Bytware, Inc. writes "November 16, 2005 (Reno, Nevada)— Bytware, Inc. (www.bytware.com) a global authority on virus and malware vulnerabilities, announced today the beta availability of StandGuard Anti-Virus for Linux running on x86-based PCs.
Linux, like all platforms, is susceptible to hosting and spreading viruses and malicious code; and today’s security requirements demand protection on all systems within a network. With this new solution, Bytware is providing users with a key tool needed to add reliable anti-virus protection to the Linux servers in their networks.
StandGuard Anti-Virus for Linux brings the industry-leading power of McAfee's scanning engine and the ease-of-use of the award-winning StandGuard Anti-Virus to Linux running on x86-based PCs. StandGuard Anti-Virus for Linux (x86-based PCs) allows users to detect and clean the full 150,000+ threats identified by McAfee’s AVERT, a huge improvement over the 40,000 viruses that some Linux solutions promise to detect. Bytware and McAfee's AVERT support users’ needs 24/7/365.
Free trials of StandGuard Anti-Virus for Linux (x86-based PCs) are available and may be requested through Bytware’s website at http://www.bytware.com/downloads/request_trial_lin ux.html.
The second phase of the StandGuard Anti-Virus for Linux product release, coming soon, will bring this same powerful protection to those running Linux on the iSeries.
For more information on StandGuard Anti-Virus for Linux (x86-based PCs), please visit the main product page at http://www.bytware.com/products/sgav_linux.html. "