August 23, 2017
Dr.Web for Unix Mail Servers:
- A brand-new architecture— now, instead of integrating with mail servers, the product interacts with them using standard mail server services (Milter, Spamd, Rspamd);
- The product can now be transparently integrated with communication channels that use the standard protocols SMTP, POP3 and IMAP (this mode is only available under GNU/Linux);
- Unwanted incoming email content is now stored in a separate password-protected archive instead of the quarantine;
- A native control web interface has replaced Webmin;
- OpenLDAP and Active Directory service information can now be used in mail filtering rules;
- Product status statistics and important event notifications (e.g., regarding blocked emails) can now be sent over SNMP;
- The Clamd module can now be used to scan messages on mail servers that do not use Milter/Spamd/Rspamd;
- Sender/recipient address validation over DNSxL.
Dr.Web Anti-virus for Linux:
- Email received via IMAP(S)/POP3(S) is now scanned.
- Email received via SMjTP(S) is now scanned.
Dr.Web for Unix Servers:
- Supports Samba 4.6.
Dr.Web for Internet gateways Unix:
- If a query is blocked, the icapd module will now indicate its source.
- A file containing a list of sites can now be specified for the blacklist and whitelist.
To update Dr.Web for Unix installed from the repository, use your package manager. If you installed Dr.Web using a universal package, download the updated distribution and reinstall the application.
Users of Dr.Web Anti-virus for Linux must use the updated distribution to install the program.
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