Kaspersky Launches Linux Mail Security

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

Kaspersky Lab, a developer of security and threat management solutions, has launched the Kaspersky Linux Mail Security, which can be integrated into a variety of Linux-based mail server configurations to fight spam and block malicious attachments. The software uses a variety of Kaspersky Lab technologies,  including heuristic detection and the company’s cloud-based Urgent Detection System, says Kaspersky.

Kaspersky Linux Mail Security works as an anti-spam/anti-malware solution in conjunction with Linux-based mail servers, including Postfix, Qmail, Sendmail, Communigate Pro and Exim. The new solution is also compatible with the AMaViS software bridge between a mail server and the anti-spam solution, which further expands compatibility with messaging platforms.

Kaspersky Linux Mail Security is available for Kaspersky Lab’s corporate clients as part of Kaspersky Security for Mail Server. The software will replace the previous generation of solutions for Linux mail servers, including Kaspersky Anti-Virus for Linux Mail Server, Kaspersky Anti-Spam and Kaspersky Mail Gateway.

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