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Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Linux ARM Edition (version 10.1.4.300): commercial release

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Latest update: March 05, 2021 ID: 15453
 
 
 
 

Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Linux 10.1.4 ARM64 Edition was released on March 18, 2020. Full version number is 10.1.4.300.

Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Linux 10.1.4 ARM64 Edition provides anti-virus protection of file servers and workstations running on the ARM64 hardware platform.

Application overview

Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Linux 10.1.4 ARM64 Edition allows you to:

  • Scan file system objects located on the computer's local drives, as well as mounted and shared resources accessed via the SMB and NFS protocols.
  • Scan file system objects both in real time using File Threat Protection tasks and on demand using virus scan tasks.
  • Scan boot sectors.
  • Scan system memory.
  • Detect, then cure or delete infected objects.
  • Neutralize threats detected in files.
  • Automatically choose what action to perform to neutralize the threat.
  • Update anti-virus databases from Kaspersky update servers, via the Administration Server, or from a user-specified source by schedule or on demand.
  • Monitor the integrity of the specified files and report changes. File integrity monitoring can be performed in a constant monitoring mode, and in on-demand scan mode.
  • Manage an operating system firewall and, if necessary, restore a set of the firewall rules that was changed.
  • Protect your files in the local directories with network access by SMB / NFS protocols from remote malicious encrypting.

What's new

Since March 4, 2021, Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10.1.4 for Linux ARM64 Edition lets you manage the application remotely via Kaspersky Security Center Web Console.

Installing the application

Kaspersky Endpoint Security is distributed in packages in the DEB and RPM formats.

  • To install Kaspersky Endpoint Security from an RPM package to an operating system, execute the following command:

    # rpm -i kesl-10.1.4-300.aarch64.rpm

  • To install Kaspersky Endpoint Security from a DEB package to an operating system, execute the following command:

    # dpkg -i kesl-10.1.4-300_arm64.deb

Known issues and limitations

  • Protection against remote malicious encryption runs correctly with SMB1, SMB2, SMB3, NFS3 protocols.
  • If a network connection is disrupted while remote network partitions are being actively used simultaneously, the operating system may be slowed down by delays.
  • When using the scan-file command, it may be impossible to scan a file whose name is not specified in the encoding of the operating system. Possible solutions: correct the file name, launch the scan of the whole directory and use a predefined on-demand scan task (ODS).
  • The application might not process files in virtual pseudo file systems. Possible solution: use the mount command to connect network or local partitions.
 
 
 
 
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