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Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by urs, Jan 22, 2007.

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  1. urs

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    Hello
    Can you suggest me a good commercial/free/open-source security suite for my windows 2003 server.
    One my of my biggest criteria is, it should have good reporting system.
     
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    Hi Byteman
    I am not looking for a server-client antivirus installation. My bad I should have been more specific.
    By server I mean it will host websites, emails, etc... and not network server.
    I am looking for an antivirus + firewall security suite (if other security protection included nothing like it). Which will have daily reports & email alerts for high priority hack attempts. Since such server resources are very valuable (if possible) it should not take too much of resources.
    I hope I am not asking too much :)
     
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    Hi, I think something along the lines of this would work, it does cost

    a bit but not that much.

    http://www.trendmicro.com/en/products/smb/neatsuite-smb/evaluate/overview.htm

    All the major security type companies produce several varities
    of things like this, but it is too difficult to pinpoint what you might like.
    Names to check with:

    *Trend Micro * PCTools

    *McAfee * Kaspersky

    *Webroot * Sunbelt

    *BitDefender

    *Symantec

    Those are the common ones that come to mind, but there are more, I just cannot spare the time to run through. Most have trial or evaluation versions and will work with you.
    They are all easily found by searching.
     
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    Thanx a lot I will have a look at them and will post my selection.
    Thanx once again.
     
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