Safeguard your Linux file servers from known and emerging threats

With ESET, you will never have to choose between security and performance.

Highly available and responsive file servers are an integral part of today's business IT infrastructure.

More businesses rely on Linux, BSD and Sun Solaris file servers to deliver performance and scalability to support today's file serving loads. As the volume of network data grows, so does the need to secure it from malware.

ESET File Security provides Linux, BSD and Solaris file servers with on-demand and on-access real-time protection from known and unknown viruses, worms, trojans, spyware and other Internet threats. ESET's ThreatSense® technology proactively protects mission-critical file servers from zero-day threats with minimal impact on system performance or resources.


Improved Web Interface- Enables customers to adjust even more parameters.

New Scheduler - Allows you to set multiple tasks and actions ahead of time.

Improved Scanning Core – Features the powerful ThreatSense scanning engine, already available in ESET NOD32 Antivirus.

Support for Free BSD 8 – To ensure this OC can meet the high demands of your company.


On-demand Scanning allows you to scan directories or drives via the command line or set up periodic scanning

Protection from the Unknown with ESET’s award-winning ThreatSense scanning engine efficiently stops both known and unknown threats as they occur.

Stability and Effectivity via the optimised daemon

On-access Scanning of all files used by the OS or applications in real-time.

Pre-defined Actions which can be chosen by the user, including “clean”, “discard”, “defer”, “accept”, or “reject”, to be applied based on the scanning result of an object.

User-Specific Configuration all you to set specific parameters for the scanning engine based on user identity or group.

Smaller Update Packages decrease the load on your system whilst keeping you up to date against the latest threats.

Pre-defined Actions now includes NETBSD 4, FreeBSD 6, 7 and 8, Linux Kernal 2.6, SUN Solaris 10.