NOD32 For Linux Webservers

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 1 Forum' started by VikingStorm, Jun 7, 2003.

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  1. VikingStorm

    VikingStorm Registered Member

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    I've been trying to evaluate a number of solutions for our main webserver, and happened to stumbled onto NOD32. However, the description on the site is a bit vague for Linux. Is there a version of NOD32 currently available that is a viable protection for the server? (scanning of e-mails sent and received especially).
     
  2. exekewtable

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    we have been using nod32 V1 for linux for ages now on some of our mail servers.
    We use Amavis and postfix on debian woody. Let me know if you need a hand setting it up. It works really well and you get all the powerful updating features in a nice package. We have packaged NOD32 for debian as well...
     
  3. VikingStorm

    VikingStorm Registered Member

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    How exactly does it work for e-mails? Does it notify an administrator, leave a note for the intended target, or just remove the infected e-mail?
     
  4. exekewtable

    exekewtable Guest

    amavis plugs into postfix - so any mail that is relayed through the box gets scanned by nod32.
    www.amavis.org is probably a good resources.

    As for a web server - if you are using apache and audit your scripts and cgis for security holes - you don't need a virus scanner. What linux viruses infect via apache? none that i know of

    dave
     
  5. mrtwolman

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    Eset has now its own solution AFAIK. The solution is called somehow like NOD32 for Linux Mail Server and is couple of times faster that NOD+amavis. Hope jan will supply us some details...
     
  6. jan

    jan Former Eset Moderator

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    Hi all,

    >we have been using nod32 V1 for linux for ages now on some of our mail servers.
    We use Amavis and postfix on debian woody.

    This NOD32 for Linux is available now - on the www.nod32.com website.

    Here is more info about the new own solution coming in a couple of days:

    It supports most popular mail server software (including Sendmail, Qmail, Postfix, Exim, etc.) and runs under all of the common Linux distributions (RedHat, Mandrake, Suse, Debian and others). It has
    a very high scanning speed, detection rate and very small footprint. It is suitable from lower-powered, small office mail servers to enterprise-class ISP mail servers with thousands of users.

    Thx., :)

    jan
     
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