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Verify particular software is not a trojan on Linux
Dear Linux users,
I got a question:
I have a user in my company that uses http://cloudport.xyz/ service to access our network from outside.
This thing generates you a binary you run on your machine, but how could I know this is not a trojan or virus? Any way to check it? It says "no configuration required". But should I trust it? Any tools for Linux that check binaries for viruses? I already checked it with ClamAV, and ClamAV said it's OK... Is it enough?
Thank you! :)