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Components updated in Dr.Web 9.1 for Windows, Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 10.0 and Dr.Web for MS Exchange 9.1

October 30, 2014

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated Dr.Web Anti-rootkit API (, the SelfPROtect module (, the firewall ( Dr.Web Net filtering service (, Dr.Web Updater ( and the configuration scripts ( in the products Dr.Web Security Space and Dr.Web Anti-virus 9.1, and also in Dr.Web Desktop Security Suite which supports centralised administration (it is part of the Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 10.0 product group). In addition, the updated Dr.Web Updater is included in Dr.Web for MS Exchange 9.1. Dr.Web Enterprise Agent for Windows setup ( has also been updated in Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite. The update delivers fixes of the following defects:

An issue resulting in the abnormal termination of the Anti-rootkit API during the neutralisation of active threats; Causes of possible memory leaks in Dr.Web Anti-rootkit API and the SelfPROtect module;

A firewall issue involving the selection of items on the application rules list;

A Dr.Web NetFiltering Service issue involving log files not being truncated when switching to the info logging level;

Dr.Web Enterprise Agent for Windows setup issues that involve switching from the standalone mode to the enterprise server mode.

Dr.Web Security Space, Dr.Web Anti-virus, and Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite will be updated automatically. However, a system restart will be required.

Dr.Web for MS Exchange will be updated automatically.

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