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Linux version of Eset Nod 32 with Ubuntu 15.04?


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#1 Mayan170

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Posted 28 September 2015 - 11:42 AM

Hi there guys,

I am brand new to Ubuntu; have just installed the Ubuntu 15.04 Operating System. I want to know if it is ok to install Eset Nod 32 on this OP. Has Ubuntu 15.04 got it's own Malware program installed? This is what I don't know. I know that Eset insists to work alone, so if this vers. of Ubuntu has it's own Malware program, will it work with Eset or not?? Can anybody help me please? Thanks.



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Posted 29 September 2015 - 02:01 AM

 

I want to know if it is ok to install Eset Nod 32

Sure it is, Installing antivirus in Linux is " optional ".

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Posted 29 September 2015 - 11:05 AM

Did you Update your system yet?  And activate the Firewall, Type in Terminal: sudo ufw enable and hit Enter, enter password (you will not see it) then hit Enter again.  It will show you some text saying that it will activate when computer starts, or something to that effect.


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Posted 01 October 2015 - 12:10 AM

Related post. Bear in mind, it was written on Ubuntu 14.04.






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