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Dr.Web emergency recovery products updated

November 1, 2012

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated its emergency recovery tools Dr.Web LiveCD and Dr.Web LiveUSB to version 6.0.2. The products incorporate an entire set of new features.

After booting up, users can edit the Windows Registry, whose branches and keys are available as files and directories, and make use of a utility that automatically fixes the Registry after it has been modified by malware.

The updated products also boast multi-thread scanning that speeds up a system check significantly. Boot sector are scanned too.

In the start menu, you can also choose between English and Russian interface languages.

Dr.Web LiveCD and Dr.Web LiveUSB are available for free download on Doctor Web’s site.

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