[clamav-users] ClamAV for EnterPrise
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Wed Apr 19 14:57:39 EDT 2017
Someone asking about a product providing what is, on the face of it,
standard commercial or Enterprise class functions as available to many
other commercial products (and definitely nothing wrong with asking
about these things) does not constitute him "not having a clue" and it
certainly doesnt warrant some condescending down-talk from someone he
has never met and has NO IDEA on the level of competence of the poster
in the first place. And the irony of saying "if you took that to a
commercial supplier they would probably fall about laughing " makes one
man look stupid...and it isnt the original poster asking about it. Many
of the commercial applications provide exactly this as he is enquiring
G.W Haywood might have a "first class honours degree in engineering in
1976" but it certainly didnt get one in politeness or diplomacy.
Just rude and unnecessary.
On 19/04/2017 06:16, crazy thinker wrote:
> @G.W Haywood..
> it would be sounds good if you speak in polite way.. evey one can bark on
> others.. but that is not solution here. i hope you understand well
> On 19 April 2017 at 02:00, G.W. Haywood <clamav at jubileegroup.co.uk> wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> On Tue, 18 Apr 2017, crazy thinker wrote:
>> - I am looking for below features in Enterprise Environment
>>> - *Antivirus/Antispyware*
>>> - *Desktop Firewall*
>>> - *Intrusion Prevention*
>>> - *Browser Protection*
>>> - *Antivirus for Mac & Linux*
>>> - *Device & Application Control*
>>> - *Virtualization Features*
>>> - *Centralized and Granular Policy Management*
>> The more questions you ask on this and the development list, the more
>> painfully obvious it becomes to me that you have no idea what you are
>> talking about. The list which you have provided above is garbage; if
>> you took that to a commercial supplier they would probably fall about
>> laughing after they have sold you a lot of useless junk and shown you
>> out of the door.
>> The best thing you can do is get yourself some good training, so that
>> you will become capable of making rational decisions based on sound
>> (and not crazy) thinking. You should expect the training, if pursued
>> full-time, to take at least a couple of years to get you to the point
>> where you at least know what a firewall does. To know how properly to
>> configure one would, if you were no more than an average pupil in the
>> first course, probably take a couple more years. If this sounds a bit
>> like a batchelor's degree in computer science, that's not far wrong.
>> The next best thing would be to employ someone competent, but with
>> your current level of understanding I have no idea how you are going
>> to be able to judge the competence of a prospective employee.
>> To give you a rough idea of what level of skill you should be looking
>> for, I would not allow someone with a new computer science degree to
>> make unsupervised configuration changes to computer defences until he
>> or she had worked for me for at least a few months - probably more
>> like a couple of years - so that I could assess his/her capabilities.
>> I managed to get a first class honours degree in engineering in 1976,
>> I've been working with computers for over forty years, and I'm STILL
>> learning new, interesting and sneaky tricks which could easily eat my
>> lunch if I weren't careful. It's a jungle out there, it really is.
>> If you plan to risk the livelihoods of employees on your own present
>> computer skills, then I'd have to say I think that is irresponsible,
>> and with the present threat levels simply begging for trouble.
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