About Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 Service Pack 1 Maintenance Release 1 for Linux
Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 Service Pack 1 Maintenance Release 1 for Linux (hereinafter also referred to as Kaspersky Endpoint Security) protects computers running Linux® operating systems against malware. Threats can infiltrate the system via network data transfer channels or from removable drives.
The application lets you:
- Scan file system objects located on the computer's local drives, as well as mounted and shared resources accessed via the SMB and NFS protocols.
- Scan file system objects both in real time using File Threat Protection tasks and on demand using virus scan tasks.
- Scan boot sectors.
- Scan process memory.
- Detect infected objects. If an object is found to contain code from a known virus, Kaspersky Endpoint Security considers the object as infected.
- Neutralize threats detected in files.
- Automatically choose what action to perform to neutralize the threat.
- Save backup copies of files before disinfection or deletion and restore files from backup copies.
- Manage tasks and configure their settings.
- Manage the File Threat Protection task, virus scan task, boot sector scan task, process memory scan task, update task, update rollback task, and update retranslation task.
- Add keys and activate the application using activation codes.
- Notify the administrator about events occurring during the operation of Kaspersky Endpoint Security.
- Update Kaspersky Endpoint Security databases from Kaspersky Lab update servers, via the Administration Server, or from a user-specified source by schedule or on demand.
- Use anti-virus databases to detect and disinfect infected files. Kaspersky Endpoint Security analyzes each file for threats during the scan process: file code is matched against code that resembles a particular threat.
- Monitor the integrity of the specified files and report changes. File integrity monitoring can be performed in a constant monitoring mode, and in on-demand scan mode.
- Manage an operating system firewall and, if necessary, restore a set of the firewall rules that was changed.
- Protect your files in the local directories with network access by SMB / NFS protocols from remote malicious encrypting.
- Allow non-root users manage basic application functions using the graphical user interface.
- Update the application using update packages.
- Manage Kaspersky Endpoint Security using the following methods:
- From the command line using the application control commands.
- Using graphical user interface.
- Via Kaspersky Security Center.