MEDINA, Ohio September 13, 2004 Central Command, a leading provider of Linux, FreeBSD, and OpenBSD antivirus solutions announced today that Brightview Group Limited (Brightview), a leading ISP Group in the United Kingdom (UK), has chosen Vexira Antivirus to defend its email infrastructure against worms, viruses, trojans, and other malicious programs.
Brightview, established in 2001, is a leading independent ISP in the UK consumer and small business market, and owns ten popular brands, including freenetname, Totalise, Global Internet, madasafish, ic24, Care4free, dialstart, Callnet, Jings!, and TotalServe.
“Vexira Antivirus has proven to be extremely proficient at defending our email systems from viruses. Since installation Vexira has performed smoothly, reliably and is a low maintenance solution. Brightview is one the largest ISP groups in the UK with 10 of the leading ISP’s and over 350,000 email users. Vexira Antivirus has proven to be the best enterprise-class virus protection solution on the market,” said John Ekins, Network Operations Manager, Brightview Internet Services.
Vexira Antivirus is a scalable and cost effective antivirus solution developed to eliminate the email virus problem with its resilient and dependable operation. It is supported 24/7/365 by knowledgeable support staff familiar with large-scale email installations.
Features of Vexira Antivirus include:
* Virus scans all in-bound and out-bound email
* Processes high volumes of email
* Configurable warning notifications to sender, recipient or postmaster
* Heuristic virus detection
* Full automatic update of scan engine and virus definition file
* Detection of malformed messages
Supported operating systems x86 (IA32): Linux, FreeBSD and OpenBSD
Supported Linux distributions: Redhat, Red Flag, SuSE, Debian, Gentoo, Mandrake, Slackware
Supported email applications: Sendmail, Postfix, Qmail, Exim
“Brightview focuses on using state-of-the-art technology and providing the highest levels of service to its customers. Vexira gives them the ability to concentrate on end user satisfaction rather than maintaining the antivirus system. Vexira is designed for large- scale email virus protection where the email is a mission critical component to the organization,” said Keith Peer, CEO Central Command Inc.
Vexira Antivirus for Mail servers starts at $299.95, and a free trial version may be downloaded from (www.centralcommand.com) or obtained by contacting Central Command at +1-330 723-2062.
About Central Command:
A leader in the anti-virus industry, Central Command, Inc., a privately held company, serves home PC users and industrial, financial, government, education, healthcare and service firms with virus protection software, services, and information. The company services customers in over 104 countries and is headquartered in Medina, Ohio. Visit Central Command at (www.centralcommand.com) or call 1-330 723-2062 for more information.
Brightview was established in April 2001 and is a leading provider of Internet access services in the UK consumer and small business market, having grown fast both organically and by acquisition. Brightview has more than 350,000 customers and focuses on delivering reliability, speed and above all simplicity to its customers. Brightview was a privately owned company until August 2004, when it was acquired by Invox. (www.brightview.com)
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