1 device / 1 year
1 PC/Mac + 1 mobile device for 1 year
with providers and via ISPs
A trap for players?
A mailbox is a box, not a safe
Your card is not as secure as you may think
Let your anti-virus supervise all operations
Recorded, controlled, secure
I didn't do anything—I just signed in!
Every 100th mobile phone
Cyber evil tracks you by your fingerprints!
Just in case: System recovery in Windows
Collecting mail garbage is a tough job!
How will you pay?
Humans make mistakes or where typos can take you
Searching for ethics in security research
When a presentation does more harm than good
Only an anti-virus can be trusted
Olé, Olé, Olé!
Left, right, march
Find out where they put what's yours before they're out the door!
Tricks with files
Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has released version 11 of its Dr.Web plugin for Microsoft ISA Server and Forefront TMG. The new version utilises architecture that was implemented in Dr.Web 11.0 for MS Exchange. The plugin boasts better stability.
Doctor Web presents its November 2016 overview of malware for mobile devices. November began with the discovery of the Trojan Android.MulDrop.924 on Google Play. It was designed to download software programs and then prompt users to install them. It could also display annoying advertisements. In addition, Doctor Web’s security researchers detected the Trojan Android.Spy.332.origin which covertly downloaded, installed, and removed applications, and sent user personal information to the command and control server.
Doctor Web is pleased to present its November 2016 virus activity review. During the past month, Doctor Web’s security researchers detected targeted attacks on companies producing construction cranes and registered a botnet attacking Russian bank websites.
The Dr.Web Anti-virus service has been added to Total!, the new service line MTS has introduced for its Belarusian subscribers. Now all users who opt for the Total! subscription package can protect their PCs and handhelds with the comprehensive anti-virus solution included in the Dr.Web Premium subscription package.
Doctor Web is pleased to offer its customers and partners a new training course devoted to the technical capabilities of the Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet service v.10, which facilitates the delivery of the Dr.Web Anti-virus and allows Dr.Web anti-viruses to be used on a subscription basis. The course describes all the actors and steps involved in the subscription delivery process: users, company and organization system administrators, service subscribers, and the system administrators within service supplier organizations. We invite you to make use of these new materials as you prepare to take our certification exams!
Doctor Web, the Russian developer of Dr.Web anti-virus software, is pleased to report that users in Spain’s San Pedro del Pinatar municipality can now subscribe to the Dr.Web Anti-virus service. Dr.Web’s cutting-edge technologies, which have proven themselves in the information security sector for the 24 years of the product’s development, will ensure that the municipality’s workstations involved in the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) delivery method are well protected. The Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet service has been deployed by Audidata Sistemas.
Malicious programs for specialty or so-called targeted attacks are detected quite rarely. In 2011, Doctor Web published a news article about the Trojan BackDoor.Dande, which was designed to steal information from drugstores and pharmaceutical companies. Four years later, Doctor Web specialists found BackDoor.Hser.1, which was intended for use against defense companies. This month, they discovered a new backdoor that targets Russian companies engaged in the production of construction cranes.
The investigation of virus-related computer incidents
Free decryption is only available to users who have valid commercial licenses for Dr.Web Security Space and Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite. In most cases, decryption is IMPOSSIBLE. Find out more here.
Use the Data Loss Prevention feature in Dr.Web Security Space to protect your files from encryption ransomware.
Free Dr.Web utilities to help customers waging war against malware to decrypt data, unlock Windows and perform other emergency tasks.
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