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Components updated in Dr.Web 10.0 products for Windows and in Dr.Web 9.0 for MS Exchange

March 23, 2015

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated the Dr.Web Control Service (10.0.6.03180), SpIDer Agent for Windows (10.0.6.201503170), Dr.Web Net filtering Service (10.0.4.03131), Dr.Web Anti-rootkit API (10.0.4.201503160), Dr.Web Scanning Engine (10.0.4.201502270), Dr.Web Updater (10.0.5.02270), Dr.Web SysInfo (10.0.2.201503180), Dr.Web Protection for Windows (10.00.07.03110), Dr.Web Net Filter for Windows (10.0.1.0224) and the language modules in the products Dr.Web Security Space and Dr.Web Anti-virus 10.0, Dr.Web Anti-virus 10.0 for Windows Servers, Dr.Web 9.0 for MS Exchange and Dr.Web Desktop Security Suite which supports centralised administration (part of Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 10.0). The update resolves known issues.

The following changes have been introduced to Dr.Web Security Space, Dr.Web Anti-virus, Dr.Web Desktop Security Suite and Dr.Web Anti-virus 10.0 for Windows Servers:

  • In the Dr.Web Control Center, the way of handling permissions to restart the system after critical anti-virus updates have been applied has been altered: a system reboot can no longer be initiated under a standard user account.
  • A SpIDer Agent for Windows issue involving anti-virus network notifications has been resolved.
  • A host of Dr.Web Net filtering Service defects have been corrected:
    - The cause of some XML files transferred via FTP becoming corrupted has been eliminated;
    - A defect resulting in the contents of emails being damaged during processing by Microsoft Outlook (while MDaemon Outlook Connector is installed in the system) has been corrected;
    - The cause of the component’s abnormal termination at system start-up has been eliminated.
  • Dr.Web Anti-rootkit API errors causing the module to fail while files are being scanned have been eliminated.
  • Changes made to the Dr.Web Scanning Engine include the following:
    - RAM consumption during anti-rootkit scanning has been reduced;
    - The RAM scanning routine has been upgraded;
    - A memory leak issue has been resolved.
  • An update mirror defect in Dr.Web Updater has been corrected.
  • The Dr.Web SysInfo routine for collecting information on operating system and Dr.Web software activities has been upgraded.
  • The following changes have been made to the component Dr.Web Protection for Windows:
    - The system for protecting Dr.Web processes has been improved;
    - Routines for detecting Trojan.Inject malware have been enhanced;
    - An issue involving the BSOD appearing while playing Lineage 2 has been eliminated.
  • Dr.Web Net Filter for Windows issues involving the operation of WinRT applications have been resolved.
  • Also corrected were translation errors.

The following changes have been introduced to Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite:

  • In the Dr.Web Control Service:
    - An issue involving incorrect information being transmitted about the removal of the anti-spam plugin has been resolved;
    - The way of handling permissions to perform a system restart after critical anti-virus updates have been applied has been altered: a system reboot can no longer be initiated under a standard user account;
    - A task scheduler timer issue that prevented tasks from being performed in a timely manner has been resolved.
  • Some routines in SpIDer Agent for Windows have been redesigned.
  • A host of Dr.Web Net filtering Service defects have also been corrected:
    - The cause of some XML files transferred via FTP becoming corrupted has been eliminated;
    - A defect resulting in the contents of emails being damaged during processing by Microsoft Outlook (while MDaemon Outlook Connector is installed in the system) has been corrected;
    - The cause of the component’s abnormal termination at system start-up has been eliminated.
  • Dr.Web Anti-rootkit API errors causing the module to fail while files are being scanned have been fixed.
  • Changes made to Dr.Web Scanning Engine include the following:
    - RAM consumption during anti-rootkit scanning has been reduced;
    - The RAM scanning routine has been upgraded;
    - A memory leak issue has been resolved.
  • An update mirror defect in Dr.Web Updater has been corrected.
  • The Dr.Web SysInfo routine for collecting information on operating system and Dr.Web software activities has been upgraded.
  • Changes made to the component Dr.Web Protection for Windows include the following:
    - The system for protecting Dr.Web processes has been improved;
    - Routines for detecting Trojan.Inject malware have been enhanced;
    - An operational defect resulting in system crashes has been corrected;
    - An issue involving the BSOD appearing while playing Lineage 2 has been eliminated; - An error resulting in Windows Server 2003 system time changes not being blocked has been corrected.
  • Dr.Web Net Filter for Windows issues involving the operation of WinRT applications have been resolved.
  • Also corrected were translation errors.

Changes made to Dr.Web 9.0 for MS Exchange include the following:

  • Dr.Web Anti-rootkit API defects causing the component to terminate abnormally during file scanning have been corrected.
  • A memory leak issue in Dr.Web Scanning Engine has been resolved.
  • Some routines in Dr.Web Updater have been upgraded.

The update will be performed automatically; however, a system reboot will be required.

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