Microsoft (Microsoft) is taking another step toward the open source world in particular and the Linux system in particular. The company has officially launched its free antivirus application, Microsoft Defender ATP, for use in various open-source distributions.
This is an early release version, but is already available for most major Linux distributions, including + RHEL 7.2 and above, Ubuntu 16 LTS and any later version of LTS, Oracle Linux 7.2 and + Debian 9. The list has a few smaller distributions and the purpose of Microsoft It is possible to test its antivirus at the server level, including full support of the instructions given at the command line – just as expected from Linux applications.
“Adding Linux to the list of defender ATP-supported platforms naturally marks an important moment for all of our customers.