sudo apt update key:(your own key) sudo apt-get install clamav y sudo apt-get install clamav-daemon y sudo freshclam #may be it will show an error but it's fine we can let it be there. clamscan -r /home
r is a recursive scan so it will every single file and folder that it’s looking at in real time so that you can actually see that in the terminal window. If you don’t really want to see all that output, there’s just no need for it. So we want to see if there are any infected files.
clamscan -ri /home
So what we will add to the tech will go tech r and an I for infected. If I do the scan now it will show me if there are any infected files.
clamscan -ri --remove /home
what we can also do is that we can add remove. It will destroy any file that it finds that it think it’s a virus.
Better option: Put it into a folder
mkdir VIRUS cd VIRUS clamscan -r --move=(folder address)
sudo apt install clamtk y