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AVG Antivirus Server Edition for Linux/FreeBSD

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Works With Distributions
  • Debian
  • Fedora
  • Mandriva
  • openSUSE
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • SUSE Enterprise Linux
  • Ubuntu
  • Xandros
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Antivirus and antispam protection for Linux and FreeBSD servers. Block viruses, spyware and spam before they get into your network. The combination of the new intelligent real-time scanner, automatic threat removal and high-speed automatic updates ensures that your e-mails are protected around the clock AVG checks all e-mails sent and received, and their attachments, protecting against all e-mail-borne threats. AVG supports all leading Linux and FreeBSD e-mail server applications, including PostFix, QMail, Sendmail and Exim. AVG also prevents the opening of infected files on the server, ensuring that the mail server itself is fully protected against viruses.
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bytwoelectric, January 6, 2010
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Although Linux doesn't get many viruses due to its monolithic kernel, AVG makes a server edition of its AV software. The main reason you might like to use this is because although a virus on your Linux server most likely won't hurt you, others who get an infected file from you will probably be disappointed. Therefore you can use AVG AV Server Edition to protect them. Unfortunately, it is only free for non-commercial uses, so that pretty much rules out many possible applications of it. ClamAV might be a free substitute if that's an issue, although overall AVG seems to be a little better constructed than ClamAV.

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