Add ClamAV as module in Plesk to protect better the server. Thank you Parallels Team.
Is easy to use.
Liam Carey commented
This is an excellent idea as my websites require Users to upload images and documents to the server in 'real-time'.
ClamAV would give us peace of mind around malicious Malware and Virus checking.
Like mr. Madalin said, you can simply apt-get install clamav and setup cronjob as follows every night:
nice -n 19 /usr/bin/clamscan -ir /var/www/vhosts/ -l /var/log/clamscan.log (I'm running it with lowest priority)
This will scan all subscriptions in /var/www/vhosts and it will log result in /var/log/clamscan.log - you could even schedule it as well to send a report to your mail
And scan the ftp-fils
Sven L. commented
i also would love a full plesk panel support for clamav "out of the box" but i don't see it happen, because then nobody would buy plesk antivirus anymore.
Madalin Ignisca commented
you could install clamav and setup a cronjob to run when you need on any directory you want.
I'm doing this on all vhosts directories and managed many problems with some clients.
It would be very helpful