Sybari Announces Linux Platform Support for Lotus Domino Users
East Northport, NY¯(May 12, 2004)¯ Sybari Software Inc., a leading developer of security solutions for messaging and collaboration systems, today announced it has expanded platform support of Antigen 7.0 for Lotus Domino to include servers running Red Hat and Novell’s SUSE Linux operating systems. With support for AIX, Sun Solaris, and Windows already available, Sybari is quickly becoming the antivirus solution of choice for Domino/Notes administrators that need to support multiple operating systems and maintain virus free messaging and collaboration environments. Antigen 7.0 for Lotus Domino Linux is now shipping and available.
“Linux has quickly become one of the leading operating systems for Lotus Domino users,” said Tom Buoniello, vice president of product management for Sybari Software. “The increase in virus and spam threats has made it necessary for Domino users to protect their mission critical applications. With the added support for Linux, Sybari is maintaining its focus on providing customers with the features and functionality required to secure messaging solutions.” In addition to Antigen 7.0 for Domino Linux, Sybari is also expanding the product features available to AIX and Sun Solaris users. Lotus Domino users can take advantage of additional virus scan engines and increased capabilities including the Multiple Scan Engine Manager. The new features are currently shipping and available.
Sybari’s Antigen for Domino offers a preemptive line of defense from propagating e-mail viruses, worms, and malicious code. This new release offers Domino administrators significant benefits including real-time scanning of e-mail and Notes databases and comprehensive protection through Sybari’s multiple scan engine approach, as well as advanced content-filtering capabilities. Specifically designed to provide maximum protection while lowering administrative costs, Antigen detects, blocks, purges, filters, and removes viruses and other undesirable documents before they compromise the integrity of Enterprise Domino servers, Notes and Outlook clients, and other vulnerable systems. Antigen for Domino also includes Antigen Worm PurgeÃ¢â€ž?, a proactive safeguard tool that allows network administrators to prevent the overload of virus-generated messages churned out when worm viruses are unleashed in an environment. Worm Purge deletes messages containing worm viruses in their entirety and prevents new worm threats from spreading.
ANTIGEN 7.0 FOR DOMINO LINUX FEATURES
Ã‚Â· Multiple Scan Engine Manager
Ã‚Â· Content-filtering capabilities such as subject line and sender/domain blocking and Domino content (Buttons, Hotspots and Java Applets)
Ã‚Â· Enhanced File Filtering including attachment name, type and size
Ã‚Â· Worm PurgeÃ¢â€ž?
Ã‚Â· Multiple Scan.box support
Ã‚Â· Native scheduling of NScan jobs and engine updates
Ã‚Â· Set SNMP alerts for virus detection, program errors, warnings, and notifications.
Ã‚Â· Automated anti-virus engine updates
Ã‚Â· Multiple Disclaimers
Sybari is a premier developer of intuitive, best of breed solutions that protect leading messaging and collaboration servers from viruses and security threats. Today over 9 million messaging and collaboration platform users are virus- and spam-free as a direct result of Sybari’s flagship Antigen technology, Sybari’s Spam Manager, and Advanced Spam Defense. Sybari solutions are distributed in more than 50 countries via Sybari’s worldwide locations and distribution network. Headquartered in New York, Sybari has additional operations throughout the Americas, Asia, Australia, Europe and the Middle East. Sybari’s clients include Amazon.com, HP, Con Edison, Dell, Deloitte & Touche, Eastman Chemical, Getronics, JD Power, London Underground, Lufthansa, Mayo Foundation, Merrill Lynch, Nortel, Pirelli, Reckitt Benckiser, Sony, Superdrug, ConocoPhillips, US Federal Government, and Visa. Sybari’s many strategic partners include Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), Lotus Development (NYSE:IBM), Commtouch® (NASDAQ: CTCH), Dell Computer Corporation (NASDAQ: DELL), IMlogic, Inc., Computer Associates (NYSE:CA), HP (NYSE:HPQ), Kaspersky Labs, Sophos, Inc., Perot Systems Corporation (NYSE: PER) and Norman Data Defense Systems (Oslo Bors: NOR).
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