VFind Security Toolkit Family - UNIX And Linux Antivirus
The VFind™ Security ToolKit (VSTK) is a suite of four powerful network and computer antivirus utilities that provides flexible and uncompromising computer antivirus protection. The VFind™ Security ToolKit contains:
VFind™, the first ever UNIX antivirus scanner, with a unique heterogeneous design that allows for complete protection, in today's multi-platform networks. All VFind™ Security ToolKit products feature a Cryptographic Integrity Tool (CIT), Universal Atomic Disintegration (UAD) and MVFilter.
CIT is a fantastic antivirus security tool that has multiple uses, it reports on all files that have been removed, added, modified or duplicated. It can tighten baseline configuration control down to a single bit. It can also be used with surgical precision on an entire system or single file. The CIT tool produces a database of cryptographic hash values for every file it is directed to manage.
The UAD tool, besides it's use in antivirus protection—is built for making identification based upon direct inspection of the data. It make no assumptions about the file's contents based upon the file's name. Which increases response and reduces downtime. This tool also provides the ability for proper data identification through "context switching" which allows for greater degree of antivirus protection when file are use in both "Windows and UNIX".
MVFilter disinfects OLE documents (Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint) from macro viruses (both VBA and Word Basic). The MVFILTER has a specific advantage over the competition—eliminating and preventing a ghost virus. MVFilter prevents ghost virus by zeroing out the entire virus and macro name, and leaves nothing for another virus scanner to detect.
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The VFind™ Security ToolKit Turbo (VSTK-T), contains the product features of VFind™ Daemon.
The Daemon provides user applications virus scanning and detection services at a high level of performance. Running as a daemon process, it eliminates the need to re-initialize the scan engines on each request. Reducing the need to use system resources by processing files as they are received, improving response time and minimizing the effect of virus scanning on the main application.