Defend what you create

Other Resources


My library

+ Add to library

Contact us
24/7 Tech support | Rules regarding submitting

Send a message

Your tickets


Back to news

Dr.Web anti-virus for Linux updated

October 6, 2010

Doctor Web announced the release of the updated Dr.Web for Linux that incorporates important changes and new features.

The main innovation provided with the update is customizable proxy-server settings for the updating module allowing retrieval of updates even if Dr.Web is unable to access an updating server directly.

The updated version also enables users to add objects for scanning using drag’n’drop. The update also incorporates fixes of several errors found in software components. Users of Dr.Web for Linux need to install the program using the updated distribution.

Tell us what you think

To ask Doctor Web’s site administration about a news item, enter @admin at the beginning of your comment. If your question is for the author of one of the comments, put @ before their names.

Other comments

The Russian developer of Dr.Web anti-viruses
Doctor Web has been developing anti-virus software since 1992
Dr.Web is trusted by users around the world in 200+ countries
The company has delivered an anti-virus as a service since 2007
24/7 tech support

Dr.Web © Doctor Web
2003 — 2021

Doctor Web is the Russian developer of Dr.Web anti-virus software. Dr.Web anti-virus software has been developed since 1992.

2-12А, 3rd street Yamskogo polya, Moscow, Russia, 125124