October 14, 2015
Threat detection and neutralisation routines have been upgraded and optimised for both applications. The company has eliminated numerous issues involving moving files to the quarantine and restoring them from there to their original location when using a removable memory card operating under Android 4.4 and later. Defects that could occur when updating the virus databases have also been corrected.
Malware discovered in the system area can now be deleted. However, this feature is only available in Dr.Web Security Space for Android if root access is available on the device. The program received two more upgrades: it can now detect OpenSSLX509Certificate and Stagefright vulnerabilities, and domain names in various languages are now displayed properly in the firewall log.
The updated applications are available at Google Play (Dr.Web Security Space for Android, Dr.Web Security Space for Android. Life License, and Dr.Web Anti-virusLight) and on Doctor Web's site.
The update will be downloaded and installed automatically. If you’ve disabled automatic updating on your device, go to Google Play, select Dr.Web Security Space, Dr.Web Security Space Life license or Dr.Web Anti-virus Light on the application list, and click "Update”.
To perform an update via Doctor Web's site, download the updated distribution. If you enable the settings option “New application version”, a new version notification will be displayed whenever the virus databases have been updated. You can start the download directly from this dialogue box.
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