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Dr.Web Security Space for Windows, OS X, Linux

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Kills active threats and new attacks

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News

25.05

Doctor Web examines multi-component Trojan for Linux

Malicious programs for Linux are not as widespread as Windows Trojans. Nevertheless, they pose a serious threat to users. Doctor Web specialists have examined a complex multi-component Trojan that infects Linux devices possessing various hardware architectures.

17.05

Doctor Web publishes preliminary description of WannaCry Trojan

On Friday, May 12, a myriad of computers all over the world were infected with a dangerous worm known as WannaCry. Doctor Web specialists are still examining this malware but are ready to share some of the results of their research.

17.05

Dr.Web in the country of tulips

Doctor Web, the Russian developer of Dr.Web anti-virus software, is pleased to announce that the Dr.Web Anti-virus service is now available from Selectron-IT, a Netherlands-based company.

Dr.Web AV-Desk

17.05

Dr.Web in the country of tulips

Doctor Web, the Russian developer of Dr.Web anti-virus software, is pleased to announce that the Dr.Web Anti-virus service is now available from Selectron-IT, a Netherlands-based company.

14.04

Dr.Web Anti-virus service now available to users in Japan’s Shimane Prefecture

Doctor Web is pleased to announce the deployment of the Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet service by Japanese company MC Security: 3,000 customers of hundreds of enterprises located in the Shimane Prefecture can now take advantage of the Dr.Web Anti-virus service.

27.02

Doctor Web and ActiveCloud partnership brings the Dr.Web anti-virus service to corporate customers

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web and cloud hosting provider ActiveCloud have collaborated to make the Dr.Web anti-virus service available to ActiveCloud’s corporate customers. The service allows them to use the Dr.Web anti-virus on a monthly subscription basis. This newly available option lets companies establish effective protection for their IT infrastructures at low cost and enjoy the ability to flexibly configure and centrally administer the anti-virus software.

Viruses

25.05

Doctor Web examines multi-component Trojan for Linux

Malicious programs for Linux are not as widespread as Windows Trojans. Nevertheless, they pose a serious threat to users. Doctor Web specialists have examined a complex multi-component Trojan that infects Linux devices possessing various hardware architectures.

17.05

Doctor Web publishes preliminary description of WannaCry Trojan

On Friday, May 12, a myriad of computers all over the world were infected with a dangerous worm known as WannaCry. Doctor Web specialists are still examining this malware but are ready to share some of the results of their research.

15.05

Doctor Web: Our users didn’t fall victim to the WannaCry encoder

On Friday, May 12, computers throughout the world were attacked by Trojan.Encoder.11432, which is also known as WannaCry, WannaCryptor, WanaCrypt0r, WCrypt, WCRY and WNCRY. The victims were government and commercial organizations and private individuals. Users of Dr.Web software have been and remain safe.

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