What is Anti-Virus?
Anti-virus is the name given to software that detects and (where possible) removes viruses from messages. By removing viruses at the email server, all internal mail clients are protected AND all customers are protected from receiving viruses too.
Computer Viruses are written by people who wish to gain control of your system resources and are continually updated to try and break through any barriers you may have installed. GMS Anti-Virus overcomes this issue by providing a "signature file" update service which ensures that all new varients are caught as soon as possible.
- What are the benefits of integrated #GMSAV#?
- Is #GMSAV# a High Performance product?
- What is Automatic Removal?
- What type of alerts are available with #GMSAV#?
- What is the KLEZ virus?
- Why is it better to use #GMSAV# rather than a third party anti-virus solution?
- If I use #GMSAV#, how quickly can I expect to be protected against a new virus?
- How can I be confident that #GMSAV# protects my messaging server from email viruses?
- What are the prices for GMS Anti-Virus?
- Does GMS Anti-Virus scan all files?
- Does GMS Anti-Virus work against malformed MIME and UUEncode files?
- Does GMS Anti-Virus catch the W32/Bugbear.A@mm Worm?
- What is the true cost of virus attacks?
- Is support available for GMS Anti-Virus?
- How do I install GMS Anti-Virus on Linux and Solaris?
- Does GMS Anti-Virus alert when it cannot disinfect a file?
- What are Automatic Updates?