COMODO AntiVirus for Linux?
I know a big so called "Selling" point of Linux for a lot of people, especially me, would be the fact that Linux is essentially virus free (even though you can still get on if you run windows programs with WINE or you intentionally download a virus). But I have recently found and downloaded and joined the Beta Program of COMODO AntiVirus for Linux. They have a .deb available to make it easy to install and run. I am just wondering, what would be the point of advertising and selling this product to consumers if distros advertise as Virus Free, Ubuntu does this (http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/why-use-ubuntu). If Linux is basically virus free, why even waste time on a program like this? I was just wondering... I only downloaded it so I could check it out.