OT: Virus Scanners
dward at nccumc.org
Wed Dec 13 23:14:15 GMT 2006
I have a copy of the latest BitDefender free version (that I could fine).
Anyone interested please let me know off list.
On 12/13/06, Scott Silva <ssilva at sgvwater.com> wrote:
> Brad Beckenhauer spake the following on 12/13/2006 2:07 PM:
> > Scott Silva wrote:
> >> Brad Beckenhauer spake the following on 12/13/2006 12:30 PM:
> >>> Hello,
> >>> I'm putting together the budget for next year and looking for
> >>> suggestions for commercial anti-virus products for MailScanner running
> >>> on Linux.
> >>> I'd like to know what products are preferred and if you have any
> >>> pricing, it would be appreciated.
> >>> thanks.
> >>> Brad
> >> The first thing I would look at is your current corporate virus
> >> scanner. Some
> >> give you access to a commandline scanner for linux that is included in
> >> your
> >> licensing. Our McAfee subscription gives us that, at no extra cost.
> > Understood, We're currently running Clamav and Norman but want to add a
> > third scanner.
> You could also look around for the free BitDefender version. I still see
> occasionally on mirror sites, and probably still have an install file
> around. I have even had it be the sole virus scanner to hit on occasion,
> not very often. It comes in handy if one of the other ones times out,
> MailScanner is like deodorant...
> You hope everybody uses it, and
> you notice quickly if they don't!!!!
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