These are the release notes for Sophos Anti-Virus for Linux 10 for 64-bit computers managed by Sophos Central.
View the product documentation at Sophos Anti-Virus for Linux.
|Sophos Anti-Virus for Linux||10.5.2
|Threat detection engine||3.79.0||3.79.0||3.77.1||3.74.2||3.72.1||3.70.2||3.69.2|
The product is now called "Sophos Anti-Virus for Linux" rather than "Sophos Linux Security" as in previous versions.
You can now update from Windows Update caches.
We have added support for SUL/Safeside updating.
|LINUXEP-897||On some Japanese systems, characters in desktop alerts are corrupted.
On the Japanese version of RHEL/CentOS/Oracle Linux 7, desktop alerts may include corrupted characters. You should install the xorg-x11-fonts-misc fonts.
If you install Sophos Anti-Virus for Linux 10 on a mail server that is running Sophos PureMessage for UNIX, you must make sure that scanning of MIME files is disabled in Sophos Anti-Virus for Linux 10. This is because scanning MIME files with Sophos Anti-Virus for Linux 10 might prevent PureMessage from accessing files that contain viruses. By default, MIME scanning is disabled.
On a computer that is using non-UTF-8 and non-ASCII encoding, to install from the deployment package that is created by mkinstpkg.sh, run the installation script as follows:
Sophos Anti-Virus for Linux 10 can be installed on computers that are using ja_JP.eucJP and ja_JP.UTF8. Installation on computers with ja_JP.sjis locale (Japanese with Shift-JIS encoding) is not supported.
If you install Sophos Anti-Virus for Linux 10 from an NFS filesystem, Sophos Remote Management System won't start.
To work around this, use an alternative installation source instead, for example a Samba share.
You can find technical support for Sophos products in any of these ways:
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