February 13, 2012
Both individual users and entire groups can now defer payment for the Dr.Web Anti-virus service. In this case, an SCC administrator may limit the amount of credit: if the limit is exceeded, the user's (or the entire group's) subscription will be suspended.
External interfaces now include new parameters associated with the use of the Internet service on a credit basis.
Also, the subscription selection interface has been improved in the version for legal entities. Please remember that Dr.Web Anti-virus service corporate users can choose between three subscription packages—Dr.Web Classic, Dr.Web Standard, and Dr.Web Premium—each of which includes, among its many features, the ability to protect server operating systems.
In addition, we have added Lithuanian, Spanish, and Italian to those locales included in the public part of the SCC, and fixed some bugs.
Providers can obtain the updated SCC by uninstalling its previous version, and then installing version 6.0.2.
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