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 Post subject: Just an update on ASW
Unread postPosted: Mon Jan 31, 2011 5:38 pm 
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We've had questions as to what Windows platforms will be supported. Windows 2008 will be supported for sure.

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So I guess this will be also functional with Plesk for windows ? Possibly enkompass of cpanel ?

And another question. I have noticed clamav is slow. So If I want to run my own antivirus on windows instead of clamav such as nod32 will there be an issue ?

If a beta testing version comes out I would be happy to give it a try.

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So I guess this will be also functional with Plesk for windows ? Possibly enkompass of cpanel ?


Plesk is first, and encompass is second. That order may change as we are in the middle of working in the modsec elements now.

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And another question. I have noticed clamav is slow. So If I want to run my own antivirus on windows instead of clamav such as nod32 will there be an issue ?


There should not be an issue with this.

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If a beta testing version comes out I would be happy to give it a try.


Great, we'll post in this forum when the first test builds are ready.

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do you have any update on the status of this project?
If not, what piece are you stuck on? Could you release this in phases - such as having mod_sec integration, centralized ossec and logging, security scans, etc in modules that are released at different times in a "beta" type program?


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OSSECs server components do not work on Windows, so we have been working on Windows ports of those components.

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whats the ETR date?


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This still happening?

Also consider WebsitePanel, it's becoming quite popular :)

Anyway would like to know if this project is dead or ongoing. Thanks


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whats the ETR date?


We're paranoid security guys, we don't like to rush things especially when the key delay is a lack of security features on the platform (Windows) that makes much less secure (but still very secure) than it is under Linux. Which has required us to invent things that Windows doesnt have to make it less susceptible to compromise. Hurray! :-)

So its a long process. Unfortunately I cant provide an ETR at this point.

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Just an update on ASW. ASW will be using the new upcoming ASL 4.x framework. The ASL 4.x frameworks allows for automated installs, and has a completely new backend for the web console, as well as a completely redesigned web console. Our ASE product relies heavily on these enhancements (ASL needs to be able to work with ASE). To keep everything on an even keel, the first version of ASW with also be designed to work with ASE, as most of our Windows customers have a LOT of Windows servers.

And also for that reason, ASW nodes will be managed by an ASE system. ASE will be rolling out after ASL 4.x is in general release, which we are planning for later this quarter. The first ASL 4.x beta is targeted for next month. ASE's first beta is targeted at the end of this year, with the first ASW beta available once the ASE beta has had some time to shake down.

So just in case you want a road map, its:

ASL 4.x release -> ASE release -> ASW

The key dependencies are on purpose, so we can limit duplication of the same functionality between platforms. We want to keep the code base the same, as much as possible, across platforms and products when they require the same functions.

We appreciate everyones enthusiasm for ASW, we're working as fast as we can without sacrificing security on the windows product.

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Its been a while since any update.
Any news?


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