Hey i am going to be setting up a website where people can upload their files, a nas drive, and have dropbox. At some point the client files need to get over to the main workstation for mixing and editing. So my isssue is, as far as i know, i cant just run a virus scan while the files are on dropbox, they have to be downloaded, then scanned. Im not sure if i can have the nas scan the files before they are written to it. The files are too big to just email otherwise i could scan the attachment. Unless there is an email service that allows large file transfers, or maybe a dedicated file xfer service or application that allows scanning either at the upload time or before i download. So my concern is downloading contaminated files, since not all clients keep their daw machine offline, and audio only. Im thinking i may have to get a tablet, or chromebook or laptop/pc, whose sole purpose is for downloading client files and checking them. (Maybe streaming too just to get good use from the machine.) This way if there's an issue i can just quickly restore windows on it. The only other thing i can think of is if i can have a web page where the file is directly uploaded to it and appears in the browser. Then i can go to the page and left click/scan for viruses before it gets downloaded. The down side to that is i could get a contaminated file on the server hosting the site. Id then likely have to clear the server of all files and re upload the site, which means downtime. It would be nice to have a sort of buffer zone before these files get to any of my devices. Any thoughts or ideas on this are welcome. We are a long way away from mailing tapes and cdr's, which at least couldn't host malware!!!!