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KL 106.80: Kaspersky Security 8.0 for Linux Mail Server

This course describes installation of Kaspersky Linux Mail Security and its web interface, integration with MTA, operation principles and settings of Anti-Spam, Anti-Virus and Content Filtering modules. It presents necessary information to manage the program tasks and control mail traffic processing using notifications, reports and statistics.
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Installation

Lecture 1: Installation From this chapter you will learn how to install Kaspersky Linux Mail Security and the web interface, how to test program operability.
Demo 1.1: System requirements
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Demo 1.2: Installation of Kaspersky Linux Mail Security
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Demo 1.3: Testing Kaspersky Linux Mail Security
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Demo 1.4: Installation of Kaspersky Linux Mail Security UI
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General

Lecture 2: General This chapter describes general principles of the program operation: how to manage Kaspersky Linux Mail Security, create rules and monitor them, how to setup LDAP.
Demo 2.1: Integration with Active Directory
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Demo 2.2: Creating Rules
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Demo 2.3: Monitoring Processing Rules
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Updates

Lecture 3: Updates From this chapter you will learn how to setup update tasks, what technologies are used to speed-up Kaspersky Linux Mail Security reaction to the latest threats.
Demo 3.1: Configuring Updates
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  Non-Interactive Demo
 

Anti-Spam Protection

Lecture 4: Anti-Spam Protection This chapter describes how to block traffic from unwanted senders using rules and DNSBL services, how to use SPF and SURBL. You will learn about spam rating and how to control Anti-Spam severity level.
Demo 4.1: Lists
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Demo 4.2: Using DNSBL
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Demo 4.3: Using SURBL
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Demo 4.4: Header Analysis
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Demo 4.5: Configuring Anti-Spam
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Anti-Virus Scanning

Lecture 5: Anti-Virus Scanning This chapter describes configuration of the Anti-Virus module, exclusions and protection from exploits.
Demo 5.1: ZETA Shield
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Demo 5.2: Configuring Anti-Virus
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Demo 5.3: Personal Backup
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Content Filtering

Lecture 6: Content Filtering This chapter is devoted to content filtering capabilities of Kaspersky Linux Mail Security.
Demo 6.1: Content Filtering
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  Non-Interactive Demo
 

Maintenance

Lecture 7: Maintenance This chapter is devoted to key aspects of the program maintenance. It describes logging, backup and statistics and gives an overview of notification settings and reports.
Demo 7.1: Reports
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In this course you will find two sorts training materials: slides and demonstrations. Slides mainly explain the principles of how this or that feature works and how you usually use it. Demonstrations specifically show how to do things in Kaspersky Security Center and what the expected results of these doings are. Tutorials show the same actions as demonstrations. The difference between them is that in demonstrations you simply watch whereas in tutorials you have to complete all the actions yourself in a simulated environment. Both the slides and the demonstrations (tutorials) are voiced.


Student Prerequisites

Basic experience with Windows operating systems and networking.


System Requirements

To fully experience this training you need the following:

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
  • Flash Player 9 or later
  • Minimum display resolution 1280×960
  • Sound card, speakers or a headphones for listening to voice-over
 


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