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    One Virus Engine Is Not Enough

    This white paper explains why anti-virus software alone is not enough to protect your organization against the current and future onslaught of computer viruses. Examining the different kinds of email attacks that threaten today’s organizations, this paper describes the need for a solid server-based content-checking gateway to safeguard your business against email viruses and attacks.

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    http://www.virusinfo.bz/cgi-bin/ulti...c;f=2;t=000008
    That was all folks!
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    The Iceman Cometh
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    <sarcasm>Wow. What a nice advertisement for GFI's Mail Security program. Really appreciate the spam.</sarcasm>

    Seriously, though, I think that most businesses see the need for AntiVirus products in conjuction with a firewall and possibly a server-side e-mail blocking/filtering solution. I suggest, if you're going to post something like that, provide some personal feedback on it, rather than copying and pasting the information the original poster put up. Reading a white-paper (which appears to be more of a press release than anything in this case) is one thing, but actually hearing about your own feelings on it is a lot more beneficial.

    AJ

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    And some alternatives to GFI's Mail Security program. (for those with loads of money).

    Antigen , MIMESweeper .

    ~micael

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    Well adven...I am not spamming. Just provided a paper written by GFI for someone to start through. I am experienced AV user with large corporate installations starting from 1000 to 35000 PC's and really you will not appreciate the words I would say for AV products.
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    I am experienced AV user with large corporate installations starting from 1000 to 35000 PC's
    Gee What R U the tea lady?

    Not to flame you or give you a hard time.. but your virii posts are more like advertisments than informitave.. If you are in such a excellent position how about giving us an insight to your experience and knowledge..

    I am here to learn from the ppl who know, and with them and google and a lot of sweat I will be a better tech and admin.. end of story

    And as for your link for further information at your Forum... Mate that just plain sucks.. The entries in your forum only link us back to the manufacturers own download page.. come on.. why not link the info here to where it came from and just promote your forum in your Sig..
    some of the info you give there is bloody pathetic.. and a typical example of cut and paste..

    Geez this flu .... I flamed him anyway. damded

    "Consumer technology now exceeds the average persons ability to comprehend how to use it..give up hope of them being able to understand how it works." - Me http://www.cybercrypt.co.nr

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    I think you find nearly all large and medium sized fire will have some form of content security, reading and scanning incoming email, how ever the AV they plug into their content scanner will nearly always be the same as the what is installed on the desktops.

    So to sum up most firms already have it in place and second they will generally only use one AV product in both the content scanner and there desktops.

    SittingDuck
    I\'m a SittingDuck, but the question is \"Is your web app a Sitting Duck?\"

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