BitDefender AntiVirus for Samba protects Samba servers running under Linux from viruses and other malware. It's configured for "On-Access" scanning of the files that are copied to or are accessed from the Samba file server's shared partitions. BitDefender claims 100% detection rate for all viruses in the wild (ITW) through its powerful scanning engines certified by Virus Bulettin in April 2005.
|Tags||Communications File Sharing Internet Security Networking Monitoring Utilities|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: New Drop and Reject actions actions were implemented to completely delete or deny access to virused files along with new fallback actions. The BitDefender Watchdog monitors the scanning processes for accidental crashes or malformed requests restarting. A Bdsafe patch management tool was included to offer automatic or scheduled product upgrades. It can be installed along BitDefender for Linux Mail Servers to offer both mail and file server protection against malware. The plugins for the HIVE technology are now included to detect new unknown viruses.
Release Notes: This version is compatible with Samba 3. An internal cache mechanism was implemented to improve speed scanning. An additional WebMin module for BitDefender for Samba is also available as sepparate package. A critical bug was fixed in path parsing, which caused crashes of bdvfs, especially on machines with gcc-3.2 libraries. bdvfs3.so (for Samba 3) works out of the box on Fedora Core 1.
No changes have been submitted for this release.