Kaspersky AntiVirus Plug-in for WinGate scans and cleans viruses and worms from all Internet traffic through WinGate. The entire WinGate network receives antivirus protection, including other Internet servers (email server, web server, etc) running behind WinGate.
When using WinGate's email server, Kaspersky AntiVirus plug-in scans and cleans all viruses and worms on every component (e.g. HTML/attachments, S/Mime) in an email message, providing a familiar, low cost email security solution.
Kaspersky AntiVirus Plug-in provides informative Internet links for live updates on virus information, via the Administrator Help File.
Kaspersky AntiVirus Plug-in is capable of producing a list of all the known viruses that it is protecting a network from, based on its current definition list. This is especially useful when checking the system against new viruses. Administrators can quickly determine whether or not the Plug-in is up to date.
Kaspersky AntiVirus allows users the option to receive live updates from the Internet via FTP, PASV FTP or HTTP. Additionally, failed downloads are automatically retried utilizing one of the four preconfigured update sites. Utilizing the Updater Scheduler, AntiVirus completely automates all relevant updating tasks resulting in virtually zero administrative overhead.
A traditional antivirus scanner that checks all indicated files and drives for viruses upon user demand. This utility allows users to scan for viruses on the WinGate server, ensuring that no viruses exist on this computer.
Kaspersky AntiVirus Plug-in runs as a service on Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000 and XP. AntiVirus runs in the background, and is virtually invisible.
Kaspersky AntiVirus Plug-in is able to detect and disinfect viruses traveling via TNEF (Transport Neutral Encapsulation Format) attachments. Microsoft Outlook uses Rich Text Format (RTF) and TNEF as a standard delivery method.
Warning messages can be sent to email senders, recipients, and postmasters upon the detection of a virus if WinGate's email server is being utilized. Additionally, if a virus is detected during web browsing, the user is notified with a warning.
Kaspersky AntiVirus 2.0 for WinGate can log events to a WinGate managed log file. This is useful if you want to keep track of what is going on, who is being blocked, what requests are being allowed, or if you
need to diagnose issues.
You can now create custom HTML responses that users will see if traffic is blocked due to virus infection.