Works fine for both Linux desktops and file servers
eScan has announced the launch of its latest version for protection of Linux systems - eScan for Linux version 3.0. According to eScan, this solution works fine for both Linux desktops and file servers.
eScan for Linux Version 3.0 boasts of an improved antivirus engine that is claimed to enable quicker scanning and better detection of the latest threats. It can read inside the data stream and virtually scans all types of files; including zipped and archived files to detect threats. It allows the user to run preset action like disinfect the file or delete the infected file or rename it or prompt for action. It also provides the user commonly seen features (on Windows based antivirus softwares) like scheduling an automatic scanning and downloading of updates.
The software is available for major Linux distro's including Debian, Fedora, RedHat, Slackware, Suse and Ubuntu. You might want to visit the eSacn website for more on this.