Symantec Endpoint Protection (QNAP) 14.3-MP1

Security software suite for server and desktop computers.

  1. Silas Mariusz
    Symantec Endpoint Protection, developed by Broadcom Inc., is a security software suite for server and desktop computers.

    Features
    According to SC Magazine, Endpoint Protection also has some features typical of data loss prevention software. It is typically installed on a server running Windows, Linux, or macOS.

    Endpoint Protection scans computers for security threats. It uses aggregate information from users to identify malicious software. As of 2016, Symantec claims to use data from 175 million devices that have installed Endpoint Security in 175 countries.

    Reception
    According to Gartner, Symantec Endpoint Protection 14 is one of the more comprehensive endpoint security products available and regularly scores well in independent tests. However, a common criticism is that customers are "fatigued" by "near constant changes" in the product and company direction. SC Magazine said Endpoint Protection 14 was the "most comprehensive tool of its type . . . with superb installation and documentation." The review said EndPoint Protection had a "no-brainer setup and administration," but it does have a "wart" that support fees are "a bit steep."

    User interface
    There is no GUI. Service works in a background.
    NOTE: Be aware. Cracks, keygens and other illegal software might be deleted by Symantec.

    Console managment
    FAQ SSH:
    # /etc/init.d/Symantec.sh
    Code (Text):
    1. --------------------------------------------------------------- || hello world! ---
    2.  
    3.   Usage:
    4.           ./Symantec.sh (start|stop|enable|disable|status|...) [ARGUMENT]
    5.  
    6.   Available options:
    7.     start/stop                           - start or stop Symantec SEP
    8.     enable/disable                       - enables or disables app launch
    9.     status                               - checks running state
    10.  
    11.     run-liveupdate                       - update virus db
    12.     show-liveupdate-schedule             - display live update schedule conf
    13.  
    14.     run-fullsystem-scan                  - scan full system
    15.     run-networkshares-scan               - run network share scan
    16.  
    17.     list-quarantine                      - list quarantined items
    18.  
    19.     enable-autoprotect                   - enable volumes monitoring for file
    20.                                            changes, then start scan
    21.     disable-autoprotect                  - disable volumes monitoring...
    22.  
    23.     exclude-download-shares              - useful when using Rtorrent or ...
    24.     restore-download-shares-excludes     - disables above
    25.     exclude-directory [DIR]              - exclude custom directory: [DIR]
    26.     reset-excluded-directories           - reset all excluded directories
    27.     exclude-file [FILE]                  - exclude custom file: [FILE]
    28.     reset-excluded-files                 - reset all excluded files
    29.  
    30.     show-config-root                     - show config root
    31.     managed-status                       - show managed/unmanaged service status
    32.  
    33. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Symantec Anti-virus Managment
    FAQ SSH:
    # sav --help
    Code (Text):
    1. Usage: sav [OPTIONS] COMMAND
    2.  
    3. Options are:
    4.  -q | --quiet
    5.  -h | --help
    6.  
    7. Commands are:
    8.   autoprotect
    9.     -e | --enable
    10.     -d | --disable
    11.   manualscan
    12.     -s | --scan <file list>
    13.     -c | --clscan <file list>
    14.     -t | --stop
    15.   scheduledscan
    16.     -c | --create <ID>
    17.       -f | --frequency <daily|weekly|monthly>
    18.       -i | --interval <HH:MM|SUN-SAT|1-31>
    19.       -t | --time <HH:MM>
    20.       -m | --missedevents <0|1>
    21.     -l | --list
    22.     -n | --info <ID>
    23.     -d | --delete <ID>
    24.     -e | --enable <ID>
    25.     -s | --disable <ID>
    26.     -p | --stop <ID>
    27.   liveupdate
    28.     -u | --update
    29.     -v | --view
    30.     -s | --schedule
    31.       -f | --frequency <continuously|hourly|daily|weekly>
    32.       -i | --interval <HH|HH:MM|SUN-SAT>
    33.       -t | --time <HH:MM>
    34.       -r | --retrywindow <DD|HH|MM>
    35.       -d | --randomizewindow <DD|HH>
    36.   quarantine
    37.     -l | --list
    38.     -d | --delete <ID>
    39.     -r | --restore <ID>
    40.     -p | --repair <ID>
    41.     -i | --info <ID>
    42.   definitions
    43.     -r | --rollback
    44.   info
    45.     -d | --defs
    46.     -e | --engine
    47.     -p | --product
    48.     -s | --scanner
    49.     -a | --autoprotect
    50.     -t | --threats
    51.   manage
    52.     -g | --group
    53.     -h | --heartbeat
    54.     -i | --import <file>
    55.     -o | --location
    56.     -p | --profile
    57.     -s | --server
    58.     -t | --time
    59.     -l | --license
    60.   log
    61.     -e | --export [file]
    62.       -f | --from <start_id>
    63.       -t | --to <end_id>
    64.  
    65. For more information please refer to the man page or documentation.