* FreeBSD AntiVirus Solutions *

Martin Schweizer pcservi at spectraweb.ch
Sun Jun 15 09:40:46 PDT 2003

Hello Bill

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?

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 
> >>we
> >>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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