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Components in Dr.Web 9.0 for Windows updated

January 15, 2014

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has released an update for Dr.Web Net Filtering Service (9.0.5.12170) and a number of language modules in version 9.0 of its products Dr.Web Security Space and Dr. Web anti-virus for Windows. The update delivers fixes of the following defects:

  • A traffic-filtering issue that could prevent communication via the ICQ protocol.
  • An issue when an FTP connection could be blocked if a multiline server greeting was being used.
  • A problem that made it impossible to install programs purchased from the Windows Store.
  • A defect involving an SSL connection between the Mail.ru Agent and Mail.ru servers.
  • An issue with Internet Explorer 10 involving search results not being displayed if the secure search option of the parental control was enabled.

In addition, minor tweaks were introduced in the Spanish, Polish, Latvian, Japanese and Estonian language modules.

The update will be performed automatically.

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