Linux Antivirus: Why You Need It

Central Command warns of the importance of installing and maintaining current antivirus protection on the Linux operating system (Linux). The recent push to expand the Linux market on to the consumer and corporate desktop has led to a gradual increase in the number of viruses written for Linux. Central Command has seen numerous viruses, worms, and other malicious applications exploiting vulnerabilities within Linux or Linux applications. The company offers complete virus protection solutions for Linux workstations, servers, and mail servers starting at $34.95.