February 11, 2015
Upgrades made to the anti-rootkit API, control service, and the self-protection module ensure that all the above listed anti-viruses can better detectTrojan.Encoder programs.
A number of adjustments have been made to the Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite control service. In particular, the update resolves issues involving hosts being unable to reconnect to the new Control Center once the server address and agent password have been changed. A defect involving scheduled scans starting at the wrong time has also been corrected. The scanning feature that enables users to limit consumption of system resources now works properly. Also fixed was an issue involving multiple executions of a task scheduled to occur one time. Furthermore, now, if the network interface status changes, the agent will reconnect to the Control Center automatically.
If a database update revision has been changed, the Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite updating module no longer fails to download files.
Numerous changes have also been made to Dr.Web Enterprise Agent for Windows. Now, if issues emerge while the self-protection driver is in operation, the agent will uninstall properly. The update corrects a defect occurring during the creation of a Dr.Web Scanner shortcut on the desktop, and in the Start menu during agent installation. Also eliminated was an issue involving the agent appearing on the list of installed programs after installation via command prompt.
The update will be performed automatically; however, a system reboot will be required.
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