Dr.Web for UNIX systems is the most up-to-date anti-viral tool developed to protect both mail and file servers running under Linux, Solaris (x86) and FreeBSD operating systems.
Dr.Web for Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris (x86) software provides real-time anti-virus protection for mail and Samba file servers, detecting and stopping viruses in both mail traffic and files and compressed files in real time - before they are dropped into the end-user's mail box or put onto the file server. The product consists of a daemon module (DrWebD) communicating with filters specially designed to check mail handled by such agents as Sendmail, QMail, Postfix, Communigate Pro, Zmailer, Courrer, Exim and Samba file server.
Besides the daemon module the product also includes a command-line anti-virus on-demand scanner which can be used to scan local, network amd removable drives for viruses out of the UNIX environment.
The anti-virus capabilities of the product are assured by the lightning-fast and robust anti-virus engine (drweb32.dll) - the same that is used in the famous Dr.Web for Windows 9x-XP anti-virus scanner. It uses the same virus definitions bases and therefore can be updated at any interval the network administrator might choose to catch up with the speed viruses are analyzed in Igor Daniloff Anti-virus Labs. With Dr.Web® there is no need to wait for a daily update helplessly answering your LAN users angry calls - once the threat is analyzed the remedy can be immediately accessed for downloads.
The state-of-the-art anti-virus product for UNIX systems developed by Igor Daniloff Anti-virus Labs of Saint-Petersbourg is constantly acquiring more and more users both in Russia and world-wide. Most largest internet holdings of Russia - Mail.Ru, Yandex, RBC - hosting tens of millions of free-mail boxes have already chosen Dr.Web for Linux and FreeBSD to protect their clients' mail. The reason of that choice - not just unquestionable anti-virus capabilities of the product but also the speed of mail traffic processing which sometimes becomes the priority criteria for internet professionals.