Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.2.0 for Linux (hereinafter also referred to as Kaspersky Endpoint Security) protects computers running the Linux® operating systems against malware. Threats can infiltrate the system via network data transfer channels or from removable drives.
The application lets you:
Scan file system objects located on local disks of the computer, as well as mounted and shared resources, which are accessed via SMB and NFS protocols.
Update application databases from Kaspersky Lab's update servers, via the Administration Server, or from a user-specified source on schedule and on demand.
Use application databases to detect and disinfect infected files. During the scan process, the program analyzes each file for the presence of a threat: it compares the file code with the code of a specific threat and looks for possible matches.
Analyze traffic sent to users' computers via HTTP / HTTPS and FTP and check if web addresses are malicious or phishing.
Configure flexible restrictions on access to storage devices (hard disks, removable disks, CD / DVD drives), data transfer equipment (modems), data conversion devices (printers) and interfaces for connecting devices to computers (USB, FireWire).
Get information about all executable files of the applications installed on computers using the Inventory task, which can be useful, for example, for creating application control rules.
Participate in Kaspersky Security Network. The use of data from Kaspersky Security Network ensures faster responses by Kaspersky Endpoint Security to various threats, improves the performance of some protection components, and reduces the likelihood of false positives.