- Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated Dr.Web CureIt!?specifically,
the cureit-starter (220.127.116.11701230) and cureit-scanner (18.104.22.168701271) modules, Dr.Web Scanning Engine (22.214.171.124701260), and Dr.Web Anti-rootkit API (126.96.36.199702010).
The update resolves known issues and delivers upgrades.
A scanner issue that prevented the total number of files checked from being calculated correctly during boot sector scanning was resolved,
as was a problem that prevented the list of detected threats from being displayed correctly in full screen mode.
Furthermore, compatibility issues with 360 Total Security Essential software (if installed in a system) have been resolved.
- Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated the Windows version of its utility Dr.Web CureNet! 11.0.
The update delivers feature upgrades and fixes of known defects.
The upgrades include improved routines for updating via HTTPS and the new ability to send statistics before scanning on a remote host has been completed.
In addition, the update addresses an issue that might cause the process curesvc.exe to terminate abnormally after scanning while files were being deleted on Windows 10 machines.
Changes have been made to ensure that scanning can be started without errors on machines running Windows XP SP2.
An issue that prevented changed values from being saved for “Use custom network ports” and “Installation package” has also been resolved.
- Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated Dr.Web SelfPROtect (10.00.18.04260),
Dr.Web Anti-rootkit API (10.0.14.201604280),
Dr.Web Enterprise Agent for Windows setup (10.0.13.05060) and Dr.Web AV-Desk Agent for Windows setup (10.0.2.05060) in Dr.Web Anti-virus 10.0 for Windows Servers,
and Dr.Web Desktop Security Suite supporting centralised administration (part of Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 10.0) as well as in the Internet service Dr.Web AV-Desk 10.0 and the utility Dr.Web CureIt!
The update delivers a fix for an identified problem.
The component Dr.Web Security Space, Anti-virus for Windows setup (11.0.5.04220) has been updated in Dr.Web Security Space and in Dr.Web Anti-virus.
- Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has released the ninth version of its utility Dr.Web CureIt!, a product designed to scan and cure computers of viruses even if a different manufacturer’s anti-virus is already present in the system.
The new version boasts increased scanning speed and effectiveness.
Dr.Web CureIt! 9.0 incorporates state-of-the art technologies and innovations that are already available in Dr.Web anti-viruses for Windows.
These improve the product’s response against the latest threats.
- In particular, the ninth version features an upgraded anti-virus engine.
Yet, Dr.Web CureIt! no longer supports Windows 2000 and 2000 Server.
In addition, the enhanced protection mode has been discarded because as of now this feature is unnecessary.
- Doctor Web announced updating of its Dr.Web CureIt! utility designed to scan and cure computers of viruses, even those protected by anti-viruses from other vendors.
- The update delivers support of Windows 8.1. (also known as Windows Blue), which will be released shortly.
- Doctor Web is pleased to unveil the eighth version of its Dr.Web CureIt!, a utility designed to scan and cure computer viruses even when other anti-virus products are in use.
The new version provides faster and yet deeper scanning.
Dr.Web CureIt! 8.0 takes advantage of multi-thread scanning when tasks are divided between CPU cores and boasts significantly increased scanning speed.
This feature has already been implemented in Dr.Web products 7.0 and 8.0 for Windows.
It also includes a new anti-rootkit which is already available in Dr.Web Security Space and Dr.Web 7.0 and 8.0 for Windows.
In addition, in the custom scan mode users can choose to scan the memory, boot sectors, autorun objects and other objects separately.
Also added was the option to block access to the network during scanning, which helps prevent re-infection and malicious activities while the system is being checked for viruses.
Another option enables users to make Dr.Web CureIt! turn off the computer upon completion of scanning.
The stability has also improved significantly. Now it is virtually impossible for the utility to cause a system failure and bring up a BSOD (Blue Screen of Death).
The application is also able to scan PCs for BIOS kits.