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Test Dr.Web products with updated file monitor

September 15, 2009

The Russian anti-virus vendor Doctor Web launched beta-testing of its Dr.Web products featuring updated SpIDer Guard file monitor. The resident protection module has undergone significant changes and now supports x32 as well as x64 platforms.

The resident protection module provides real-time monitoring of file operations and activities of all running processes, instant interception of all file events and their blocking upon detection of malicious actions.

The new mini-filter technology improves compatibility of SpIDer Guard with operating systems and third-party applications.

The improved interaction between SpIDer Guard and the anti-virus engine contributed to increased scanning efficiency and more stable operation of the file monitor with a number of operational errors reduced to a minimum.

Besides, configuring the file monitor with the agent graphical interface has become much easier.

Doctor Web welcomes all users willing to participate in testing of Dr.Web products enhanced by the updated file monitor.

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