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Dr.Web for Android TV heralds era of security for Internet of Things

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has released its latest product Dr.Web Security Space for Android which is designed to protect all Android devices—including Android TV-powered televisions, media players, and consoles—from potential threats. With the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT) era, it's not only PCs and smart phones that are at risk of getting infected and, therefore, require anti-virus protection. The new application supersedes the product Dr.Web for Android which provides comprehensive protection.


Banking Trojans for Android, dangerous downloader programs, and other mobile security events of June 2015

Doctor Web presents its June 2015 overview of malware for Android devices. During the previous month, cybercriminals paid special attention to Android devices' users. In particular, they proved to be rather active in distributing various banking Trojans designed to steal money from victims' bank accounts. Moreover, in June, a large number of new SMS Trojans, locker ransomware, and dangerous downloader programs for Android were detected by Doctor Web security researchers.


New mass-mailing Trojan, installer of applications for OS X, and other virus events of June 2015

Doctor Web presents its June 2015 virus activity review. During this month, entries for new malware targeting Windows, OS X, and Android were added to Dr.Web virus databases.


Dr.Web Mobile Control Center for iOS updated to version 10.2.0

Doctor Web has updated its Dr.Web Mobile Control Center for iOS to version 10.2.0. This application allows a Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite anti-virus network to be administered from Apple handhelds. The update fixes known defects and delivers new features.


Dr.Web Mobile Control Center or Android released

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has released Dr.Web Mobile Control Center 10.0 for Android. The application allows an anti-virus network based on Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite or Dr.Web AV-Desk to be managed from an Android handheld device.


Dr.Web AV-Desk 10.0 Internet service released

Doctor Web has released version 10.0 of the Internet service Dr.Web AV-Desk. The massive improvements made to the product affect both the server software and the agent software that is used by Dr.Web Anti-virus service subscribers, and have made the Service more efficient and more usable for users, including corporate customers.


Adware for OS X distributes Trojans

Lately, reports about distribution of new malicious and potentially dangerous programs for OS X have been emerging with great frequency. Doctor Web security researches have registered a growing number of various adware and installers for Apple computers, which is related, to a large extent, to appearance of new affiliate programs aimed at OS X users. It is one of such programs that has been used by cybercriminals to spread Trojans of the Trojan.Crossrider family.


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