F-Secure have just announced the availability of a beta of their F-Secure Home Server Security product for Windows Home Server. So we now have another option to secure our WHS systems.
This beta comes over 11 months after F-Secure announced that it had been selected by Microsoft as the first data security vendor for Windows Home Server, an honour since taken by Avast, it seems things weren’t as easy as they first thought.
Those interested in joining the beta programme can register here. Note that beta testers who send in feedback will receive a free twelve month F-Secure Home Server Security subscription.
According to F-Secure® their Home Server Security protects Windows Home Server against malicious content, such as viruses, worms, Trojans, spyware and riskware. With F-Secure Home Server Security, so you can guard your digital pictures, archives and other valuable data stored on the central server against content threats. They claim that when F-Secure Home Server Security is installed to your Windows Home Server, you do not have to worry about distributing hostile content to other computers in your home network or the Internet.
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