Viruses and malware can create havoc quickly on your servers and on your users’ computers. While you’re users should obviously have protection installed on their machines, it is always a good idea to have server side protection enable as well.
Moodle comes with an anti-virus option all ready to go – the open source Clam AV. To enable it, first make sure that the Clam AV software is install on your server, then simply have an administrator head to Settings > Site administration > Security > Anti-Virus.
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