M_R Posted December 10, 2010 Report Share Posted December 10, 2010 Hello, I have run into a problem here: I got this Win32:parite virus which infects executable files. It has infected my Linux installation via Wine (didn't know a virus could spread via Wine). All of the .exe files I have are infected. Now, I know that this virus will never be able to infect any Linux executable, but the problem is that this is a server here, and it's going to infect other machines running Windows via SAMBA. So I'd like to remove all the executables and replace them with new uninfected files. I found the file that briught the virus in, but it has spread all over, so I need to delete all .exe files first. Is there a search program which is as effective as Windows' tools? I don't care if it is a command, I just need a reliable way of locating any *.exe files. I have located most of them, but I need to make sure there are no more exe's in my Linux. Thanks in advance, I know this is quite simple. [moved from Software by spinynorman] Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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