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"Next Generation" virus protection for Linux

"Next Generation" virus protection for Linux File Servers

NOD32 Antivirus today announced the release of its "Next Generation" virus protection solution for Linux File Servers. This latest platform release incorporates the same technology already released for the Windows and Linux Mail Server platforms, with Advanced Heuristics capable of detecting most new viruses and variants without a specific signature update, extreme scanning speed, and very low system overhead.

Supporting most Linux distributions (RedHat, Mandrake, SuSE, Debian and others), NOD32 Antivirus is the intelligent choice for real-time resident or on-demand protection of Linux File System Servers.

NOD32 has been awarded more VB100% awards (by Virus Bulletin Magazine UK) than any other antivirus product, and has not missed a single "in-the-wild" virus in over 5 years of testing by Virus Bulletin Magazine.

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