Martin Schweizer wrote:
I've read your posting about Sophos and FreeBSD. I'm also interessted about
it. How do you use it: on clients, on servers or on mail servers?
Currently we're only using it as a mail server solution, via Amavis.
The cost of the individual client setups has convinced all our clients to go
with something cheap, like Norton, so we haven't deployed it to the desktop
Am Wed, Jun 11, 2003 at 09:50:19PM -0400 Bill Moran schrieb:
Olivier Nicole wrote:
We have noticed that Kaspersky and Sophos are placed at your web site but
wonder if we have any other / new alternatives more then these two SW ?
We've been using Kaspersky for more than a year, no problem with the
product itself, but the sales team is a bit unresponsive (don't expect
them to warn you when you need to renew your licence, had to threaten
them to get them replying to me, etc.)
I can't recommend Kaspersky. I had a bad experience with them, the product
never worked, and they stopped responding to all communications when we
told them we wanted our money back. Being overseas, there was little we
could do but bite the bullet.
Sophos has been running ever since then. It's fast and reliable. It's
definately expensive, but they seem to do a real good job of having up-to-
date profiles of all viruses. We automatically d/l and install updates
nightly and have never had a problem.
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