Panda DesktopSecure

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Alternative To: McAfee Internet Security Suite, McAfee VirusScan, Norton AntiVirus, ZoneAlarm

Description
Panda DesktopSecure for Linux Panda DesktopSecure for Linux is a security suite including:

Firewall protection. Protection against network attacks, not only at the network layer but also at the application layer. It detects which application is using the network and asks the user whether to grant or deny the access to it.

Antivirus protection. Protects the computer against all types of viruses, worms and Trojans, in both Linux and Windows (if the computer is used as a Windows file server for example).

Protection against unknown malware. This system includes detection of unknown malware using heuristic technology.

Permanent and on-demand mail protection. Protects your mail accounts from different types of malware that can reach your computer or protect the end-users from malicious messages sent from your system.

XWindow console to easily configure the settings of the product.
Interface: Graphical
Non-free: This program must be purchased, although a trial version may be available.
Available deb Repositories (how-to add a respository)
Ubuntu 32-bit

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Close source.

The Panda Desktopsecure system is closed source and requires installation and modification of your system at the root level.

Close source software being installed at the root level on a Linux system is a security risk. Don't do it/

There are better alternatives that are open source and work just as well.

Guarddog is open source.

http://www.simonzone.com/software/guarddog/#screenshots