[CentOS] Good Anti-virus for Linux desktops and servers

Wed Aug 15 00:28:24 UTC 2012
John R Pierce <pierce at hogranch.com>

On 08/14/12 5:18 PM, Gregory Machin wrote:
> Once is lands at the browser it's no longer ssl . It can then be
> blocked from running , or block the infect file from being written to
> the file system. As is done on windows.
> SSL effectively creates a pipe that one cant see into , but the ends
> are open and data is visible .

how does the 'astaro security gateway' William Warren mentioned do 
that?   my query was in direct response to the three lines I quoted from 
William.  he was referring to an appliance gateway at the network border.

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