On Linux platforms, antivirus programs normally have a problem that is especially significant in the case of newbies: they work from the command console. Not all users are prepared nor do they have the experience necessary to control applications by means of this system, thus Penguin Pills will be very handy for them.
Penguin Pills is nothing else than a graphical interface for 9 different antivirus applications. Forget about the command console and make the most of this GUI to work with your security programs with greater ease.
- Works with Avast, AVG, Avira, BitDefender, Eset, F-Prot, F-Secure, Kaspersky and Panda... More than 10 compatible antiviruses.
- Support for scanning using the “drag & drop” functions.
- Integration with the context menu.
- Shortcut by means of the icon in the system tray.
Penguin Pills uses XML templates to define scans, paths, help parameters and update paths. As you have seen, it isn't an antivirus program itself, it is just a control interface. There are various XML templates, but you can configure additional new templates and place them in the corresponding folder.
Working with a Linux platform doesn't mean you can't be infected. That is why Penguin Pills can come in very handy. Files sent by email, shared folders... There are various ways in which you can become a victim of a security attack.
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