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Dr.Web products win SKD AWARDS prizes

January 25, 2024

Dr.Web products have received SKD AWARDS honours, which since 2013, have been bestowed upon the most outstanding products among those tested and certified by SKD Labs. Dr.Web Security Space for Windows was recognised as best product in the “Personal Computer Security” category, and Dr.Web Mobile Engine SDK earned top honours in the “Anti-virus engine” category.

Through rigorous testing that simulates real-life scenarios, SKD Labs evaluates and reviews the features of applications and how well they perform and maintain security.

Dr.Web Security Space for Windows received the SKD AWARDS prize for the second year in a row. The repeated recognition by SKD Labs’ experts once again confirms that Dr.Web meets both the world’s highest security standards and user demands and is constantly evolving to respond to new challenges.

Doctor Web put Dr.Web Mobile Engine SDK on the market relatively recently, and we are proud that this set of anti-virus technologies has already won an award.

With Dr.Web Mobile Engine SDK, Doctor Web’s anti-virus technologies can be integrated into Android apps to provide reliable protection from both known and brand-new threats. The anti-virus security features are integrated into C, C++ and Java development projects. The module has already been successfully incorporated into a number of our partners’ apps.

Doctor Web is open for collaboration and ready to assist any company wanting to use Dr.Web Mobile Engine SDK in its projects.. We will provide you with all the information you need to successfully integrate the module into your solution.

You can find out more about Dr.Web Mobile Engine and other Doctor Web technologies here. Feel free to contact us to discuss how you can use Dr.Web in your projects.



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