This is the list with descriptions of the services installed for F-Secure Linux Security 64.
This information can be changed without notice.(06/Aug/2019)
Responsible for receiving access permission requests from the kernel through the fanotify API. It can grant access autonomously, but for malware analysis, it uses f-secure-baseguard-icap.service.
BaseGuard facility for email spam scanning. In LS64, the service is inactive.
A relic from the early days of BaseGuard. For full backward-compatibility reasons, the service cannot be removed, but it serves no purpose in any product.
Makes sure channel updates don't accumulate on the disk without limit.
The malware analysis service used for realtime, scheduled and manual scanning.
A local proxy for F-Secure's Online Reputation Service. It is used by f-secure-baseguard-icap.service.
Monitors F-Secure's GUTS2 service for channel updates and sends notifications to fsbg-updated.service.
Maintains the file integrity checker baseline.
Locally distributes policy settings to LS64 services.
Manages manual and scheduled scans.
Collects status and statistics information from LS64 services and relays them to the policy agent (fsma2)
Collects status and statistics information from BaseGuard services and relays them to the policy agent (fsma2)
Schedules the installation of online channel updates.
Locally distributes policy settings to BaseGuard services.
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