Dr.Web for Internet Gateways Unix
Anti-virus scan of the HTTP and FTP traffic on a corporate Internet gateway — proxy-server
- A wide range of options for establishing comprehensive protection from threats lurking in inbound Web traffic
- Delivery of virus-free content into the protected network
- Efficient filtering of traffic by the ICAP server doesn’t delay content delivery
- Protection from penetration of the defence by any type of malware
- High scalability
- Ability to process huge amounts of data in real-time
- Substantial reduction of Internet costs
- Perfect compatibility – integration with any application supporting ICAP, with all known firewalls
- Support of virtually all Unix-based operating systems currently in use
- Low system requirements allow the product to run smoothly on any server hardware
- Flexibility and easy administration; the product lets you implement protection configurations that are in compliance with your company’s security policies
- Anti-virus scan of HTTP and FTP traffic
- Centralized administration over the Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite Control Center’s Web administrator
- Filtering by host name, MIME type, or file size
- Web resources access control
- Preview technology for optimized traffic scanning
- Support of IPv4 and IPv6
- Application of various actions to different types of scanned files
- Isolation of infected files in the quarantine
- Easy-to-read reports
- Centralized administration of protection servers and collection of reports from the servers
- Simultaneous processing of several requests per individual connection
- Protection from unauthorized access
- Monitoring of the system’s operation and automatic restoration after a failure
- User notifications about the presence of viruses and other malicious code in web pages
- GNU/Linux (kernel 2.6.37 and later and glibc 2.13 and later);
- Solaris — Intel x86/amd64 only.
The operating system in use must support PAM.
If a 64-bit operating system version is being used, it must be able to run 32-bit applications.
Free disk space:
The software suite was tested under the following Linux distributions: Debian (8 and later), Fedora (24 and 25), Ubuntu (14.04, 16.04, 16.10, and 17.04), CentOS (6.6, 7.1, 7.2, and 7.3), Red Hat Enterprise Linux (6.6, 7.1, 7.2, and 7.3), SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (11 SP3, 11 SP4 and 12), FreeBSD (10.3, 11.0, and 11.1), and Solaris (10 u11).