April 19, 2012
In particular, when searching for rootkits, the scanner now takes into account user-defined exceptions. The list of files and directories created by the user for a custom scan can be cleared with a single click, and in the scanner’s dialogue box, it’s now possible to select multiple items to add to the list of those items to be scanned. The Dr.Web Anti-rootkit Service component has improved procedures for finding and neutralizing active threats and features a faster anti-rootkit scanning speed. A scanning issue that arose when a target object path string contained diacritical marks and non-Latin characters has been resolved. Minor errors found in the components have been corrected.
The update will be automatically downloaded by the anti-viruses, but applying the update will require a system reboot.
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