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Re: [suse-security] AmaVis or InterScan VirusWall



I had problems with TrendMicro's InterScan VirusWall, configured in a sandwich 
way. Some files exe, zip, downloaded via http, was corrupted.
 
Breno.

On Friday 25 October 2002 04:36, Daniel Wirth wrote:
> On Tue, 22 Oct 2002, Thomas Lamy wrote:
>
> [cut]
>
> > First of all, theses are toally different products. Amavis is "only" a
> > middleware sitting between your mail server and your virus scanning
> > software (amavis is _not_ a virus scanner!).
> > Amavis is free.
> >
> > TrendMicro's InterScan VirusWall (or short ISVW)
> > (http://www.trendmicro.com/) is an email virus scanner, and also scans
> > HTTP and FTP traffic, too.
> > ISVW licenses are per-user licenses. IIRC 100 Users == 5000 EUR/USD.
> >
> > ISVW (at least their SMTP-forwarding) is a pain IMHO, as you lose at
> > least the IP of the mail server you receive mail from (it's always
> > localhost). Beside this, it works well for a customer of mine which is a
> > gay portal and gets about 100-150 viral/wormed mails every day.
>
> ISVW can be configured an used in severall ways.
> 1.) as the primary listener for mail which then forwards mail to your
> sendmail/postfix/whatever... 2.) as a plugin to sendmail
> 3.) in a "sandwich" way: recieve mails with your favourite MTA, forward it
> to ISVW, use second instance of your favouriter MTA to deliver mail....
>
> regards,
> daniel


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