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We scan every file that is uploaded to the AWS S3 assetstore using ClamAV, based on the [[method]][https://github.com/datadryad/bucket-antivirus-function] described by Upside Travel. Files that have been scanned have two tags added to their S3 Objects: `av-status` and `av-timestamp`. Objects with an `av-status` of `INFECTED` cannot be downloaded.
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We scan every file that is uploaded to the AWS S3 assetstore using ClamAV, based on the [https://github.com/datadryad/bucket-antivirus-function method] described by Upside Travel. Files that have been scanned have two tags added to their S3 Objects: `av-status` and `av-timestamp`. Objects with an `av-status` of `INFECTED` cannot be downloaded.

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We scan every file that is uploaded to the AWS S3 assetstore using ClamAV, based on the method described by Upside Travel. Files that have been scanned have two tags added to their S3 Objects: `av-status` and `av-timestamp`. Objects with an `av-status` of `INFECTED` cannot be downloaded.