June 20, 2016
Dr.Web Control Service:
- Better integrated with Windows Action Center (Windows Security Center);
- An issue has been fixed that caused the component to terminate abnormally if the anti-virus's settings were reset to default and then an attempt was made to load a non-existent preventive protection profile;
- To prevent an error entry from appearing in the Event Log, the Dr.Web Firewall for Windows service no longer starts after installation prior to a system restart;
- An issue involving Dr.Web Security Space components appearing to be disabled after the system resumes from hibernation has been resolved;
- A defect involving a user profile loading error message has been corrected.
- An issue involving an error message appearing when Update was clicked has been resolved.
- Now a system restore point is created prior to driver updating;
- A defect that prevented the anti-virus from retrieving updates from an existing updating mirror has been resolved.
Dr.Web device Guard for Windows (relevant to laptop users):
- Now the component is fully compatible with Elantech Touchpad driver.
- To decrease the CPU load, the Dr.Web Firewall for Windows notify module’s post-system wakeup start routine has been redesigned;
- Also eliminated was a defect that caused SpIDer Agent for Windows to freeze during browser launch if the parameter “Not specified” had been set in the firewall rules.
- An issue involving the installation of NVIDIA drivers has been eliminated;
- A defect involving Truecrypt being blocked by the Preventive Protection has been corrected;
- Also resolved was a Preventive Protection issue that interfered with the implementation of SRP (Software Restriction Policies);
- Improved component performance;
- Enhanced protection from exploits.
- Increased scanning speed.
Dr.Web File System Monitor:
- The routine for processing frequently modified files has been optimised.
- An issue involving the utility window freezing if an attempt was made to stop the utility from collecting data on step 99 out of 100 has been resolved;
- Also eliminated was a problem that prevented the utility from determining the default browser (Internet Explorer);
- Now the utility also collects information about Dr.Web Hypervisor settings.
- An issue that caused the component to terminate abnormally on machines whose CPUs didn't support the instruction set SSE2 has been resolved.
The update will be performed automatically; however, a system reboot will be required.
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