Patch Antivirus Kaspersky 2012
(2) On Windows Server 2019, Windows Server, version 1803 or newer, Windows Server 2016, or Windows Server 2012 R2, Microsoft Defender Antivirus doesn't enter passive mode automatically when you install a non-Microsoft antivirus product. In those cases, set Microsoft Defender Antivirus to passive mode to prevent problems caused by having multiple antivirus products installed on a server. You can set Microsoft Defender Antivirus to passive mode using a registry key as follows:
Patch Antivirus Kaspersky 2012
(3) On Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server version 1803 or newer, Windows Server 2019, and Windows Server 2022, if you are using a non-Microsoft antivirus product on an endpoint that is not onboarded to Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, disable/uninstall Microsoft Defender Antivirus manually to prevent problems caused by having multiple antivirus products installed on a server.
Make sure to get your antivirus and antimalware updates, even if Microsoft Defender Antivirus is running in passive mode. See Manage Microsoft Defender Antivirus updates and apply baselines.Note that passive mode is only supported on Windows Server 2012 R2 & 2016 when the machine is onboarded using the modern, unified solution.
KB 3013769, the December 2014 update rollup for Windows 8.1 and Server 2012 R2, has been re-released as an optional update. Many people using Kaspersky Antivirus report that installing the patch triggers a blue screen: SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED (kl1.sys).
For those of you running a WSUS server, there have been reports of problems getting the April 2015 patches to sync on Server 2012 R2. The problem hasn't been acknowledged by Microsoft, and it isn't clear how widespread the problem might be, but the most recent reports are from early Wednesday morning.
CVE-2012-1723 is still the leader among identified exploits. The first public announcement about this vulnerability was made in June 2012. Oracle issued a patch just a few days later. As you can see from the pie chart, more than one year later, 20% of attacks still involve CVE-2012-1723.
The dynamics of attacks involving exploits that appeared during the reporting period are reminiscent of a relay race. As the number of attacks targeting one vulnerability begins to fall, a new one arises, and the exploits targeting that one take the baton and lead the race. This chart also shows how CVE-2012-4681 was involved in the attacks. That particular exploit was detected just three days before the period covered by this study began, and was a Zero Day-type vulnerability posing a critical threat. Although Oracle did release an emergency patch on 30 August 2012, the chart shows that even after a slight dip in the number of attacks in October, it was climbing back up the chart by late November.
The exploit targeting CVE-2012-5076 was discovered in mid-October 2012 and took up the baton from CVE-2012-4681. It immediately became popular among cyber criminals, since it is capable of infecting several versions of Java. Although the patch for the vulnerability was released that same month, in March 2013, this exploit was still listed on Blackhole, one of the most common exploit packs on the black market, because it can target a broad range of versions and infects victims more reliably.
CVE-2013-0422 is another Zero Day vulnerability that was discovered in January this year. A patch was released quickly, but the number of attacks increased, right up until February. Then, the drop in the number of attacks began to decelerate, and settled in at a level of 25,000 detections per month right up until August. Just like its predecessor, this exploit was listed on Blackhole together with other well-known exploit packs. CVE-2013-0422 along with CVE-2012-1723 were used in the Icefog spying campaign discovered by Kaspersky Lab researchers recently.
Does Windows Server 2012 R2 have antivirus?Yes! Windows Server 2012 R2 comes with Windows Defender antivirus already installed and will continue to be updated regularly. It should be active and running security unless you disabled it previously.
In addition, Avira also comes with a PC cleaner tool that will remove any unnecessary files from your system that could cause it to slow down. In regards to the performance. Avira is the perfect antivirus for Windows Server 2012 protection.
We have over 1500 servers. Windows 2003, 2008 and 2012. I have to gather the details of antivirus(Product Name & Version) on these servers.There could be multiple antivirus product.I am not sure powershell script will work on 2003 server.