I switched from Windows 10 to Ubuntu on a desktop. As security I installed F-Secure and the KEY product on all my devices (desktops, laptop, android's).
Now it appears a Linux home user can't use F-Secure. So, the Key product is worthless for the Linux PC.
The SAVE product is available as a buisiness sollution and for buisiness prices.
How is it possible that a first class developper as F-Secure missed this option (F-Secure Save for Linux Home Users)?
Sorry for my reply. I am only an F-Secure user (their home solutions).
There was a discussion about related subject:
And some more examples:
There is also one feature request about (possible to vote it):
Now it appears a Linux home user can't use F-Secure. So, the Key product is worthless for the Linux PC. The SAVE product is available as a buisiness sollution and for buisiness prices.
I think that F-Secure KEY is also pretty valuable for Linux. At least, there are some feature requests about this ability.
But, anyway, did you mean next Business solution (as Security solution):
If yes - what is your expected list of features for potential F-Secure SAFE for Linux Home Users (or any other Linux security solution)?
And does it should be paid solution? In addition, only one certain Linux distribution or how to choose supported ones (I tried and more prefer to use Debian or OpenSUSE)?
I feel that something as Browsing protection (against known malicious or harmful websites, search ratings) is a good addition to Linux home use. But I am not sure about reasoned state for some other features (or ability to add it smoothly for home user). What is your main opinion? Which features are most valuable (what if some of them built-in with Linux already and with enough quality). Just as a discussion between community users.