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Linux version of Dr.Web for Kerio MailServer released

December 10, 2009

The Russian anti-virus vendor Doctor Web released a new version of Dr.Web for Kerio MailServer designed to protect a Kerio mail sever run under Linux from virus threats.

Dr.Web for Kerio MailServer is an anti-virus product that maintains reliable security of a corporate mail system. It checks files attached to e-mail messages received by the server. The program features state-of-the-art Dr.Web technologies for detection of all types of malicious programs that pose a threat to a mail system and information security of users.

Dr.Web for Kerio MailServer scans mail traffic for viruses, paid dialers, adware, riskware, hack-tools and jokers. If a threat is detected, an action for its neutralization is performed according to settings of Kerio MailServer.

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