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Source: DAMIAN CLARKSON - Posted by Joe Shakespeare   
Vendors/Products BitDefender has unveiled three new products for its 1.6.1 generation of BitDefender for Linux mail servers, in a bid to bolster its offering for the Linux community.

The security company has added BitDefender for Sendmail, Sendmail-Milter and Postfix mail servers to its solution, which is designed to be compatible with most mail servers running on the various Unix system derivatives, when using a generic SMTP proxy scanner.

The company's solution now features an automatic AV update, says local BitDefender distributor Grayford Holton. "With Update Pushing, users no longer have to be checked and ‘pulled' by the clients themselves from the update servers.

“This minimises the window of vulnerability in case of virus outbreaks, deploying virus signatures, scanning engines or anti-spam definitions in just a few seconds once the virus or the attack has been detected by the BitDefender Labs."

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Written by bit defender on 2007-11-13 14:32:09
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