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Ositis' Server-Level Solutions Stop Latest Trojan Worm
Ositis Thursday announced its server-level security products offer protection for networks from HOMEPAGE.A, the latest Trojan virus.
This includes its the recently unveiled but unreleased AVStripper and AccessNow Firewall hardware, as well as Ositis' WinProxy proxy server solution.Ositis Thursday announced its server-level security products offer protection for networks from HOMEPAGE.A, the latest Trojan virus.
WinProxy, AVStripper and AccessNow Firewall have the built-in capability to destroy incoming viruses at the server level before they penetrate the network. The products can be set to notify the network administrator of a virus attack via customizable alerting functionality. In addition to incoming virus protection for POP3, HTTP, FTP, and SMTP protocols, the applications can perform outbound virus elimination.
All of Ositis' antivirus products scan outbound e-mail and remove viruses before delivering messages. The advanced alerting function can notify the sys admin of the infected system in real time to help curb the virus from disseminating further and disabling the network.
"With the addition of AVStripper and AccessNow Firewall, we are able to provide comprehensive security against viruses at the enterprise level. We are not only providing virus protection to our customers, but securing them against damage to their reputation," said Vilis Ositis, Ositis president and CEO in a prepared statement.
WinProxy 4.0 is available in 3, 5, 10, 25, and unlimited user license versions. Pricing ranges from $59.95 for three user licenses to $999.95 for an unlimited number of user licenses.
AVStripper and AccessNow Firewall are scheduled to ship in August 2001.
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