eScan Anti-Virus for Linux Desktops is a reliable virus scanning software that protects your Linux machines from virus and other threats, thus offering you a complete and secure Anti-Virus security solution.
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Simple and easy-to-use Software
eScan comes with a stylish, user-friendly and trendy GUI that suits the needs of both novice and expert users. It incorporates the best practices in usability engineering to enable easy and smooth operations.
Ensures complete protection from security threats
eScan works as an on-demand software application which includes Command Line and Graphical User Interface Scanner and even facilitates selected Directory Scan, Local hard disk and Home Directory scanning as well as Memory Scan to ensure complete protection from security threats.
Scans to detect new threats
The sophisticated heuristics scan engine detects new threats and disguised malware, thus ensuring proactive protection from Zero-Day threats.
Provides comprehensive log of scanning activity
eScan generates a comprehensive log of scanning activity with date and time of scanning, along with the path and name of objects scanned for further analysis.
Instant protection from emerging threats
eScan provides automatic updates for the software as well as new viruses, thus ensuring instant protection from emerging threats.
It helps to schedule automatic scans at a preset time. It also includes Command line scanner that facilitates automation and scheduling of the scanning. Once the threats are detected, preset actions are followed. It even helps organize the schedule to check specific directory or local hard disk.
Will Your System Support This Software? You can find it here…
Intel® series 1GHz & above
1 GB RAM & above
Disk space :
1 GB & above of free disk space
Platforms Supported :
· RHEL 4 & above ( 32 & 64 bit )
· CentOS 5.10 & above ( 32 & 64 bit )
· SLES 10 SP3 & above ( 32 & 64 bit )
· Debian 4.0 & above ( 32 & 64 bit )
· OpenSuSe 10.1 & above ( 32 & 64 bit )
· Fedora 5.0 & above ( 32 & 64 bit )
· Ubuntu 6.06 & above ( 32 & 64 bit )