July 20, 2021
Thanks to the changes introduced into the anti-rootkit module, the operating system can now boot up faster on protected PCs. Previously, in certain situations, booting up Dr.Web-protected computers might take longer.
Furthermore, Preventive Protection routines have been upgraded.
The update delivers minor tweaks and upgrades and will be downloaded and installed automatically.
Dr.Web Anti-rootkit API facilitates the detection and neutralisation of rootkits. Dr.Web Scanning Engine and the control service use this module to ensure that malicious code cannot be injected into running processes and to prevent encryption ransomware from being launched in the protected system.
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