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Components updated in Dr.Web products for Windows and Dr.Web AV-Desk

November 1, 2016

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated Dr.Web Scanning Engine (11.1.3.201610180), the module Dr.Web Device Guard for Windows (11.01.04.09230), Dr.Web File System Monitor (11.01.03.10070), Dr.Web Scanner SE (11.0.6.09270) and Dr.Web SysInfo (11.1.2.201608170) in the products Dr.Web Security Space and Dr.Web Anti-virus 11.0, Dr.Web 11.0 for Windows Servers, Dr.Web Desktop Security Suite supporting centralised administration (part of Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 10.0), and in the Internet service Dr.Web AV-Desk 10.0. The Dr.Web SysInfo module was also updated in Dr.Web KATANA 1.0. The update resolves known software issues and has eliminated the below problems.

Scanning service:

  • A DFS (Distributed File System) access issue that arose if the option to scan shared folders was enabled for the SpIDer Guard file monitor.
  • Memory leaks occurring during curing.
  • A scanning issue involving folders whose names contain "~".
  • A defect that prevented shared folders containing a large number of files from being scanned.
  • A problem involving the /ARC key which defines the compression level for archives scanned by the console scanner.

Dr.Web Device Guard for Windows:

  • A problem that might cause a system crash (BSOD) under Windows 10.

Dr.Web File System Monitor 11.01.03.10070:

  • A problem that might cause a system crash (BSOD).

Scanner:

  • A defect that prevented disk boot sectors from being scanned during an initial scan.
  • A scanning issue involving folders whose names contain "~".
  • Defects involving scrollbars appearing in the scanner window and disappearing in the table of discovered threats if the window size was changed.

The update will be performed automatically; however, a system reboot will be required.

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