> On Feb 13, 2018, at 4:18 AM, Al Varnell 
> <alvarn...@mac.com<mailto:alvarn...@mac.com>> wrote:
>
> Cisco is the developer of Immunet, which uses ClamAV, so not really third 
> party.
>
> -Al-
> ClamXAV (3rd party) user
>
> On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 01:14 AM, teo peishen wrote:
>
> So, you suggest the third party software instead of open source software?
>
> From: Al Varnell
> I suspect you will find the Immunet <http://www.immunet.com/index> or ClamWin 
> <http://www.clamwin.com> versions much easier to setup and use with your 
> setup.
>
> -Al-
> ClamXAV user
>
> On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 12:58 AM, teo peishen wrote:
>
> I download from here.
> https://www.clamav.net/downloads#otherversions
> The win64 version.
>
> From: Al Varnell
> First off, which of these versions did you download and install 
> <http://www.clamav.net/downloads#otherversions>.
>
> And then did you look through the applicable installation documentation 
> <http://www.clamav.net/documents/installing-clamav>.
>
> -Al-
>
> On Mon, Feb 12, 2018 at 11:45 PM, teo peishen wrote:
>
> I am running windows 10. I download clamav installer from your website. After 
> running the installer, the installer create a file in my program files. About 
> next, how to run it conf and download database and set it as service. I am 
> totally lost and there are no information on the web. I wish someone can help 
> me . Thanks.
>
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