The spectre of Antivirus has reared its' ugly head again at work, but this time the scope includes our AIX environments as well as linux. At least now within the organisation the general consensus is to just go with ClamAV, but I've managed to resist an antivirus product for so long in the linux/unix environments that I still don't want to install anything at all. So, my questions to the members of the unix/linux community here are: - has anything changed in the last 5 years or so to make AV on linux/unix worthwhile? - what arguments can I use to support my position of not installing any AV at all? - am I just going to have to accept reality, install ClamAV and be done with it?