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One day I was browsing through my pc, mistakenly I clicked on a adadverse. After that something started to download. But I couldn't get what that was. That's all for that day, I turned off my computer.That time there wasn't any Antivirus software installed on my PC. Next day when I turned on my PC , something strange happened. Without my knowledge my pc was downloading a lot of softwares which was in Chinese language. One of them were UC BROWSER Chinese vversion. My pc went tototally out of control. After that I installed DR.WEB and stated full scan. After few hours it (Dr.Web) identified that my pc is infected with Trojan horse. Thanks a lot DR.WEB
@Apurbo since 2015 the develpers from UC browser do not respond to e-mails of our developers. we are unable to implement URL filtering without their assistance.
Thanks for update. but you sure about that? i cannot login to my DrWeb Portal, when i trying to join, i will redirect to this page: https://my.drweb.com/biz/login/?t=%2Fbiz and even without joining to portal, from support wizard, i cannot submit a support ticket, this error will happens: (500) Error: Can't connect to support.drweb.com:80 (connect: Connection timed out)
well job DrWeb
I agrey this software
Hi!, I have a license security suite Dr.Web Security Space 11.0, and I wonder if my antivirus program is prepared to face and overcome this evil program? Thankyou, Evandro Souza dos Santos, Porto Alegre, Brazil.
دکتروب داره اثبات میکنه لینوکس اونطور که خیلیا اعتقاد دارن خیلی هم امن نیست :D
great job DrWeb :X
Thanks. but i guess there is a mistake in this news. the current version is: Dr.Web Virus-Finding Engine drweb32.dll (7.00.23.08290)
Thank You DrWeb :D
Dr. Webb is awesome advise everybody to get it
@ali, thank you for reporting this bug - it is corrected!
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Very important & timely announcement - for RHEL protection!
Discount is very welcome! :)
Happy new year!
Just a heads up but it looks like Intego had never seen adware on a MAC and was quick to call this a trojan and a backdoor - there are references all over the internet blasting them for getting this wrong and claiming a billion dollar publicly traded company is putting backdoors on systems. You might want to pull the post, just an fyi. A few quick credible references about it being adware: Reference: http://www.computersecurity.org/computer-cyber-security-news/analysis-securestudies-com-ossproxy-marketscore-opinionspy-adwarepupriskware-or-malware/ Reference: http://doc.emergingthreats.net/bin/view/Main/2001564 References: https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/726b325e1b3ea2cfbb1f57ece7a60734151b07874869b6ac6ac7ae5f23507295/analysis/