Doctor Web — the Russian anti-virus vendor — releases a new version of Dr.Web LiveCD featuring the Dr.Web anti-virus engine 5.0.
Dr.Web LiveCD is an anti-virus emergency disk that can restore a system rendered non-bootable by malware. The anti-virus works with server and workstation operating systems both Linux and Windows.
Read more about the Dr.Web LiveCD at our web-site freedrweb.com.
The new version of Dr.Web LiveCD features the updated anti-virus engine and virus databases Dr.Web 5.0, that significantly improves detection and speed of scanning. This version of Dr.Web LiveCD provides users with the following features:
- version 5.0 of the scanner for Unix systems with improved functionality is used to scan hard drives and removable data storage devices;
- the simple GUI-based network configuration manager allows even inexperienced users to establish a connection to the Internet for update of the virus databases in a few seconds;
- A LiveUSB that can be created with a press of one key provides a user with the same functionality in case a CD drive of an infected machine is not operational for some reason.
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