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Posted by   Virus Bulletin on   Apr 10, 2003

US Army gets serious about anti-virus.

The US Army is using products supplied by Trend Micro to protect users of its Army Knowledge Online service from viruses, malicious content and spam.

Trend's InterScan VirusWall is being used to monitor SMTP, FTP, and web traffic; eManager provides content filtering and spam blocking; and ServerProtect is used to scan file servers.

US servicemen need not fear that the content filtering features of Trend's products will put an end to their freedom to enjoy a wide range of literature. Dennis Publishing plans to send US troops copies of magazines containing photos of scantily clad women to help them endure the war ...

Posted on 10 April 2003 by Virus Bulletin

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