I can confirm this happens on a fresh lunar install:

# lxc launch ubuntu-daily:lunar test-freshclam
# lxc exec test-freshclam bash
# apt update && apt dist-upgrade -y
# apt install clamav
# freshclam

Mon Feb 13 17:29:24 2023 -> ClamAV update process started at Mon Feb 13 
17:29:24 2023
Mon Feb 13 17:29:24 2023 -> daily database available for download (remote 
version: 26811)
Time:    1.8s, ETA:    0.0s [========================>]   57.91MiB/57.91MiB
Segmentation fault (core dumped)

Likewise, running again with a cooldown still triggers it:

Mon Feb 13 18:28:41 2023 -> ^You are on cool-down until after: 2023-02-14 
Mon Feb 13 18:28:41 2023 -> bytecode database available for download (remote 
version: 333)
Time:    0.4s, ETA:    0.0s [========================>]  286.79KiB/286.79KiB
Segmentation fault (core dumped)

I couldn't find any reported issues upstream that are related to this, but it 
seems most likely this is due to the merge from debian from 
0.103.6+dfsg-1ubuntu1 to 0.103.7+dfsg-1ubuntu1

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  freshclam assert failure: *** stack smashing detected ***: terminated

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