[CentOS] Antivirus logging linux

Fri Aug 26 00:29:37 UTC 2005
Wayne <wayne at nightsol.net>

Hi Andreas,

Sounds like it might do the trick, Ill check it out will probably have to
wait for the next release for a roll out so it supports centos 4, just a
quick question..
On your last point, I can run a single license @ $40 to scan emails?
Its usually per user when you do that isnt it with most products..


On 25/08/2005 22:33, "Andreas Rogge" <arogge at gmx.de> wrote:

> Hello Wayne,
> I don't think it is exactly what you are looking for, but I'm currently
> evaluating Computer Associates eTrust Antivirus for use in a quite mixed
> environment.
> It works quite good and has something they call "Alert Manager". I
> haven't had the chance to review all data sinks they provide, but I
> think they will at least support a user-defined script (which could then
> insert data into your RDBMs).
> They also provide a great Report-Engine which probably already provides
> most of the reporst you could genereate through your RDBMS.
> The only problem - at least for me - is that they currently don't
> support RHEL 4 (which will change in the next release).
> Oh... and just to mention it: it only costs about $ 40 per license, no
> matter what system it shall run on (Windows 95-2003, Linux/i386,
> Linux/390, HP-UX, MacOS X, Netware) and what options (i.e. MS-Exchange
> and/or Novell Groupwise Scanner) you need.
> Regards,
> Andreas
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