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Federal Service for Technical and Export Control extends Doctor Web's license

October 11, 2013

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has had its license renewed by Russia’s Federal Service for Technical and Export Control (FSTEC) to design and develop information security solutions until August 10, 2018.


This license, obtained due to the expiry of the previous FSTEC license, covers the design, production, sales, installation, assembly, configuration, testing, repair and maintenance of articles of the following types:

  • Information protection devices,
  • Protected data-processing devices,
  • Devices monitoring the effectiveness of information security measures,
  • Data protection software,
  • Protected software (and appliances) for data processing.

The complete list of licenses and certificates held by Doctor Web can be found here.

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