[CentOS] Internet threat management package

Robert Slade centos at likley.co.uk
Thu Oct 4 15:20:48 UTC 2007

On Thu, 2007-10-04 at 09:26 -0500, J wrote:
> ... Looking for a recommendation for a commercial threat management 
> package.  ( Think antivirus / antispy / anti-rootkit -- all rolled into 
> one engine ), similar to this product: 
> http://usa.kaspersky.com/products_services/work-space-security.php, 
> which currently only supports one kernel for FC6, and RHEL4, officially.
> Here's the background.  Need to make a decision and investment for a 
> hybrid linux/windows network, with a Samba file server running Centos5.  
> Would like to invest a single product, rather than multiple products, 
> especially since that implies that I'm not giving money to companies 
> that only provide software for Windows.  (or, supporting companies that 
> provide software solutions for Linux, depending on how you look at it.)
> Not even sure if I have the right idea.  I would assume that Linux 
> clients are not completely invulnerable to virii, spyware, and rootkits, 
> and that it would make sense, in a small corporate environment to guard 
> against them, the same as Windows machines... but the lack of options 
> seems to suggest otherwise?
> Anyone have any tips, advice, or recommendations?
> Thanks!!
> -- J.

Have a look at SME Server - http://wiki.contribs.org/Main_Page

It is based on Centos.


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