In IPFire most of ClamAV is automatically configured, but for advanced configuration changes configuration files must be manually edited.
After the installation clamav activates itself automatically, which can be verified under status -> Services.
ClamAV is now installed, so activate the “squidclamav” in the proxy settings. If “squidclamav” does not show up here, verifiy that you installed both packages.
Important: ClamAV requires more Squid proxy filter processes (when enabled it increases the number of Squid proxy processes by 10). This in turn leads to a more memory being used. If your IPFire box has a small amount of memory (< 512MB) you should seek advice in IPFire chat.
To test the security of your ClamAV installation, download the standard Anti-Malware test file from the EICAR organisation using HTTP (not HTTPS!). This is not an actual virus and should do no damage to your system.
You can manually update your virus signatures with the following command over the Console:
If have problems with streaming media, like Youtube, you can stop Adobe Flash applications and videos from being scanned.
1. Add the following line should be added to your /etc/squidclamav.conf.
It must be added before the line containing:
2. Restart the proxy so that ClamAV is restarted and re-reads its configuration.