16 Security Packages Against Windows and Linux Malware Put to the Test


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Linux: 16 Security Packages Against Windows and Linux Malware Put to the Test

As Linux PCs are increasingly used to connect Windows PCs, they ought to use a security package as well. The lab at AV-TEST put 16 current security solutions to the test under Ubuntu – against Linux and Windows threats. The result is bitter for several products: for some, 85% of the Windows malware goes through unrecognized, and up to 75% of pure Linux malware remains undetected.

16 security packages for Linux put to the test: The installed base is indeed very small, yet on roughly half the Web servers, it is a vital interface.

Detection rates of Linux security packages: On the solutions for desktops and servers, there are some blatant detection shortcomings.

ESET NOD32 Antivirus for Linux Desktop: This PC solution exhibited the best detection rates for Windows and Linux files.

Kaspersky Antivirus for Linux File…

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