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Vexira Antivirus for Linux Server December 9, 2009

Posted by endare in Anti Virus.
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Vexira Antivirus for Linux Server is an complete virus defense system designed for easy and dependable virus prevention on Linux based servers. Vexira Antivius uses an advanced multi-platform virus inspection technology. Often Linux servers will store executable programs for networked client systems of a different architecture. A common network configuration would have Microsoft Windows client workstations storing executables and data on a Linux file server. Vexira Antivirus can be configured to protect the open file shares and prevent client workstations from saving, reading, writing and executing virus infected files. Vexira Antivirus utilizes a high-performance file analysis technology. This technology accurately identifies which files may contain malicious code requiring further investigation, and those files which do not, a process that greatly increases virus-scanning speed. Some features include: Ability to scan files automatically as they are accessed, Configureable path protection, E-mail notification, Blocked access to infected files, Options to repair, rename, or delete infected files, Automated Internet updating Virus scan archives (.zip, .rar, gz, .tar, etc…) Command-line scanner, Scalable concurrent scanning, Heuristic detection of new macro viruses, Low system resource requirements.
 
Homepage http://www.centralcommand.com/linux_server.html
Download http://www.centralcommand.com/ts/dl/valxsrv.tgz
Author Not Shown <sales_AT_centralcommand_DOT_C.O.M>
Version 2
Licence Commercial
Source No
Environment Console
Status Stable
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