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Hallo Jungs,
                                                                  
ich habe eine Frage an euch alle:
Kennt jemand von euch zufaellig ein Produkt fuer Linux der so
aehnlich funktioniert wie Interscan Viruswall von Trendmicro?
Es ist ein Virenscanner, der alle Mails durchscannt die
reinkommen und auch die HTTP-Seiten auf malicious-Code scannt.
                                                                  
Bin fuer alle Tipps dankbar
                                                                  
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  TREND MICRO - Produktübersicht
                                                                  
   InterScan VirusWall _ Red Hat/SuSE Linux_ 3.6
                                                                  
             Virensuche in Real-time am Internet Gateway
             SMTP, FTP, und HTTP
             Blockieren von bösartigen (malicious) Applets und
             malicious
             Java und ActiveX

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Hoila Patrick!

Debian hat z.B. (apt-cache search email scanner):

mailscanner - An email virus scanner and spam tagger.
sanitizer - The Anomy Mail Sanitizer - an email virus scanner

Die Beschreibung der beiden Pakete folgt, andere Pakete findest
du auch in freshmeat.net.

thomas(a)sini ~$ apt-cache show sanitizer
Package: sanitizer
Priority: optional
Section: mail
Installed-Size: 640
Maintainer: Adam Byrtek <alpha(a)debian.org>
Architecture: i386
Version: 1.49-2
Depends: perl, libmime-base64-perl, libdigest-md5-perl
Recommends: procmail
Filename: pool/main/s/sanitizer/sanitizer_1.49-2_i386.deb
Size: 125266
MD5sum: 67734d8b8f91b9317d027c4efcb2585c
Description: The Anomy Mail Sanitizer - an email virus scanner
The Anomy sanitizer is what most people would call "an email virus scanner".
That description is not totally accurate, but it does cover one of the more
important jobs that the sanitizer can do for you - it can scan email
attachments for viruses. Other things it can do:
.
Disable potentially dangerous HTML code, such as javascript, within
incoming email.
.
Protect you from email-based break-in attempts which exploit bugs in
common email programs (Outlook, Eudora, Pine, ...).
.
Block or "mangle" attachments based on their file names. This way if you
don't *need* to receive e.g. visual basic scripts, then you don't have to
worry about the security risk they imply (the ILOVEYOU virus was a
visual basic program). This lets you protect yourself and your users
from whole classes of attacks, without relying on complex, resource
intensive and outdated virus scanning solutions.