December 14, 2017
Changes in Dr.Web Anti-rootkit API affecting all the products:
- A Dr.Web Control Service issue involving memory leaks under server editions of Windows has been resolved.
- Also eliminated was the defect that could cause false positives if games were being launched via Steam, Mail.ru and other digital distribution platforms.
Changes in the self-protection module in Dr.Web products for Windows
- A defect that could result in a system crash (BSOD) during NVIDA driver installation has been corrected.
- Also resolved was an issue that caused Yandex.Browser to terminate abnormally under Windows 10.
- Furthermore, a problem involving false disk error messages being displayed and the chkdsk utility being launched with no reason has been eliminated.
The update will be performed automatically; however, a system reboot will be required.
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