September 26, 2018
Changes made to Dr.Web Device Guard for Windows:
- a defect that could result in a system crash (BSOD) when the BadUSB vulnerable device notification option was enabled has been corrected;
- an issue that could cause Explorer to freeze when removable media was being connected to a protected computer has been resolved;
- an issue involving devices not being added to the whitelist properly (with read-only permission when a specific bus class was blocked) has been eliminated.
Changes made to Dr.Web Net Filter for Windows driver:
- a defect that could cause a system crash (BSOD) when third-party network-traffic-filtering software was present on a protected computer has been corrected;
Changes made to the Dr.Web Shellguard anti-exploit module:
- a problem causing false positives to occur during the viewing of Amazon Prime and Netflix videos via Google Chrome browser has been resolved.
Changes made to Dr.Web Hypervisor:
- a problem that could cause a system crash (BSOD) has been resolved
Changes made to Dr.Web Firewall for Windows:
- the causes behind the possible abnormal termination of the firewall during Windows XP shutdowns have been eliminated.
The update will be performed automatically; however, a system reboot will be required.#update #Windows
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