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Doctor Web ends support for its 4.33 products on July 1, 2009

June 1, 2009

The Russian anti-virus vendor Doctor Web ends support for its products based on the 4.33 anti-virus engine on July 1, 2009. All customers using 4.33 solutions are recommended to switch to later versions of Dr.Web anti-virus software.

On July 1 2009 Doctor Web will cease to support single-user and corporate Dr.Web 4.33 solutions and stop releasing corresponding updates of virus databases and program modules.

All users of Dr.Web software 4.33 are recommended to change for newer versions of Dr.Web anti-viruses prior to the specified date.

Customers that have Dr.Web software licenses can upgrade for newer versions free of charge. The licenses can be used with later versions of anti-viruses as long as they are valid.

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