A powerful protection solution especially created to safeguard data and protect computers against spam and malware transferred via e-mail.
- Avast Email Server Security
- License :Trial
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:AVAST Software
Avast Email Server Security Description
avast! Email Server Security ensures real-time protection of corporate data, safeguarding servers against viruses and other threats that might be transmitted via e-mail. Mainly addressed to small to medium companies, it offers full compatibility with small business servers and Exchange Server.
Accessible options inside a user-friendly interface
As other products in the avast! family, this application features an intuitive interface that displays all the options within reach. Its main window comprises information about the protection status of the system, while also providing one-click access to statistics and the scanning section.
Multiple shields that offer strong protection
avast! Email Server Security features multiple scanning modes (quick, full, for connected removable devices or custom) and comes with various fields that work together in order to guarantee complete security.
It can monitor the sent and the received e-mail messages, the data transferred by peer-to-peer applications or instant messaging programs, network packets, executed scripts, as well as detect online threats and harmful websites during a browsing session. Additionally, it continuously supervises the system in order to detect suspicious events.
Relying on a robust antivirus and anti-spam engine, avast! Email Server Security can run scans in the background, without interfering with the activity of the server. When a potential threat is discovered, it alerts you via a popup notification window, prompting you for action.
Reliable server security solution
Standing up to its developer’s name, avast! Email Server Security promises to block hacking attempts and prevent viruses, spam and malicious programs from reaching workstations. It can scan attachments and mail messages in order to find potentially dangerous content before the computer gets infected.