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Searches attachments and archives for malicious code

AMaViS-ng is a modular rewrite of amavisd and amavis-perl. It scans email for malicious code inside attachments and archive files, stopping delivery if malicious code is found. It supports integration of several third-party virus scanners and integrates nicely into several MTA setups. Unlike amavis-perl and amavisd, there is no need for build-time configuration


Download version 0.3.12 (stable)
released on 6 March 2003

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LicenseVerified byVerified onNotes
GPLv2Janet Casey12 June 2002

Leaders and contributors

Hilko Bengen Maintainer

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Software prerequisites

Kind Description
Required to use Config_IniFiles
Weak prerequisite Postfix
Weak prerequisite sophie
Required to use Convert_UUlib
Weak prerequisite File_Scan
Required to use Compress_Zlib
Required to use Convert_TNEF
Weak prerequisite Clam Antivirus
Required to use Archive_Tar
Required to use File_MMagic
Weak prerequisite sendmail
Required to use Archive_Zip
Required to use MIME_Tools
Weak prerequisite Exim
Weak prerequisite qmail 1.03

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 26 December 2016.


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