ISA Server Now Protected by Panda Software’s Perimeterscan

Panda Software, international antivirus software developer, has released the beta version of Panda PerimeterScan ISA Server Edition. ISA Server is one of the most widely-used applications for controlling access to Internet services and for protecting networks against attack. For this reason, Panda Software has designed a high performance anti-virus solution specifically designed for these servers. The beta can now be downloaded free of charge from http://www.pandasoftware.com/beta.

With a range of filters, including an ISAPI filter, Panda PerimeterScan ISA Server Edition scans all traffic passing through the Microsoft ISA server to complement the firewall and Proxy functions and provide solid protection against all malicious code.

Panda PerimeterScan ISA Server Edition scans all SMTP, FTP and HTTP (including Applets, ActiveX controls and scripts) traffic and detects and eliminates all malicious code in compressed files and embedded OLE objects.

Panda PerimeterScan ISA Server Edition is compatible with both standard and enterprise versions of Microsoft?s ISA Server.

The final release version of Panda PerimeterScan ISA Server Edition will soon be included in the latest Panda Software solution for front line perimeter protection: Panda PerimeterScan.

About the International Independent AV Developer:

Panda Software (http://www.pandasecurity.com) is a leading international developer of computer security software for all types of customers: corporate clients, small and medium sized companies and home users. Panda’s 100% in-house, cutting-edge technology has received awards and quality certifications from the most widely respected IT security institutions. Panda Software was the first to allow truly automatic, daily signature updates, as well as centralized administration of antivirus protection, both of which have revolutionized the antivirus industry. The quality of Panda Software’s products has been endorsed by the major industry watchdogs including Virus Bulletin, ICSA Labs and CheckMark.




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