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avast! Server Edition fightsvirus infections on your server or servers. It works both as a standard protection of a file server, and also via its optional plug-ins as a protection of various server subsystems, such as electronic mail, firewall/proxy etc.You can download, install and use avast! SE 60 days for free.
avast! Bootable Antivirus & Recovery Tools CD (BART CD) is a bootable CD, giving you the capability to detect/clean virus infections on a computer. All this can be done fast and reliably, without the risk of spreading the infection any further. It also contains tools for editing the registry files (i.e. the files holding Windows Registry for the operating system) and a tool to check and fix disk errors. And now the main feature is it works on all Windows-supported file systems, i.e. NTFS as well. Less common storage devices, such as SCSI/RAID, are also supported. In general BART will work on all disk devices that Windows XP will work on. Non-standard devices (e.g. in servers) can be handled by standard Windows XP drivers supplied by the hardware vendor.
avast! Email Server Security scans your company’s email traffic, providing vital protection for your mailbox servers and ensuring your data remains shielded from detrimental loss. Licensed according to total number of mailboxes, it also integrates perfectly with Microsoft Exchange Server, via Microsoft's Virus Scan APIs.
avast! for Linux/Unix Servers is an antivirus solution for the Linux and BSD environments. Considering its design and mail scanning support, it is primarily intended for Linux (or BSD) based servers; however, it can be used on desktop computers as well (pricing of the product assumes server use, though).
Thanks it its flexible deamon architecture, avast! for Linux/Unix Servers can be used for both filesystem and network traffic scanning, such as real-time monitoring of mail (SMTP) and web (HTTP) data streams.