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Agent software updated in Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 12.0

December 12, 2019

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated a number of modules and components in the agent software (part of its Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 12.0) The updated components include Dr.Web Device Guard for Windows (12.05.00.10250) Dr.Web Protection for Windows (12.05.02.10250), amsi-client (12.5.0.201911210), Dr.Web Firewall for Windows (12.05.01.11150), Dr.Web Control Service (12.5.2.11050), Dr.Web Enterprise Agent for Windows setup (12.5.2.12110), ES Service (12.5.2.12050), SpIDer Agent for Windows (12.0.8.10110), Dr.Web Anti-rootkit API (12.5.5.201912090) and the configuration scripts Lua-script main (12.5.2.10140), Lua-script for spider-agent (12.5.0.10140), Lua-Updater (12.0.16.10070) and Lua-script for es-service (12.5.0.11280). The update resolves known issues and delivers minor upgrades.

Changes made to amsi-client:

  • An issue that could cause a process running the AMSI-client code to terminate abnormally has been resolved.
Changes made to Dr.Web Firewall for Windows:
  • A problem causing the module to terminate abnormally while the Dr.Web Firewall Service was being started on computers running Windows XP SP2 has been fixed.

Dr.Web Control Service:

  • An issue preventing file owner information from being transmitted to the server while scanning the host with Dr.Web Scanner SE has been resolved.
  • The option to block network access while a host is being scanned (if the scan is initiated via the Control Center) now works properly.
  • Issues preventing sysinfo reports from being generated when no Temp directory is found in the Windows folder have been resolved.
Changes made to Dr.Web Enterprise Agent for Windows setup:
  • Agent removal issues have been addressed. The DEINSTALLED signal is now transmitted to the server without errors;
  • Product recovery problems have been fixed.

Changes made to the ES Service:

  • An issue causing incorrect scanner run time to be transmitted to the server has been resolved;
  • The file size limit for multicast updates has been removed;
  • An issue causing incorrect move time for quarantined files to be sent to the server has been resolved;
  • Also resolved was an issue preventing the agent from switching to another server after access to a higher priority server has been denied;
  • Application control issues have been addressed;
  • Also resolved was an issue preventing the USERLOGON signal from being sent to the server.
  • A problem preventing the server from displaying correct information about agent components has been fixed;
  • Information about code 21 events is no longer transmitted to the server as the data about preventive protection incidents;
  • Also resolved was an issue involving incorrect agent status information in the Control Center.

Changes made to the Dr.Web SpIDer Agent for Windows:

  • The firewall rule list now loads faster. A notification icon is displayed while the table content loads.
  • Language module and install-notifier.exe version information is now displayed in the About window;
  • The repository update in progress notification is now available for the server.
  • An issue preventing application control notifications from being displayed correctly has been resolved.

Changes made to Lua-script main and Lua-script for spider-agent:

  • The SpIDer Agent item in the Start menu has been changed to Security Center.

Changes made to Lua-script for es-service:

  • ES Service exceptions are now applied to all Windows Firewall profiles.

The update will be performed automatically; however, a system reboot will be required.

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