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  1. Legal, este tópico esta ficando muito bom...

    Valeu a todos pelas opnioes...

  2. #32
    Citação Postado originalmente por mistymst
    é questao de gosto, o openbsd tem uma paranoia com seguranca muito maior , jah o freebsd nem tanto.

    o pf parece q tem mais funcionalidades, a sintaxe eh muito similiar mas os recursos sao bem semelhantes, nao me lembro assim exatamente a diferenca pois nao acompanho os dois de fato, mas parece que o freebsd nao tem o carp

    so estudando passo a passo para dizer melhor as diferenca entre eles.
    Bem, o freebsd já possui o carp, e devido a segurança, existe o projeto trusted bsd... desde acls no sistema, e varias coisas...
    6)



  3. good to know, por que eles fazem uma troca de codigo infernal :P entao se nao ficar ligado no que ta rolando entre eles fica realmente ralado de se manter atualizado sempre, apesar das brigas q jah tiveram entre eles, eles se dao bem :P

  4. ali acima foi comentario meu, detesto esses cookies do iexplorer ops:

    a familia bsd nao costuma se brigar, pelo contrario, eles se ajudam...
    muitas vezes eles usam o codigo um do outro... ja vi dezenas de vezes eles fazerem isso, o proprio INDEX-5 do source diz tudo...
    6)



  5. Citação Postado originalmente por GrayFox
    sao muito bons. E outra, voce pode usar 2 antivirus ao mesmo tempo se quiser, e tem um antivirus q nao me recordo o nome, que utiliza varias tabelas de outros antivirus, simplificando, 4 em 1...
    Cara tu lembrou-se deste anti virus?

    Andei instalando e fucando no openbsd, me pareceu bem mais simples de se configurar do que o linux.
    O Free é assim também?

    Os frees que achei são
    2.1.19 Softwin BitDefender Linux Edition
    Developer: SOFTWIN SRL, Romania
    Platform: Linux
    Download: http://www.bitdefender.com/html/bd_linux.php
    Version: 7.0
    Contact: sales@bitdefender.com
    License: Freeware (?)
    Comments:


    2.1.20 PatternFinder / ScannerDaemon / VirusHammer
    Developer: Kurt Huwig
    Platform: any which supports Java (?)
    Download: http://www.openantivirus.org/
    Contact person: Kurt Huwig <kurt@openantivirus.org>
    Version: 0.6.0 / 0.1
    License: GPL
    Comments:


    2.1.21 Sophie/Trophie
    Developer: Vanja Hrustic
    Platform: Linux, Unix
    Download: http://www.vanja.com/tools/
    Version: 1.15 / 1.03
    License: GPL
    Comments: Sopie / Trophie is a daemon which uses the
    Sophos Anti-Virus Interface / Trend VSAPI

    2.1.22 ebola
    Developer: Paul L. Daniels
    Platform: Linux and others
    Download: http://www.pldaniels.com/ebola/
    Version: 0.1.4
    Contact: pldaniels@pldaniels.com
    License: BSD
    Comments: ebola is an anti-virus daemon which currently uses the
    Sophos Anti-Virus Interface (SAVI), so you need a copy of
    Sophos Sweep

    2.2.3 samba-vscan
    Developer: Rainer Link
    Platform: Unix
    Download: http://www.openantivirus.org/
    Version: 0.2.5a
    Size (compressed): 95 KB
    Contact: Rainer Link <rainer@openantivirus.org>
    License: GPL
    Comments: samba-vscan is a proof-of-concept for on-access scanning
    of samba shares

    2.3.2 AMaViS - A Mail Virus Scanner
    Developer: Lars Hecking, Rainer Link & Geoff Winkless
    Platform: Linux, SPARC, HP-UX, AIX, Solaris and more
    Download: http://www.amavis.org/
    http://sourceforge.net/cvs/?group_id=6006
    Version: AMaViS 0.2.1
    AMaViS-Perl-11
    supported MTAs: AMaViS: sendmail, qmail, postfix, exim
    AMaViS-Perl: sendmail, qmail, postfix, exim
    supported scanner: Sophos Sweep, KasperskyLab AVP, H+BEDV AntiVir,
    NAI VirusScan, Trend FileScanner, F-Secure AV,
    CAI InoculateIT, CyberSoft VFind, GeCAD RAV, NOD32,
    CSAV
    Size (compressed): approx. 200 KB
    contact person: see above
    Pricing: none
    License: GPL
    Comments: AMaViS scans email attachments by executing
    one or more av program(s).


    2.3.3 Mail::IspMailGate
    Developer: Amar Subramanian & Jochen Wiedmann
    Platform: <all Perl platforms>
    Download http://search.cpan.org/search?dist=Mail-IspMailGate
    Version: 1.1013 alpha
    supported MTAs: sendmail
    supported scanner: basically all (do-it-yourself)
    Size (compressed): approx. 49 KB
    Pricing: none (?)
    License: GPL or Artistic License

    2.3.4 Qmail-Scanner (formerly scan4virus)
    Developer: Jason Haar
    Platform: <all Perl platforms?>
    Download: http://qmail-scanner.sourceforge.net/
    Version: 0.96
    supported MTAs: qmail
    supported scanner: Sophos Sweep, NAI VirusScan,
    Trend FileScanner, H+B EDV AntiVir,
    KasperskyLab AVP, F-Secure AV
    Size (compressed): approx. 22 KB
    Pricing: none
    License: GPL


    2.3.5 Inflex
    Developer: Paul L Daniels
    Platform: Linux, Unix
    Download: http://www.spyda.co.za/inflex/
    Version: 1.0.5c
    supported MTAs: sendmail
    supported scanner: F-Secure AV, Sophos Sweep,
    NAI VirusScan
    Size (compressed): approx. 24 KB
    Pricing: none
    License: GPL

    2.3.6 WMailScanner
    Developer: Philippe Plantier
    Platform: <unknown>
    Download: http://messel.emse.fr/~pplantie/wmailscanner/
    Version: 0.0.2
    supported MTAs: sendmail
    supported Scanner: <unbekannt>
    Size (compressed): approx. 15 KB
    Pricing: none
    License: GPL

    2.3.9 Mailchecker
    Developer: Ragnar Kjorstad, Eivind Kjorstad
    Platform: anyone on which python runs
    Download: http://sourceforge.net/project/?group_id=2306
    Version: 0.1
    supported MTAs: sendmail
    Size (compressed): <unknown>
    License: GPL
    Comments: currently only development release available


    2.3.10 Protector
    Developer: Chris Lowth (http://www.lowth.com)
    Platform: Linux, Solaris, Unix
    Download: http://protector.sourceforge.net
    Version: 1.00.5
    supported MTA: sendmail
    Size (compressed): 176 KB
    License: GPL
    Comments: protector is a "virus blockade" - it filters e-mail attachments of
    types that *could* contain viruses - hence no signature file maintenance is
    required.


    2.3.11 vbsfilter / cvgfilter
    Developer: Al Smith
    Platform: <unknown>
    Download: http://aeschi.ch.eu.org/milter/
    Version: 1.9
    supported MTA: sendmail
    Size: <unknown>
    License: GPL
    Comments : will rename a variety of executable attachments to .txt

    2.3.12 Barrett Consulting Group milter
    Developer: Barrett Consulting Group
    Platform: <unknown>
    Download: http://www.barrett.com.au/Software/sendmail/index.html
    Version: 0.8
    supported MTA: sendmail
    Size: <unknown>
    License: GPL
    Comment: based on sendmail's libmilter interface

    2.3.13
    http://adsl-nolte1.rz.rwth-aachen.de/progs/vbs/

    2.3.14 The Anomy sanitizer
    Developer:Bjarni R. Einarsson
    Platform: <unkown>
    Download: http://mailtools.anomy.net/
    Version: 1.35
    supported MTA: everyone which uses procmail as LDA
    Size: <unknown>
    License: GPL
    2.3.16 MailScanner
    Developer: Julian K Field
    Platform: Unix, Linux
    Download: http://www.sng.ecs.soton.ac.uk/mailscanner/
    Version: 2.30-2
    supported MTA: sendmail, exim
    Size (compressed): 214 KB
    License: GPL
    Comment: compatible with Sophos, McAfee

    2.3.17 Mailchain
    Developer: Andy Kruger, Precise Network Systems Open Source Projects
    Department
    Platform: Any Unix that has Perl 5.003 or greater and the MIME::Tools
    Perl module
    Download: http://www.gnu.preciseic.com/mailchain/
    supported MTAs: It's modular, with interface modules for Procmail and Sendmail
    already written, others in the pipeline
    License: GPL
    Comment: Email filter/scanner application, if the system has Anti-Virus
    software like McAfee installed, it can use that to virus scan messages
    (McAfee scanning module written, other ones should be easy).

    2.4.2 Viromat
    Developer: Ralph Meyer
    Platform: Linux and others
    Download: http://www.hycomat.co.uk/viromat/
    Version: 0.002pre alpha
    Size: 12 KB
    License: GPL
    Comments: http virus scanner/wrapper - development stopped

    2.4.3 Viralator
    Developer: Duncan Hall
    Platform: Linux (probably others)
    Download: http://viralator.loddington.com/
    Version: 0.8
    Size:
    License: GPL
    Comments: http virus scanner/wrapper


    2.4.4 squid-vscan
    Developer: Kurt Huwig
    Platform: Linux
    Download: http://www.openantivirus.org/projects.php#squid-vscan
    Version:
    Size:
    License: GPL
    Comments: currently only ScannerDaemon is supported

    2.4.5 mod_vscan
    Developer: Kazutoshi Kubota
    Platfrom: any, on which Apache 2.x runs on
    Download: http://www.willbe6.org/security/mod_vscan/
    Version:
    Size:
    License: BSD
    Comments: mod_vscan is the virus scanning filter module for Apache 2.0.x

    2.4.6 DansGuardian Anti-Virus Plugin
    Developer: James A. Pattie
    Platform:
    Download: http://www.pcxperience.org/dgvirus/
    Version:
    Size:
    License: GPL
    Comments: needs MailScanner

    2.4.7 mod_savi
    Developer: Paul B. Henson
    Platform: any, on which Apache 2.x and Sophos Sweep runs on
    Download: http://www.csupomona.edu/~henson/www/projects/mod_savi/
    Version:
    Size:
    License: GPL
    Comments: mod_savi is a virus scanning filter module for Apache 1.3.x,
    using the Sophos Sweep AntiVirus Interface (SAVI)

    2.4.8 Squid ICAP client
    Developer: Geetha Manjunath, Ralf Horstmann
    Platform: any, on which squid runs on
    Download: http://icap-server.sourceforge.net/squid.html
    Version:
    Size:
    License: GPL
    Comments: enables squid to speak the ICAP protocl (www.i-cap.org) for
    use with any ICAP-enabled virus scanner

    Só achei estes,
    hehehe






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