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About anti-virus engine update in Dr.Web products with centralized management

27 апреля 2012 года

Doctor Web is pleased to announce an updated anti-virus engine for the Dr.Web Desktop Security Suite and Dr.Web Server Security Suite with centralized management option, which will be released on May 15, 2012. Server versions 6.0.2 and 6.0.3 will be updated automatically. Dr.Web Virus Finding Engine for versions prior to 6.0.2 will not be updated so Doctor Web strongly recommends installing a mandatory update of the server software for all users.

Dr.Web Virus Finding Engine 7.0 lets significantly increase the scanning speed. Besides, it features a dynamic memory allocation that operates depending on the system performance and applications running on Windows. The heuristic analyzer incorporated in the new engine can boast of the ScriptHeuristic technology, which enables search and analysis of threats in HTML and PDF documents. This technology makes it possible to extract and process hidden IFRAME elements, while the scanning against the virus databases is now performed taking into account the JavaScript syntax.

The Dr.Web Virus Finding Engine update will be released on May 15, 2012, and will be downloaded and installed automatically. Users of earlier versions of Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite servers should upgrade to version 6.0.3. Users of Dr.Web Enterprise Agent for Novell NetWare, Dr.Web Anti-virus for Linux, Dr.Web for UNIX file servers, Dr.Web for UNIX mail servers, Dr.Web for UNIX Internet gateways, Dr.Web for Novell Storage Services, Dr.Web for Mac OS X Server file servers, and Dr.Web Anti-virus for Mac OS X should also upgrade to the latest versions of the corresponding software products if they work in a centralized management mode, so as to avoid potential incompatibility problems.

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