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Components updated in Dr.Web 11.1 products for Unix-like systems

April 20, 2020

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated the drweb-maild (11.1.7-2004011721) and drweb-cgp-plugin (11.1.1-2004031042) modules in Dr.Web Anti-virus 11.1 for Linux and in Dr.Web Anti-virus 11.1 for Unix Mail Servers. Furthermore, this release also adds the new component drweb-gmime (11.1.0-2001231247) to these applications. The update delivers new features and resolves known issues.

The new module drweb-gmime reduces the applications' memory footprint when mail messages are being processed. Other changes introduced by the update:

  • The maximum message header length for conversion is now unlimited;
  • Message processing routines using the load_array function have been optimised;
  • An issue that could cause the module to terminate abnormally if rspamd was also being used has been eliminated;
  • Also eliminated was a reject action problem that could occur if Postfix 2.6.6 or earlier was being used;
  • All message header parameters are now processed correctly;
  • The option to rename attached files is now available.

Changes made to drweb-cgp-plugin:

  • Messages without CGP headers can now be processed;
  • Emails are now loaded in blocks to optimise memory usage;
  • The option to change the rspamd request timeout can make mail processing faster;
  • Asynchronous interaction with the rspamd module has been introduced;
  • The option to connect to maild via Unix socket is now available;
  • The -help command can now be used to view the plugin version.

The update is performed via the Dr.Web repository. If you encounter any problems when updating, please use the instructions from our previous news post to specify the additional repository for the Dr.Web software you use.

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