January 21, 2016
Dr.Web Anti-virus 11.0 for Windows Servers incorporates an exploit-protection system that prevents viruses from using software vulnerabilities when trying to take over an operating system. Now users have the ability to fine-tune the Preventive Protection included in the product, which enables them to control access to objects for trusted applications and thus avoid system conflicts. In addition, the Preventive Protection settings now include the option to create profiles.
Dr.Web Scanning Engine routines have been optimised to ensure that possible threats are detected faster.
Dr.Web Scanner SE’s graphical user interface (GUI) has been completely redesigned—settings for the scanner are now included in with the general anti-virus settings, making it easier to manage.
The anti-virus components and the virus databases are now updated via HTTPS.
Dr.Web 11.0 for Windows Servers now includes a system for collecting and storing statistics related to the anti-virus’s activities—at any time the user can view all the events involving a selected component. Email notifications about anti-virus events provide more information and are easier to read.
New Quarantine Manager administrative features ensure that quarantined objects are rescanned and backups are displayed, allowing users to restore deleted or cured files, if necessary.
The new Dr.Web HyperVisor component, which runs on the lowest system level, greatly enhances threat detection and neutralisation and guarantees that all malware attempts (including malware that has yet to be discovered) to infiltrate the protected system or disrupt Dr.Web's operation will be thwarted.
The installer GUI has been completely redesigned to simplify the installation process. Now the user can install the product with just two clicks.
Managing whitelists of blocked devices is easier than ever: you can configure permissions for specific users or groups. Two access modes are now available for devices with a file system: ‘Allow all’ and ‘Read-only’.
Updating the Dr.Web Control Service and the SpIDer Agent for Windows component no longer requires a restart.
A separate pop-up notification about the need to restart the system after threats have been neutralised has been added; it is only displayed after the neutralisation of complex threats that can’t be removed unless the system is rebooted. A blocked device notification has been added to the settings for the option to block the use of specific devices.
To upgrade to version 11.0, run the new installer on a computer that already has Dr.Web Anti-virus for Windows Servers installed on it.
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