Antivirus is software used to prevent, detect and remove malware.

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Does anyone have references/metrics on the value of installing antivirus software - especially on servers?

I strongly dislike antivirus software. In my opinion, the av software behaves much like a virus. The recent Symantec incident of actually causing server crashes, resource use, software interference, ...
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Permission problems with Clamfs

been trying to get clamfs working on Ubuntu 10.4. It seems like everything is working, clamfs locates infected files and prevents me from opening these. But I am having permission troubles with a ...
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Forefront Client Security On Server with Exchange 2010

If we install Forefront Client Security on a Server which already has Forefront for Exchange 2010 is it smart enough to exclude all of the exchange directories/process/file extensions as suggested by ...
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Strange ports on default install of W7

I have a base new install of windows 7, and when I went to look for something else I saw the attached netstat output. What concerns me is that this is Windows + Truecrypt + drivers, nothing else ...
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Updating Mcafee Group Shield on Exchange Server

So I don't actually have a problem yet, but I might. You see my fathers company have 10 computers and an exchange server with Mcafee Group Shield. lately they've had issues with mails from customers ...
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Sophos Enterprise Console 4.5, Mac Client 7 Not Auto-Populating SEC Info

I have Sophos Endpoint Security and Control, which includes Sophos Enterprise Console (SEC). I'm currently running version 4.5 of SEC, which is an older version. I subscribe to Mac updates, and SEC ...
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What anti-virus & firewall (with IDS) should I use for a windows server machine?

I want one product to cover for Anti-virus & Firewall purposes. The product should also be lightweight and of course designed for windows server. Any suggestions? Note: I don't need an enterprise ...
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Symantec Endpoint Protection virus definition files

Are Symantec Endpoint Protection virus definition files protected by "Protect Symantec security software from being tampered with or shutdown" option? in other words I want to know if virus ...
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How to stop Forefront from blocking my program?

(I'm not sure if this should go on StackOverflow.) I have a program running at a customer site for ten years now. It takes their data and uses it to fill out web forms. It works by attaching itself ...
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Postfix, Attachments and Virus scanning, difference between Milters AND Filters? Efficiency and Performance

I'm re-implementing an overloaded Postfix cluster, which beyond its many problems, has major efficiency concerns. The cluster is a dedicated MX Gateway, so mailboxes are not a consideration. ...
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cgpav not scanning in CommuniGate Pro

I have setup cgpav and cgpsa. Spamassassin works fine - the cgpav filter seems to run, cgpro log files just show OK when it receives an email with a known virus (eicar test virus), however, if run ...
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Windows Share Meltdown, Unexplainable

I am having precisely the exact symptoms on my server as is described in this article. This includes statements that the specified network name is no longer available and RPC Server is too busy ...
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Clamfs+Samba blocking access when clamd is scanning

I am using Debian 6.0.6. I have installed clamfs, which mounts /var/lib/samba/shared_dir as /clamfs/shared_volume. That shared_volume is being "shared" to Microsoft Windows clients. Everything is ...
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How do I check to see if a Forefront client has checked in with the server?

I staged a system and installed the package for ForeFront client security (1.5.1996.0) which I believe to have been created on our local server. I assume it should automatically point back to it and ...