This article describes the Sophos Anti-Virus for Linux support for minor releases of different Linux distributions.
Sophos uses commercially reasonable efforts, as described below, to support Sophos Antivirus for Linux on all minor point releases of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) while the corresponding major version is supported. This includes the CentOS and Oracle Linux derivatives of RHEL.
Sophos will test and support Sophos Antivirus on the current active minor release of RHEL, CentOS, and Oracle Linux. When a new minor version is released by the operating system vendor, the previous minor version typically stops receiving important security updates. Sophos, therefore, recommends customers upgrade to the current active minor release as early as practicable.
To assist customers who are unable to upgrade their systems in line with RHEL minor releases, Sophos uses commercially reasonable efforts to support Sophos Antivirus on non-current minor releases of RHEL, CentOS, and Oracle Linux, on the following basis:
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