Clam AntiVirus

While waiting for McAfee binaries for Linux, I was told me quickly get some anti-virus solution up and running so we'd be able to cover our assesbases. Naturally, I turned to Clam AntiVirus. For some reason, the Oracle Enterprise Linux RPM pages did not show clamav anywhere. So I checked their website and found the wonderful Dag Wieers maintaining all kinds of clamav binaries for RedHat and Fedora.
While at it, I'm trying to build a local clamav server too, so my servers all update from an internal repository instead of the web (as it's easier on the lives of our security officers!). I'm not sure of and how I can do that, though.


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