For UNIX file servers protection, the following anti-virus components are provided:
SpIDer Guard (for GNU/Linux)
A file system monitor. Operates in background mode and controls file operations (such as creation, opening, closing, running) in file systems. It sends to File Checker requests to scan new or changed files as well as executables of programs when they are run.
SpIDer Guard for SMB
A shared directories monitor. Operates in background mode and monitors file system operations (such as creation, opening, closing, read and write operations) in the directories selected as the server’s file storages. Sends content of new or modified files for scanning to File Checker. Integration with the file server is performed via VFS SMB modules that operate on server side.
SpIDer Guard for NSS
A NSS () volumes monitor. Operates in background mode and controls file system operations (such as creation, opening, closing and write operations) on NSS volumes that are mounted on the file system. Sends new or modified files for scanning to File Checker.
Dr.Web Console Scanner (can be managed on station only)
Provides detection and neutralisation of viruses on the local machine. Managed via the console command line.
Component emulating interface of the anti-virus daemon , which is a component of ® anti-virus. Allows all applications that support ® to transparently use Dr.Web for UNIX File Servers for anti-virus scanning.
Isolates malicious and suspicious objects in the special folder.
Dr.Web Agent for UNIX
The component is used for interaction between Dr.Web for UNIX File Servers installed on the station and Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite.
The component is used by Console Scanner for checking files in Scanning Engine and for managing Quarantine.
The component is used to send data to the Scanning Engine for actual scanning. It is used by general components to check data transmitted over the network.
The component is used by File Checker and Network Checker for anti-virus scan and virus databases managing.
The component is designed for integration of Dr.Web for UNIX File Servers with external monitoring systems over the SNMP protocol.
The component that coordinates operation of all Dr.Web for UNIX File Servers components.
The component that sends the following information to the Dr.Web Cloud service: visited URLs and information about the scanned files, to check them for threats not yet described in virus databases.
Dr.Web HTTPD (can be managed on station only)
Web server for managing Dr.Web for UNIX File Servers components. It provides the management web interface for product installed on the station.