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Components updated in Dr.Web 11.0 for Windows, Dr.Web 10.0 for MS Exchange, and Dr.Web 10.0 for IBM Lotus Domino

June 20, 2016

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated the following in Dr.Web Security Space and Dr.Web Anti-virus 11.0, Dr.Web 11.0 for Windows Servers, Dr.Web 10.0 for MS Exchange, and Dr.Web 10.0 for IBM Lotus Domino: Dr.Web Control Service (11.0.7.06140), SpIDer Agent for Windows (11.0.6.201606031), Dr.Web Updater (11.0.3.06100), Dr.Web device Guard for Windows (11.01.02.06060), the firewall (11.1.1.06071), Dr.Web Anti-rootkit API (11.1.2.201606020), Dr.Web SelfPROtect (11.01.01.06070), Dr.Web Scanning Engine (11.1.1.201606060), Dr.Web File System Monitor (11.01.01.06060), the utility Dr.Web SysInfo (11.1.0.201605300), Dr.Web Net Filter for Windows driver (11.1.0.06070), Dr.Web Scanner SE (11.0.3.201606170), configuration scripts, and UI language modules. The update resolves known software issues and delivers upgrades.

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.

Agent:

  • An issue involving an error message appearing when Update was clicked has been resolved.

Dr.Web Updater:

  • 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.

Firewall:

  • 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.

Anti-rootkit API:

  • 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);

Self-protection module:

  • Improved component performance;
  • Enhanced protection from exploits.

Scanning service:

  • Increased scanning speed.

Dr.Web File System Monitor:

  • The routine for processing frequently modified files has been optimised.

Dr.Web SysInfo:

  • 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.

Scanner:

  • 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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