February 28, 2019
Changes affecting all the products:
- Support has been added for Astra Linux 1.6, including for when the operating system is used in isolated environment mode;
- A scanning engine now exists for amd64;
- The amd64 packages no longer rely on libc (32-bit);
- The anti-virus engine is now shipped in a separate drweb-engine package;
- The components Dr.Web ConfigD and Dr.Web Ctl are delivered in separate packages;
- The installed products are supplemented with complete documentation for Dr.Web products for Unix-like systems;
- Optimised routines for neutralising threats and accessing and managing the quarantine;
- An upgraded drweb-ctl command-line interface;
- Optimised updating routines;
- An optimised mechanism for interacting with the centralised protection server;
- TLS 1.0 and 1.1 are no longer used;
- Whenever a threat is detected, the SHA-1 and SHA-256 checksums of the corresponding file are transmitted to the server;
- ELF executables for Astra Linux now use signatures.
New in Dr.Web 11.1 for Unix Mail Servers, Dr.Web 11.1 for Unix Server, and Dr.Web Anti-virus 11.1 for Internet gateways Unix:
- Dr.Web for Solaris is no longer available.
New in Dr.Web 11.1 for Unix Mail Servers:
- The Dr.Web MailD and SpIDer Gate components now use new site categories: online games, anonymisers, cryptocurrency mining pools;
- Scanning scripts can now be written in Lua for the following components:
- Dr.Web Firewall (traffic);
- Dr.Web MailD (email).
- In addition to LDAP, the following data sources can now be specified in traffic and email inspection rules: text files (may contain regular expressions and IP ranges) and MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, and Redis files.
New in Dr.Web 11.1 for Unix Server:
- The drweb-configure utility has been added for adjusting the application's settings; the Samba server integration script has been removed;
- Recompiled VFS SMB modules for Samba (versions below 3.6.0) are no longer included in the package.
New in Dr.Web 11.1 for Internet gateways Unix:
- The Dr.Web ICAPD and SpIDer Gate components now recognise new site categories: online games, anonymizers, and cryptocurrency mining pools;
- Traffic scan scripts for Dr.Web Firewall can now be written in Lua;
- In addition to LDAP, the following data sources can now be specified in traffic and Internet connection inspection rules: text files (may contain regular expressions and IP ranges) and MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, and Redis files.
New in Dr.Web 11.1 for Linux:
- Now compatible with Astra Linux when accounts with various access permissions (SpIDer Guard must operate in FANOTIFY mode) are in use.
- New site categories: online games, anonymisers, and cryptocurrency mining pools.
For more information about the new versions, system requirements, and installation guidelines, please use the links below:
- Dr.Web Anti-virus for Linux release notes;
- Dr.Web for Unix Server release notes;
- Dr.Web for Unix Mail Servers release notes;
- Dr.Web for Internet gateways Unix release notes.
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