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A door key as an anachronism
A website as the weakest link
Malicious activities “given a green light”
Make it a habit to verify, verify, verify
An anti-virus is a complex organism
Speak no words, say no lies
More Androids, less security
Thank you for your purchase? - 2
Thank you for your purchase?
Your gullibility can cost you
Run, Android, run!
Know your enemy
You can't put the computer virus genie back in the bottle
Crime is served. Enjoy!
The best password is “qwerty”!
The case of firmware
Watch your mouse
Could backups be the ultimate security solution?
Doctor Web has made it simpler for authorised Dr.Web community members to access the company’s training system. To log into the “Training Portal”, users no longer have to create a separate account and then link it with their account on the website. Login is now possible using a drweb.com account. Training and certification have become even more accessible!
Doctor Web presents its June 2016 overview of malware for mobile devices. In the past month, Doctor Web security researchers detected several malicious applications on Google Play store. One of them was designed to load suspicious websites in order to get users’ mobile phone number and subscribe them to chargeable services; and the other—to steal login credentials for VK user profiles.
Doctor Web presents its June 2016 virus activity review. The first summer month was marked by the emergence of a Trojan targeting 1C accounting software that infects computers with a dangerous ransomware. Besides, our specialists registered the spread of another Trojan designed to spy on users of accounting programs. In addition, a new banking Trojan and a fileless adware were detected this month.
Doctor Web has released Subscription Control Center (SCC) 10.1 for its Internet service Dr.Web AV-Desk. The updated version offers new features for resellers and Dr.Web anti-virus service subscribers and delivers fixes for known defects.
Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web announces the deployment of the Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet security service by the Baltics’ leading telecom operator and IT provider—Lattelecom. Now that company's business customers who use virtual resources and cloud solutions can subscribe to the Dr.Web Anti-virus service, making it possible for many companies in three countries to enjoy reliable computer network information security.
Doctor Web is pleased to announce the first deployment of the Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet service in South Asia— in South Asia. Now in Sri Lanka. Lanka Bell will provide the service—a leading corporate that provides a wide range of telecommunication services to residential and business customers throughout the country.
Some of modern Trojans are complex multicomponent malicious programs that can perform a wide variety of functions. In this paper, we are going to focus on a dropper Trojan which was named Trojan.MulDrop6.44482, whose sample was kindly provided by Yandex. This malware is intended to spread other malicious programs including a dangerous spyware designed to attack accounting departments of Russian companies.
Although Google Play is still considered to be the most secure Android app store, from time to time, attackers try to spoil its reputation by spreading their malicious programs via this catalog. One of such programs is Android.Valeriy.1.origin detected by Doctor Web specialists. This Trojan is intended to distribute malware and to subscribe users to various chargeable services, making money on victims’ carelessness.
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.
Add Dr.Web to your emergency aid kit!