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ESET File Security
ESET File Security provides Linux / FreeBSD file servers with both on-demand and on-access malware protection via real-time monitoring and control of the entire file system.
ESET File Security runs seamlessly on all mainstream Linux distributions (RedHat, Mandriva, SUSE, Debian and others) and FreeBSD.
The small footprint and fast performance makes ESET NOD32 Antivirus optimally suited for real-time or on-demand protection of your servers.
- ThreatSense technology’s optimized AntiThreat engine able to analyze code to identify malicious behavior, such as viruses, spyware, adware, rootkits, and more
- Unprecedented heuristic analysis capable of discovering new malware threats as they emerge
- Powerful virtual PC emulation technology enables unpacking and decryption of archives and run-time packing
- User-friendly installation and simple configuration
- Does not require external libraries or programs except for libc. and Dazuk
- Flexible six-level infiltration and activity logging
- Uses both the on-demand and on-access scanning techniques to secure and protect the entire file system and running processes
- Provide file access control over Samba, Nettalk and NFS
- ESET File Security consists of on-demand and on-access scanning modules.
- The on-demand scanner performs scanning of the selected file system upon user request via command line. Using standard Linux operating system schedulers, various periodic scanning tasks can be pre-defined.
- The on-access scanner daemon provides real-time monitoring of the entire file system. File scanning is triggered by user or system events that result in file access calls by the Linux kernel.
- The file information is passed on to the ESET NOD32 Antivirus scanning engine. Depending on the scanning results a predefined action on the file is triggered. File access can be allowed or denied and the appropriate log output is created.
Linux OS (Kernel 2.2.x, 2.4.x and 2.6.x, glibc 2.2.5 or higher)
5MB hard-disk space and 8MB RAM
Dazuko kernel module 2.0.0 and higher