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Peter Randziak

ESET File Security for Linux 7 BETA signup

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Dear Linux community,

 

We’ve been working on the new generation of our solution for Linux servers for quite a while.

The hard work of the development and QA team was materialized into the first BETA version, which we would like to share with you.

 

If you are interested in getting a copy and chance to get hands on experience with it, just leave a comment here or send me (@Peter Randziak) and @TomasP a private message.

We are looking forward to your participation.

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Hi guys.

I'm glad to hear that the beta version of linux sec has appeared, we have some problems and issues with it and I would like to look at the beta version.

Thanks!

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Is it possible to test it within a desktop environment that do use Ubuntu ? , instead of the troubling v4 with AppArmor :(

It should run the same , I think it would be far improvement than the old-dated v4 , and they are both work in the same way I think , they are only scanners , same as v4 , but alteast File Security should be up-to date.

I'm tired of AppArmor and V4 ..:unsure:

Edited by Rami

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Hello guys,

@opa-pro pleasure is on our side, I will send you the details via PM in a few moments

@Rami thank you for your interest, however it is a product designed for file servers, are you sure you want to run it on a desktop? :-)

Regards, P.R.

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Is beta versions still available for checking? If so i would like to try it out!

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