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Components updated in Dr.Web Security Space 11.5, Dr.Web Anti-virus 11.5, Dr.Web Anti-virus 11.5 for Windows Servers, Dr.Web 11.5 for Microsoft Exchange Server, and Dr.Web 11.5 for IBM Lotus Domino

August 15, 2018

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated Dr.Web Anti-rootkit API (11.5.3.201807181) and Dr.Web Scanning Engine (11.5.3.201807040) in all the products listed above. Furthermore, Dr.Web Control Service (11.5.8.08090), Dr.Web Thunderstorm Cloud Client SDK (11.5.1.06070) and the Dr.Web Sysinfo module (11.5.1.201808010) are updated in the specified Dr.Web 11.5 products for Windows. Also updated are Dr.Web Firewall for Windows (11.5.3.08020) and Dr.Web Firewall for Windows driver (11.5.3.08020) in Dr.Web Security Space and Dr.Web Anti-virus 11.5. The update delivers feature upgrades and fixes of known defects.

Changes made to the Anti-rootkit API:

  • Upgraded routines for neutralising unwanted browser extensions.
  • Enhanced routines for detecting and neutralising active infections.

Changes made to the Scanning service:

  • Faster background anti-rootkit scan.

Changes made to Dr.Web Firewall and Dr.Web Firewall for Windows driver:

  • An issue that could cause Dr.Web Firewall for Windows notify module to freeze while an application rule was being created has been eliminated.
  • Also resolved was an issue involving incorrect protocol type information being displayed in application statistics.

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

#update #Windows #Lotus #Exchange

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