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Dark theme for Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 13.0 and Dr.Web AV-Desk 13.0’s subscription-based Dr.Web Anti-virus software

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 13.0 and Dr.Web Anti-virus 13.0 to introduce changes to the anti-virus's interface.
04.10.2022 | Dr.Web products | Updates

Dr.Web CureIt! now even more reliable

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated its Dr.Web CureIt! utility.
03.10.2022 | Dr.Web products | Updates

More improvements and error fixes in Dr.Web 12.0 for Windows, Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 12.0 and 13.0, and Dr.Web AV-Desk 13.0s subscription-based Dr.Web Anti-virus software

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated Dr.Web Security Space 12.0, Dr.Web Anti-virus 12.0, Dr.Web Anti-virus 12.0 for Windows Servers, and Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 12.0 and 13.0, and also Dr.Web AV-Desk 13.0s subscription-based Dr.Web Anti-virus software.
27.09.2022 | Dr.Web products | Updates

Anti-virus utility Dr.Web CureIt! updated

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated its Dr.Web CureIt! utility to boost the application’s stability while a system is being scanned for trojans and other threats.
27.09.2022 | Dr.Web products | Updates

Stability improves with the latest update for Dr.Web 12.0 products for Windows

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has released a software update, improving the stability of its Dr.Web Security Space 12.0, Dr.Web Anti-virus 12.0, and Dr.Web 12.0 for Windows Servers.
20.09.2022 | Dr.Web products | Updates

Doctor Web’s August 2022 review of virus activity on mobile devices

15.09.2022 | Updates | About viruses | Mobile threats | Virus reviews

An increase in malicious activity, the spread of adware trojans and other events of August 2022

Doctor Web presents its August virus activity review. According to the statistics we collected, an increase was observed in the overall number of threats detected compared to July. With that, adware trojans were highly active once again. In email traffic, malicious scripts, trojan downloaders and phishing webpages were most often detected.
15.09.2022 | Dr.Web products

Doctor Web’s August 2022 virus activity review

An analysis of Dr.Web’s August statistics revealed a 10.72% increase in the total number of detected threats, compared to July. The number of unique threats also increased—by 8.59%. Most often users encountered various adware. Malicious scripts, trojans downloading other malware and phishing webpages crafted to steal authentication data prevailed in email traffic. In addition, threat actors continued distributing email attachments with malware that exploit vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office programs.
15.09.2022 | About viruses | Virus reviews

Anti-virus engine update boosts Dr.Web's effectiveness and stability

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated Dr.Web Virus-Finding Engine (7.00.58.08230) in its Dr.Web applications for the х64, х86 and ARM64 architectures.
12.09.2022 | Dr.Web products | Updates

Ensuring error-free migration from Dr.Web Security Space 12.0 to Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 12.0

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated several modules incorporated into Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 12.0 in order to deliver a fix for an identified defect:
12.09.2022 | Dr.Web products | Updates

Doctor Web’s July 2022 review of virus activity on mobile devices

In July, the most common threat detected on Android devices was once again the Android.Spy.4498 trojan. This malware hijacks information from other apps’ notifications. However, its activity continues to steadily decline, dropping by 19.77% over the last month. At the same time, increased activity on the part of one of its modifications, Android.Spy.4837, has been noted. This modification could possibly replace its predecessor over time.
31.08.2022 | Updates | About viruses | Mobile threats | Virus reviews

Doctor Web’s July 2022 virus activity review

An analysis of Dr.Web’s July statistics revealed an 11.04% decrease in the total number of threats, compared to June. With that, the number of unique threats increased by 16.74%. Most often, users were dealing with adware. In email traffic, malicious scripts and malware that exploit vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office programs were once again among the most active threats.
31.08.2022 | About viruses | Virus reviews

Decreased malicious activity, an attack on WhatsApp users and other events of July 2022

Doctor Web presents its July virus activity review. According to the statistics we collected, the overall number of threats detected last month decreased compared to a month earlier. Once again, adware was among the most widespread threats. In email traffic, malicious scripts and exploits were detected most often.
31.08.2022 | 

An attack on WhatsApp users and other events in Doctor Web’s July 2022 mobile malware activity review

Doctor Web is pleased to present its July 2022 mobile malware activity review. According to detection statistics collected by Dr.Web for Android anti-virus products, the activity of Android.Spy.4498, a trojan designed to steal information from other apps’ notifications, continues to decrease. At the same time, we are observing an uptick in activity from one of its modifications. Adware trojans from the Android.HiddenAds family were also less active compared to the previous month. That said, they remain among the most widespread Android threats.
31.08.2022 | 

Anti-spam issue resolved in Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 13.0 and Dr.Web AV-Desk 13.0’s subscription-based Dr.Web Anti-virus software

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated the Products.xml for es-agent component (13.0.10.06030) in Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 13.0 and Dr.Web AV-Desk 13.0’s subscription-based Dr.Web Anti-virus software.
29.08.2022 | Dr.Web products | Updates

Improvements made to Dr.Web 12.0 for Windows, Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 12.0 and 13.0, and Dr.Web AV-Desk 13.0’s subscription-based Dr.Web Anti-virus

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated Dr.Web Thunderstorm Cloud Client SDK (12.0.26.08090) in Dr.Web Security Space 12.0, Dr.Web Anti-virus 12.0, Dr.Web Anti-virus 12.0 for Windows Servers and Dr.Web AV-Desk 13.0’s subscription-based Dr.Web Anti-virus; also updated was the Dr.Web Shellguard anti-exploit module (12.06.11.08022) in Dr.Web Security Space 12.0, Dr.Web Anti-virus 12.0, Dr.Web Anti-virus 12.0 for Windows Servers, Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 12.0 and 13.0, and Dr.Web AV-Desk 13.0’s subscription-based Dr.Web Anti-virus.
24.08.2022 | Dr.Web products | Updates

URL checking improved in DrWebBot 2.1 for Telegram

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated DrWebBot version 2.1 for Telegram, which provides security when links and files are exchanged in the popular messenger.
23.08.2022 | Dr.Web products | Updates

Doctor Web identifies attack on WhatsApp and WhatsApp Business messengers installed on counterfeit Android devices

Doctor Web reports that it has discovered backdoors in the system partition of budget Android device models that are counterfeit versions of famous brand-name models. These trojans target arbitrary code execution in the WhatsApp and WhatsApp Business messaging apps and can potentially be used in different attack scenarios. Among them is the interception of chats and the theft of the confidential information that could be found in them; this malware can also execute spam campaigns and various scam schemes. This, however, is not the only risk factor for users. The affected devices are claimed to have a modern and secure Android OS version installed on them. But, in reality, they are based on an obsolete version subject to multiple vulnerabilities.
22.08.2022 | Dr.Web products | Real-time threat news

New format of virus databases will accelerate anti-virus’s start and optimise memory consumption

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web is pleased to report on an important change that has been made to Dr.Web Security Space 12.0, Dr.Web Anti-virus 12.0, and Dr.Web Anti-virus 12.0 for Windows Servers: the company has developed a new format for its virus databases that makes the process of downloading them faster. Doctor Web's developers have been working on this important improvement for years.
19.08.2022 | Dr.Web products | Updates

Components updated in Dr.Web CureIt!

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated Dr.Web Scanning Engine, Dr.Web Anti-rootkit API, and the list of trusted certificates in Dr.Web CureIt!
16.08.2022 | Dr.Web products | Updates

Components updated in Dr.Web 12.0 for Windows, Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 12.0 and 13.0, and Dr.Web AV-Desk 13.0’s subscription-based Dr.Web Anti-virus

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated the components of multiple products. The update resolves known issues and delivers minor upgrades.
15.08.2022 | Dr.Web products | Updates

Anti-rootkit module updated in Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 12.0 and 13.0, and Dr.Web AV-Desk 13.0’s subscription-based Dr.Web Anti-virus software

Russian anti-vvirus company Doctor Web has updated the module Dr.Web Anti-rootkit API API 12.6.20.202206241 in Dr.Web anti-virus applications. The updated products include:
09.08.2022 | Dr.Web products | Updates

Doctor Web invites users to beta test its Dr.Web Anti-virus 11.1 for Linux with new extra features

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web is always hard at work improving its applications to meet current market demand. Every user can make their contribution to the development of anti-virus technologies by testing new versions of Dr.Web products.
08.08.2022 | Dr.Web products

Components updated in Dr.Web 12.0 for Windows, Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 12.0 and 13.0, and Dr.Web AV-Desk 13.0’s subscription-based Dr.Web Anti-virus software

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has introduced minor upgrades to further boost its applications' security.
03.08.2022 | Dr.Web products | Updates

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