Viruses is the most common issue that is facing by both home and enterprise computing networks, well normally enterprise network administrator uses commercial antivirus solution to protect their network, while most of the home user uses free antivirus solution for their computers.
If you are using windows based operating system than click here to learn about antivirus for windows.
If you are looking for antivirus solution for your android based operating system than click here to learn about. At this time we have decided to write about best antivirus solution for Unix like Linux based operating system, although Linux is more secure than windows (click here to learn) but it is better to have a antivirus in Linux.
Clam antivirus application is one of my favourite antivirus for Linux, ClamAV is an open source (GPL) antivirus engine designed for detecting Trojans, viruses, malware and other malicious threats, it support mostly Debian, ubuntu, SUSE, RED HAT, Fedora, Mandriva, and Gentoo. Click here to learn more about Clam.
If you think that avast is a player for only windows than you are wrong, avast antivirus is also available for Linux operating system, The Home Edition is offered free of charge but only for home, non-commercial use. It can on any Linux distribution (x86 platform only) with GLIBC version 2.1 or higher and pthreads libraries installed. It provides a great performance with a wide virus database. click here to learn more about Avast for Linux.
Just like Avast, AVG also provides a antivirus for Linux based operating system, AVG has been designed to work with Unix like operating system so it can run on any distro of Linux as well as for BSD, AVG comes among the most favourite antivirus solution and it is free also. It provides Free technical support and updates to latest versions throughout your subscription term. Click here to learn more.
BitDefender is also available for Unix like operating system means it can be applicable on Linux and BSD like freeBSD and NetBSD etc. It is available on both interface means it is available for graphical user interface and command line interface. Click here to learn more.