VB100 - Ubuntu Server 12.04LTS

For the first time in living memory, this test saw a clean sweep of certification passes, with all products reaching the required standard for a VB100 badge, and most also doing well in terms of stability.

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Click here to find out which products earned a VB100 award, and which failed to make the grade.

The following chart shows the RAP results obtained over the last four tests, with average reactive scores plotted against average proactive scores for each product. (The detection figures from any test during which a product generated false positives are omitted (for that product) from the average calculations.) This chart is updated on a bimonthly basis. Virus Bulletin subscribers have access to the detailed results of the RAP tests, including a per-test RAP quadrant.

RAP averages quadrant Aug 2013 - Feb 2014

The full Ubuntu Server report can be read in the February 2014 edition of Virus Bulletin (VB subscribers only - click here for subscription information) or can be purchased as a standalone article ($19.95) .

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In this month's magazine:
  • VBSpam comparative review March 2014
  • VB100 comparative review on Ubuntu Server 12.04LTS
  • The shape of things to come
  • Threat intelligence sharing: tying one hand behind our backs
  • The curse of Necurs, part 1
  • More fast or more dirty?
  • Tofsee botnet
  • Back to VBA
  • Is the security industry up to the new challenges to come?
  • Greetz from academe: No place to Hyde
Virus Bulletin 04 2014
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