Update of /cvsroot/devil-linux/build/scripts/configuration/help
In directory sfp-cvsdas-3.v30.ch3.sourceforge.com:/tmp/cvs-serv26409/scripts/configuration/help
- added MailScanner-4.81.4-1 (Alberto Benati + Heiko)
- updated DenyHosts to debian patch 2.6-7 (Alberto Benati / Heiko)
- added missing perl module Sys-SigAction-0.11
- updated gradm to 2.2.0-201009022049
- updated grsecurity to 2.2.0-18.104.22.168-201009272133
- updated kernel to 22.214.171.124
--- NEW FILE: MailScanner.help ---
MailScanner is an e-mail security and anti-spam package for e-mail gateway
systems. It is designed to be run on mail servers operated by companies
and internet service providers (ISPs) so that all their users and customers
can be protected from one place.
The software works with any Unix-based system and is compatible with a wide
range of mail transports. It comes with support for any combination of 25
different virus scanner packages, including the free ClamAV scanner, and
its design allows the use of multiple virus scanners in parallel to increase
the level of security.
Protection against spam is mostly based on the widely acclaimed SpamAssassin
package. It is supplemented with fast blacklist lookups that can be used to
reject a large proportion of messages with minimal overhead.
Protection against malware is provided by a very wide selection of checks
and tests, ranging from simple filename rules to content-based file type
detection. It also incorporates one of the most sophisticated phishing
detectors available anywhere. Many other checks and tests can also be run
against messages, far too many to list here.
MailScanner is highly configurable using a very easy-to-use system of
rulesets. Virtually every configuration option can, for example, be
controlled on a per-user, per-domain or per-IP basis.
MailScanner is extremely easy to integrate into your existing mail transport
system, requiring no modification of existing sendmail configurations. Other
MTAs require only minor modifications to configuration files, and these are
all well documented.