Kapersky version & license question on Linux

Julian Field mailscanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Wed Apr 30 11:09:56 IST 2003

It's not an answer to your question, but take a look at F-Secure as well.
Their new version includes both the Kaspersky and the F-Prot engines in 1
product, so you get better coverage for just 1 product.
Not a clue how much it costs though, but I thought you should be aware of
this as it may affect your purchasing decision.

At 07:57 30/04/2003, you wrote:
>Hi all,
>although it seems a little off-topic in this group there're problably some
>who already know this:
>For a commercial installation with M.S. I'd like to use the Kapersky
>antivirus software as they've got an overall good rating in anti-virus
>tests. They're offering a "personal version" and a "file server" version
>for linux. Which of these version should I use to work [best] with
>Although I could not find any hints in their contract about
>licensing/using this for a multi-domain mail-relay? Does anybody know if
>there's a special contract (i.e. price ,-)) to pay if I plan to use a
>single working license for say 10 domains?
>Thanks & regards,
>Soeren Gerlach

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