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08.12

Dr.Web Anti-virus for Android updated to version 9.02.0

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated its Dr.Web Anti-virus for Android to version 9.02.0. Starting with this update, upgrades and enhancements for the product will only be available for Android 4.0 and higher, while the Dr.Web anti-virus for earlier versions of the OS (no firewall) will only have identified errors fixed.

08.12

Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 10.0 updated

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 10.0. This update gives Dr.Web business suite users access to components that are already available in the state-of-the-art version of Dr.Web for Windows home products. The program's look and feel has been revamped to make it sleeker and more user-friendly. With its significantly simplified configuration, the solution can now be administered with utmost speed and completely transparently.

04.12

Another banking Trojan targets South Korea

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web is warning users about a new Trojan that has Android handheld owners in South Korea under attack. This malicious program entered the Dr.Web virus database as Android.BankBot.35.origin. With a wide array of features that enable it to fake online banking applications, send and block short messages on command, steal confidential information, and download additional modules to enhance its payload, this malware poses a severe threat.

20.05

6.2.4 for Dr.Web AV-Desk updated

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated the Subscription Control Center (SCC) of its Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet service to version 6.2.4.

27.01

Subscription Control Center 6.2 for Dr.Web AV-Desk updated

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated the Subscription Control Center (SCC) of the Internet service Dr.Web AV-Desk to version 6.2.3.

19.11

Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet service updated to version 6.2.

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated its Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet service to version 6.2. Now subscribers to the Dr.Web Anti-virus service can also protect their devices running Mac OS X. In addition, the update resolves known defects in the service software.

04.12

Another banking Trojan targets South Korea

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web is warning users about a new Trojan that has Android handheld owners in South Korea under attack. This malicious program entered the Dr.Web virus database as Android.BankBot.35.origin. With a wide array of features that enable it to fake online banking applications, send and block short messages on command, steal confidential information, and download additional modules to enhance its payload, this malware poses a severe threat.

26.11

Android malware steals money and confidential information

Doctor Web security researchers have been investigating a new malicious program that infects Android-powered smart phones and tablets. Registered in the virus database as Android.BankBot.34.origin, the program can steal personal information from infected devices and money from bank and mobile accounts associated with those devices.

20.11

New Linux malware plays ping pong with its C&C server

Doctor Web security researchers have examined a dangerous malicious program for Linux. Added into the database under the name Linux.BackDoor.Fgt.1, the malware is designed to mount DDoS attacks.

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