Last updated on 5/30/2017
Dr.Web for Kerio Control is a plug-in that integrates into Kerio Control and performs the anti-virus check of the files transferred via HTTP, FTP, SMTP and POP3 protocols and thus, protects the Internet traffic against all types of malware. The program incorporates the latest and most advanced antivirus technologies of Doctor Web aimed to detect the malicious objects which may present a threat to network operation and information security. On detection of a security threat, they are treated according to Kerio Control settings.
Dr.Web for Kerio Control performs the following functions:
•The anti-virus check of the files transferred via HTTP, FTP, SMTP and POP3 protocols, including the following:
•Attachments of e-mails
•Web traffic files downloaded via HTTP and FTP protocols
•Detection of different types of malware: viruses, dialer programs, adware, riskware, hacktools and joke programs
•Isolation of the infected objects in Dr.Web quarantine
•Fast and efficient check
•Heuristic analysis for additional protection against unknown viruses
•Automatic update of virus databases.
•The support of Kerio Control versions 9.2.1 and 9.2.2 is introduced
•System components are renewed.
To install Dr.Web for Kerio Control 11.0.0, your computer must meet the following minimum requirements:
This section reflects requirements for the Dr.Web for Kerio Control only. See Kerio Control guides for firewall requirements. Dr.Web for Kerio Control operates successfully on computers which meet the Kerio Control requirements. Dr.Web for Kerio Control supports installation and operation in Kerio Control VMware Virtual Appliance, Kerio Control Software Appliance and Kerio Control Hyper-V Virtual appliance. For information on this environment see Kerio official web site at .
Installation of Dr.Web for Kerio Control 11.0.0
To install Dr.Web for Kerio Control components:
1.Download the installation file from the Doctor Web official website and save it to the hard drive of the computer.
2.Enable SSH on Kerio Control VMware Virtual Appliance.
3.Copy the installation file drweb-11.0.0-av-kerio-control-linux-amd64.run to Kerio Control VMware Virtual Appliance along with license key file .
4.Allow the archive to be executed, for example, by using the following command:
5.Execute the archive using the following command:
This runs an integrity check of the archive, after which the archived files are unpacked to a temporary directory and an install program is started.
6.Follow the installer’s instructions.
7.You can also start the uninstall program in silent mode by executing the command
In this case the uninstall program is started in silent mode and operates without the user interface (including program dialogs for command-line mode).
•Using this option means that you accept the terms of the Dr.Web License Agreement. The License Agreement’s text is located in the /var/opt/drweb.com/opt/share/doc/LICENSE file. The file extension indicates the language of the License Agreement. If the LICENSE file does not have any extension, the Dr.Web License Agreement is written in English. If you do not accept the terms of the License Agreement, you must remove the product after its installation.
All unpacked installation files are deleted once the installation process completes.
You can configure Kerio Control to use the installed plug-in using Kerio administration console.
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