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Linux OS AV Scanning in SEPM 12.1.2 ?

Created: 19 Nov 2012 • Updated: 19 Nov 2012 | 7 comments
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Hi,

What are the latest updates for the SAVFL for Linux ?

I'm thinking to deploy the SEPM Linux appliance to do the Linux OS scanning using vShield API if possible.

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.Brian's picture

From here for all defs:

http://www.symantec.com/security_response/definiti...

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pete_4u2002's picture

can you clarify what you mean to say SEPM on Linux appliance.

.Brian's picture

The SEP Security Virtual Applicance is not a SEPM. It's a linux based virtual appliance that you install on a VMware EXS/EXSi server. It integrates with VMWare's vShield Endpoint. The Shared Insight Cache runs in the appliance and lets Windows based guest VMs share scan results.

I want to make sure your not confusing this as it does not act as a virtual SEPM.

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John Santana's picture

Ah, so it doesn't scans Linux host as per the definition using vShield API ?

 

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John Santana
IT Professional

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.Brian's picture

It only works for clients managed by the SEPM, as you need to set this up in the AV policy. Linux clients cannot be managed by SEPM as of yet.

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John Santana's picture

cool, thanks Brian !

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John Santana
IT Professional

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