How do I create the netstat logfile on a Linux System?
Follow these steps to create the netstat logfile: 1. Open Terminal 2. Upgrade to Root 3. Insert the following command:
4. When you have the following information, please create a text file of it with the following command:
netstat -anp > example.txt
6. The file will be saved in the directory where you ran the command (you can verify the folder you are in by running the command: pwd)
Article no: 000018382
Will SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 be supported by F-Secure Linux Security version 11.10 and F-Secure Linux Security 64?
SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 will only be supported by F-Secure Linux Security 64 which is the successor of F-Secure Linux Security version 11.10. Currently, this support is planned to be available during the first half of 2020 Linux Security 11.10 will not support the latest Linux distributions and it only supports old non "systemd" Linux distributions.
Article no: 000018265
Is it possible to define wildcard exclusions with F-Secure Linux Security 11.10 or is full path the only supported option?
Wildcard exclusions for scans are not supported by F-Secure Linux Security 11.10. Full path is required to be used when creating exclusions.
Article no: 000018262
How to update F-Secure Linux Security 11.x virus databases manually in an isolated or offline environment with no internet connection? Is the update package self-contained, meaning it contains all signature updates, or is it an incremental update?
Note: This article assumes deep technical understanding of both F-Secure's products and the relevant operating system. If you are unsure, contact F-Secure support for assistance.
To update the virus definition databases for F-Secure Linux Security 11.x manually from the command line:
Download the fsdbupdate9.run file from http://download.f-secure.com/latest/fsdbupdate9.run. The file is a self-extracting file that stops the AUA daemon, updates the databases and restarts the AUA. As a root user, run the dbupdate fsdbupdate9.run command where fsdbupdate9.run is the absolute or relative path to the fsdbupdate9.run file.
The update package is self-contained and contains all necessary updates.
Article no: 000011352
When installing F-Secure Linux Security 11.10, the following error is shown after entering the license code: Invalid keycode. After that is requests the license code again: Please enter the keycode you have received with your purchase of F-Secure Linux Security.
Make sure that the license is spelled correctly, and that you are entering a key belonging to the correct product. Trying to enter a code belonging to for example F-Secure Linux Security 64 would result in this error.
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What are the main differences between F-Secure Linux Security 64 and F-Secure Linux Security 11.x?
Linux Security 64 is a native 64-bit application, however there are some differences compared to the previous released version Linux Security 11.x, most notably:
no support for standalone installation mode no support for Protection Service for Business (PSB) installation mode no firewall no web user interface (for remote management with browser) no support for F-Secure Policy Manager Proxies no support for unattended (scripted) installations
The list of supported Linux distributions is also different with some legacy distributions only being supported by Linux Security 11.x. Also note, that while the installer for LS 64 is created/exported in Policy Manager Console, neither Linux Security 11 nor Linux Security 64 can be deployed/pushed to hosts using Policy Manager Console.
Article no: 000014897
In Policy Manager, F-Secure Linux Security installed as clone image is not listed under the domain tree.
Follow the instructions in the F-Secure Linux Security administrator guide to clear the host UID after deploying Linux clone image. This is explained in page 9 section 2.3, Central Deployment Using Image Files here.
Article no: 000014351