September 23, 2015
- A Dr.Web for Microsoft Outlook issue corrupting headers of opened emails;
- A Dr.Web Net filtering service defect that prevented third-level domains from being excluded from scanning even though they were on the SpIDer Gate HTTP monitor’s whitelist; A defect that prevented the IMAP traffic of the Windows 10 mail application from being scanned properly;
- In Dr.Web Desktop Security Suite, which supports centralised administration, and in Dr.Web AV-Desk software for Dr.Web anti-virus service subscribers, an issue involving incorrect statistics being sent about malicious objects belonging to the Suspicious group.
The Dr.Web Anti-virus service software and the other Dr.Web applications listed above will be updated automatically, but a system reboot will be required.
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