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DEFINITION: Microsoft Antigen is a set of programs that provides security and e-mail filtering for network servers. Antigen can provide layered, multiple-scan protection against viruses, worms, spyware and other forms of malware. Antigen can also filter e-mail to minimize inappropriate content and malicious attachments according to user or administrator preferences. There are several versions of the package including:  … 
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Windows SecurityWhite Papers (View All Report Types)
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Justifying an Active Directory Disaster Recovery Plan
sponsored by Dell Software
WHITE PAPER: Active Directory (AD) downtime can be disastrous to organizations. Learn the risks, costs and unexpected consequences associated with AD interruptions, the importance of an AD recovery plan and the pitfalls of relying solely on native recovery methods.
Posted: 12 Oct 2006 | Published: 09 Apr 2007

Dell Software

Comparing Approaches for Desktop Software Lockdown
sponsored by Bit9, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: The variety of stability, security and legal risks with the installation and execution of unauthorized software is a huge burden for organizations. This paper will compare and contrast techniques for detecting and preventing unauthorized code.
Posted: 30 Aug 2006 | Published: 30 Aug 2006

Bit9, Inc.
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WINDOWS SECURITY DEFINITION (continued): …  Antigen for Microsoft Exchange Antigen for Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server and Windows SharePoint Services Antigen for Instant Messaging Antigen for SMTP Gateways Sybari Enterprise Manager Advanced Spam Manager Advanced Spam Defense Antigen for Domino on Windows NTAntigen was originally produced by Sybari Software Inc., which was acquired by Microsoft in 2005 and is now a wholly owned subsidiary. Microsoft Antigen should not be confused with AntiGen (with a capital G), a freeware product developed by Fresh Software to detect the presence of Back Orifice on computers running Windows. … 
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