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Components updated in Dr.Web 10.0 for Windows, Dr.Web 10.0 for MS Exchange, and Dr.Web 10.0 for IBM Lotus Domino

August 5, 2015

Doctor Web has updated the Dr.Web SelfPROtect (0.00.11.08040) and Dr.Web Anti-rootkit API (10.0.10.201508040) modules in its products Dr.Web Security Space and Dr.Web Anti-virus 10.0, Dr.Web 10.0 for Windows Servers, and Dr.Web Desktop Security Suite supporting centralised administration (part of Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite), as well as in the Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet service. The anti-rootkit API has also been updated in Dr.Web 10.0 for MS Exchange, and Dr.Web 10.0 for IBM Lotus Domino. The update delivers fixes of the following defects:

A Dr.Web SelfPROtect issue pertaining to Dr.Web Security Space, Dr.Web Anti-virus, Dr.Web Desktop Security Suite and Dr.Web AV-Desk for Dr.Web Anti-virus service subscribers, and involving the abnormal termination of the self-protection driver—an issue that could cause a system crash while Windows 10 was booting up or shutting down—has been eliminated Minor issues that arose under earlier versions of Windows after an update was released on August 3, 2015 have been resolved.

The Dr.Web Anti-virus service software, as well as the other Dr.Web applications listed above, will be updated automatically, but a system reboot will be required.

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