DoD antivirus products list

Here are the vendors and products available to Department of Defense agencies under the contract:


InterScan Virus Wall (NT/2000, Solaris, Linux)

ScanMail for Exchange (NT, Exchange 2000)

TMCM/TVCS (Management console - TMCM with OPP)

PC-Cillin for Wireless

Gold Premium Support contract/year (PSP)
-24x7/365, assigned technical account managers

Three days of training at Washington, D.C., area site

Three training sessions at 10 people per session


VirusScan (C3Aa.)

Virex for Macintosh (C3Aa.)

VirusScan Thin Client (C3Aa.)

NetShield (C3Aa. and C3Ad.)

NetShield for NetApp (C3Aa. and C3Ad.)

ePolicy Orchestrator (C3Ab.)

VirusScan for Wireless (C3Ae.)

Groupshield (C3Ac., C3Bh. and C3Bj.)

WebShield (software only for Solaris and SMTP for NT) (C3Af. C3Ag.. C3Bj. and C3Bj.)


Symantec Client Security - Antivirus protection for desktops and servers as well as desktop firewall and intrusion prevention.

Norton AntiVirus for Macintosh - Antivirus protection for Macintosh

Symantec System Center - Central console for management and reporting of antivirus and firewall clients.

Symantec AntiVirus/Filtering for Domino - Mail and content scanning for Lotus Domino servers.

Symantec AntiVirus/Filtering for MS Exchange - Mail and content scanning for Microsoft Exchange servers.

Symantec AntiVirus Scan Engine - Antivirus scanning for file servers and custom applications.

Symantec AntiVirus Command Line Scanner - Command line virus scanning utility.

Symantec AntiVirus for Palm - Antivirus protection for Palm.

Symantec AntiVirius for Symbian - Antivirus protection for Symbian.

Symantec AntiVirus for PocketPC - Antivirus protection for PocketPC.

Symantec AntiVirus for SMTP Gateways. - Antivirus protection at the SMTP gateway.

Symantec Web Security - Antivirus and content scanning at the HTTP and FTP gateway.


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