ESET Server Solutions v3.0.11 released

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  1. agoretsky

    agoretsky Eset Staff Account

    Apr 4, 2006
    ESET Server Solutions v3.0.11 for BSD, Linux and Solaris has been released. This release contains three components:

    ESET File Security - protects file servers from malware [SIZE=-1](formerly known as NOD32 for Linux File Servers)[/SIZE]
    ESET Mail Security - protects mail servers from malware [SIZE=-1](formerly known as NOD32 for Linux Mail Servers)[/SIZE]
    ESET Gateway Security - checks http and ftp streams for malware

    One binary file will perform any combination of these features based on appropriate licensing. All programs have a web interface for management and can be managed with ESET Remote Administrator v3.x.

    New in this release:

    • support for FreeBSD v7
    • added system dependencies into 64-bit rpm packages
    • fixed listing of network interfaces with unknown addresses
    • esets_daemon - fixed license issue for ESET NOD32 Antivirus Business Edition
    • esets_daemon - continuing even after failed first-time anti-spam modules update
    • esets_daemon - fixed startup with only expired licenses
    • esets_inst - improved compatibility with qmail
    • esets_quar - fixed sending and listing of samples
    • esets_quar - added new option: –list-fmt
    • esets_quar - supports separate quarantine for all users
    • esets_wwwi - quarantine support
    • esets_wwwi - updated PHP to 5.2.8
    • esets_scan - added support for ADS scanning
    • esets_scan - added activity indicator for output to pipe and files
    • esets_ssfi - added man page
    • esets_http - fixed URL blocking cache
    • esets_icap - fixed URL blocking cache
    • esets_cgp - added filter for CommuniGate Pro
    Licensed users can download copies from ESET's web site at For more information or to request an evaluation copy, contact your local reseller, distributor or ESET office.
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