December 18, 2008
Doctor Web — the Russian developer of IT security tools — releases Dr.Web Security Space.
Dr.Web Security Space (Windows Vista/2000/XP) features all components required to provide comprehensive protection of a computer against Internet-threats: viruses, rootkits, mail worms, hack-tools, spam, phishing messages, infected web-pages and cyber crimes targeting children.
New features of Dr.Web Security Space
- SpIDer Gate™ HTTP monitor
SpIDer Gate™ protects against malware attempting to get into a system via HTTP. It intercepts all HTTP-connections, filters all data received from the Internet — files, applets, scripts, — blocks access to infected web-pages and dangerous web-resources. It is compatible with all known web-browsers. The filtering doesn’t increase traffic or slow performance of the system and web-surfing.
- Dr.Web parental control
Dr.Web parental control It will protect your children against unwanted web-resources and shield them from contacts with cyber-criminals. It can also disable usage of removable data storage devices, block access to network devices and files and folders so your personal information won’t be deleted occasionally or compromised by a third party.
Low-cost upgrade to Dr.Web Security Space
Starting December 18, 2008 users of Dr.Web for Windows. Anti-virus&Anti-spam shall be able to upgrade to Dr.Web Security Space free of charge. Download the distribution file and copy your current key file used to run Dr.Web for Windows into the installation directory.
Users of Dr.Web anti-virus for Windows can upgrade to Dr.Web Security Space at the price of renewal.
If you choose to upgrade to Dr.Web Security Space, a new license period will be added to the current one, so you will be able to use new features of Dr.Web Security Space right after you register the renewal license.
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