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Dr.Web 13.0 for Windows PCs can now update its virus databases via Control Center version 12

January 25, 2023

Dr.Web 12.0 for Windows PCs (with centralized administration supported) has been updated to address an identified software issue.

Specifically, the update eliminates a defect preventing Dr.Web 13.0 for Windows PCs from connecting to Control Center version 12 in order to update its virus databases.

The update will be downloaded and installed automatically.

Corporate Dr.Web software for Windows PCs (part of Dr.Web Desktop Security Suite) maintains anti-virus security in the system memory and on hard drives and removable media to provide reliable protection from all types of threats, including trojans, rootkits, spyware, adware and hacking tools. Our anti-virus for PCs supports a wide range of operating system versions—from Windows XP to the latest Windows 11. In centralized administration mode, an administrator can configure Dr.Web and respond to information security incidents on protected computers from a single location.

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