Linux doesn't have many great antivirus options available.
Don't get me wrong, there are actually a few options nowadays. We've got the ever-present ClamAV; BitDefender has a good reputation, but I haven't played with it yet; Sophos AV for Linux seems to be in limbo. ESET for Linux exists, as does Symantec Endpoint Protection for Linux. That's a pretty decent range - but they each have some real drawback. Assuming the price is right, you still see compatibility, usability, licensing dramas, or resource drain challenges.
Most recently, the Linux version of …