What services are installed with F-Secure Linux Security 64, and what are they for?
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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.f-secure-baseguard-as.service
BaseGuard facility for email spam scanning. In LS64, the service is inactive.f-secure-baseguard-av.service
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.f-secure-baseguard-cleanup.service
Makes sure channel updates don't accumulate on the disk without limit.f-secure-baseguard-icap.service
The malware analysis service used for realtime, scheduled and manual scanning.f-secure-baseguard-orspgw.service
A local proxy for F-Secure's Online Reputation Service. It is used by f-secure-baseguard-icap.service.f-secure-baseguard-update.service
Monitors F-Secure's GUTS2 service for channel updates and sends notifications to fsbg-updated.service.f-secure-linuxsecurity-fsicd.service
Maintains the file integrity checker baseline.f-secure-linuxsecurity-lspmd.service
Locally distributes policy settings to LS64 services.f-secure-linuxsecurity-scand.service
Manages manual and scheduled scans.f-secure-linuxsecurity-statusd.service
Collects status and statistics information from LS64 services and relays them to the policy agent (fsma2)fsbg-statusd.service
Collects status and statistics information from BaseGuard services and relays them to the policy agent (fsma2)fsbg-updated.service
Schedules the installation of online channel updates.fsbg.service
Locally distributes policy settings to BaseGuard services.
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