January 30, 2019
New features and upgrades
- We’ve added the ability to change the number of anti-virus engines involved in scanning Windows hosts.
- Statistics tables, notifications and user routines now includes checksum information (SHA-1, SHA-256) about the threats that have been detected;
- Under Windows, Dr.Web agents now use the system language by default;
- We’ve improved the system for alerting administrators about insufficient permissions;
- Additional administrator options have been added for pre-defined user routines;
- The extended license usage report is now located in the Administration section of the Dr.Web Control Center.
- A new option in the Delayed Updates section can be used to stop agents from downgrading to earlier versions when revisions are being downloaded from the server.
- An issue allowing the anti-virus components to be started remotely without sufficient permissions;
- An issue preventing a host's MAC address from being displayed in its account properties;
- A filter issue preventing data from being sorted properly in the Control Center's Quarantine section;
- A filtering issue affecting statistics during export;
- An issue preventing anti-virus scanning from being launched on a remote host from the Web Console Notifications section;
- An issue interfering with IPv4 address validation in the network scanner settings.
The updated distributions can be downloaded from Doctor Web's site and from the GUS servers.
More information on Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite version 11.0.2, including system requirements and installation details, can be found in the release notes.
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