Designed for integration with a variety of Linux-based mail systems, Kaspersky Security for Linux Mail Server delivers security, flexibility and ease of management in a single application that includes cloud-assisted technologies.
Kaspersky Security 8 for Linux Mail Server provides next-generation email protection from known and unknown threats, including spam, phishing and malicious attachments. This is accomplished by multiple layers of machine learning-powered security, including multi-factor heuristic, sandboxing and reputation system for emails and attachments, which also achieves an extremely low rate of false positives.
Kaspersky Security for Linux Mail Server includes the latest version of Kaspersky’s award-winning anti-malware engine. Furthermore, it receives real-time information from the cloud-based Kaspersky Security Network (KSN) – so you benefit from a Linux mail server antivirus solution that delivers even better performance in detecting and removing malicious attachments from incoming emails including exploits, unknown and advanced malware.
With real-time updates from the cloud, Kaspersky’s Web malicious URL filter blocks emails that include links to infected sites or malicious files.
Embedding malicious scripts into Office files is a popular technique used by extremely dangerous specimen such as ExPetr / Petya / NotPetya. Kaspersky’s next-generation anti-malware provides effective protection against such threats.
Kaspersky’s anti-spam engine includes two powerful technologies:
Enforced Anti-Spam Updates Service (EASUS) – which uses push technology, directly from the cloud-based Kaspersky Security Network, to deliver real-time updates. By reducing the ‘update window’ from 20 minutes to less than 1 minute, EASUS helps to protect against Zero-Hour spam and spam epidemics.
Cloud-assisted Reputation Filtering – can ‘rate’ suspicious emails, place them in quarantine and then recheck them when updated information becomes available. This helps to defend you against unknown spam – while also reducing the number of false positives.
Kaspersky’s new anti-phishing module receives real-time updates from the cloud-based Kaspersky Security Network – for more effective detection and blocking of emails that contain links to phishing websites.
You can easily set policies to block unwanted mass mail from reaching your end users.
Suspicious messages are placed in the anti-spam quarantine, managed from the web interface. These messages can be reviewed later.
For organizations using MS Exchange, the Spam Confidence Level (SCL) rating, which lets users define actions for messages according to SCL thresholds, is now included.
Supports internationalized (non-Latin) characters in email addresses.
Kaspersky Security 8 for Linux Mail Server now detects messages containing Unicode spoofing, which uses Unicode symbols visually resembling proper characters used in legitimate mail addresses and URLs.
Kaspersky Security 8 for Linux Mail Server now recognizes and blocks certain types of files within archives and compound objects, providing detection inside multi-layered archives widely used by scammers.
You can choose the method of integration, depending on your Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) – so you can integrate as a plug-in or a Milter API.
The Kaspersky Anti-Virus On-Demand Scanner allows on-demand virus checking of objects – including directories, regular files and devices such as hard drives, flash drives and DVD-ROMs.
Kaspersky Security for Linux Mail Server supports integration with Linux mail systems using the high-performance AMaViS interface.
Kaspersky Security 8 for Linux Mail Server can be integrated with KATA – Kaspersky Anti Targeted Attack Platform. After integration, the application can send copies of messages to KATA for scanning. Based on the results of the KATA scan, the application can then block individual messages.
Suspicious messages are placed in the KATA quarantine, managed from the web interface.
For those organizations that cannot participate in Kaspersky Security Network (KSN), Kaspersky Security 8 for Linux Mail Server can now integrate with Kaspersky Private Security Network (KPSN).
After integration with KPSN, the application can use the KSN reputation databases locally, benefitting from the latest, globally acquired threat intelligence - without sending any data outside the organization.
Kaspersky’s easy-to-use management console, Kaspersky Security Center, gives you the ability to monitor security for all your Linux mail servers – including clusters – from a single console. If a security incident occurs, the system administrator will automatically be informed about the affected server and the cause of the issue.
Help desk specialists can now access a user’s backup and personal blacklists / whitelists – via a