All VMs are x64 and the ethernet adapters are VMXNET 3, VMWare tools are installed and updated to the latest versions.
Filed under: Symentec Related — Tags: Antivirus And Antispyware Protection, SEPM 11.0, Symantec Endpoin Protection. M]to protect our clients and servers from Virus / Spywares / and Network Threats.
Win32 Definitions not updating, Symantec Endpoint Manager ver 11.0 Server — Syed Jahanzaib / Pinochio~:) @ PM We have Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager Ver 11.0 Server [S. It is really cool product and it have helped us to breath smoother in many aspects and it is very good in centralized management/deployment.
SONAR 2 is part of Norton 2010 and Norton 360 v.4 antivirus software.
According to the company, this version leverages data from more sources, including reputation data about a program.
Our STAR team monitors malicious code reports from more than 130 million systems across the Internet, receives data from 240,000 network sensors in more than 200 countries and tracks more than 25,000 vulnerabilities affecting more than 55,000 technologies from more than 8,000 vendors. The technology collaborates and operates more efficiently and effectively to discover if a given situation is malicious or not.
As each technology learns different things about a process or a file, it will share what it learns with the other technologies.
SONAR was introduced to serve the consumer antivirus market.
SONAR was first offered as an add-on for Norton Anti Virus 2007 and Norton Internet Security 2007; subsequent annual editions of the Norton line have had SONAR, as well.
We are experiencing significant reduction in file transfer rate and network speed with in our LAN between Virtual Machines running Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 guest OSs, Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) installed is 12.1.2015.2015.
VMs with all features of SEP installed have file transfer speed of about 30 MB/sec vs 120 MB/sec with no SEP installed.
Symantec’s Security Technology and Response organization is the division responsible for the innovation and development of Norton’s security technologies that provide protection in five layers: file based (antivirus), network based (firewall), behavior (SONAR), reputation, and remediation.