September 16, 2014
SpIDer Agent for Windows now notifies users whether the virus databases in computers running under Windows Vista and later are out of date. Previously, the virus database status was only displayed in the Windows support centre. The update also resolves an issue that could result in false alerts being issued about the failure to launch certain Dr.Web components after Windows startup.
A Dr.Web updater defect that could interfere with the removal of Dr.Web has also been corrected.
The launching of SpIDer Agent for Windows during installation has been disabled to avoid an early system restart prompt.
The update also delivers monitor tweaks to Help in French and German.
The update will be performed automatically; however, a system reboot will be required.
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