May 19, 2014
The UI of Dr.Web Anti-virus for Linux has been completely redesigned. Now configuring the anti-virus is much easier.
The anti-virus now takes advantage of multi-thread scanning which significantly improves scanner performance in multi-core systems.
All the components have been redesigned to reduce CPU workload and memory usage. Significant changes made to the SpIDer Gate™ file monitor have resulted in improved reliability and performance.
A console utility that supports a large variety of options has been added.
The anti-virus can now scan running processes and neutralise active threats.
It should be noted that users no longer need to register to acquire a 30-day trial license.
Users of Dr.Web Anti-virus for Linux must use the updated distribution to install the program.
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