You can determine which “drives” are “added”.
Dont “add” the “drive” with windows on it.
Use linux for linux, and be carefull with “relations” that you dont control. Just to be more safe than “MAYBE” sorry.
Also you could use clamAV on linux… but while companies compare between good and bare in a range of 95-98%, clamAV is not in competition as a windows antivirus. But i think, for linux its a good thing.
I would never say something bad about clamAV. But its for sure not close to 100%. Most important, clamAV is not a guard… You have to scan! You have to update!
An antivirus is like a pair of glasses… so, keep your eyes open
here’s the thing. true enough windows viruses won’t run in linux for as long as you don’t run them in WINE. If you don’t want to accidentally launching the virus, download all files in a ext4 file format partition. windows won’t see those drives so you won’t be able to click on them. selectively transfer the files to a FAT32 or NTFS partition after download if you wish them shared between OS’s.