Prevents infections from all spyware, viruses or other types of malware on a network server and features an application inspector for untrusted tools and more
|Updated||May 3 2019|
TrustPort N/A N/A
|Crack Size||318 MB|
|Systems||Windows 2003, Windows 2008, Windows 2008 64 bit, Windows Server 2012|
Trustport Antivirus for Servers is an advanced security solution against popular forms of malware (such as viruses, Trojans and worms) specially designed for file servers over the local network. It can be applied to businesses, for example.
The installation procedure is pretty lengthy, and it is advisable to uninstall any existing antivirus tool, since there is the risk of software compatibility issues that are likely to cause Windows stability problems. A system restart is needed to complete the setup.
First-time users may proceed with the standard setup mode while experienced ones can switch to advanced mode to disable the pre-scan of system folders at Windows startup, allow the app to start any user process until the real-time protection module is active, as well as to activate the Windows autorun feature. In addition, you can use a proxy server.
Once installed, Trustport Antivirus can be accessed from the system tray area. There are multiple scanning modes available. For instance, the quick scan looks only in the critical locations on the disk where malware is known to hide. Alternatively, you can include all disks or just just the local ones, verify all removable media, or scan the registry or a selected target.
What's more, you can enable the on-access scanner, view statistics, manage the quarantine with suspicious or infected files, and check out antivirus logs. The real-time protection module can be adjusted by securing all files on the computer or only programs and documents.
The software utility sports an application inspector whose role is to monitor each program in order to block all untrusted ones and those without a digital signature. Its severity level can be tweaked, or the module can be turned off.
According to our tests, Trustport Antivirus does not put strain on PC performance, since it uses low CPU and memory. However, we have noticed that the pre-scan of system files significantly slowed down Windows in terms of response time, and even caused it to hang at times, forcing us to reboot the PC. Nevertheless, you can give this app a shot and see for yourself if it meets your requirements when it comes to an antivirus tool for servers.
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