Application architecture

 

Kaspersky Anti-Virus 8.0 for Lotus Domino

 
 
 

Application architecture

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Latest update: November 20, 2012 ID: 6229
 
 
 
 

Applies to Kaspersky Anti-Virus 8.0 for Lotus Domino

Kaspersky Anti-Virus 8.0 for Lotus Domino consists of the following modules:

  • Control module – Provides the following functions in Kaspersky Anti-Virus:

    • Application management: Initiates scans of email and replications, and runs scans of databases and scheduled updates of anti-virus databases.
    • Settings management: Receives and applies new settings.
    • Storage and analysis of statistical information: Logs statistical information and information about operational events in the Worklog and statistics database and sends notifications to administrators.
    • Notifications: Sends email notifications about infected, potentially infected and damaged objects detected during scanning.
    • Notifications about epidemics: Monitors the number of infected, potentially infected, and damaged objects detected during scanning of email messages, and monitors the number of objects that contain an identical threat. The control module also notifies administrators if an excessive number of objects are detected in a specified time interval.
    • License management: License activation, analysis of license information, installation, and key file deletion.

  • Email and replication scan module – Performs anti-virus scans of email messages and replications.
  • Database scan module – Performs anti-virus scans of Domino server databases.
All modules are loaded automatically when the Domino server is started. Information about modules can be recorded in the Worklog and statistics database, written to the log files, and displayed on the Domino server console.

 
 
 
 
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