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The Anti-virus Times
Infinite horizons

Banknote thieves

23.02.2017

A Russian nesting doll for criminals

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Con artists

22.02.2017

Charlatan protectors

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Weak links

20.02.2017

If we don't see threats, does that mean they don't exist?

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Just email

17.02.2017

By hook or by crook?

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Con artists

16.02.2017

Activity emulated

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Configure it!

15.02.2017

Getting Dr.Web Anti-theft ready for your hour of need

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The price tag

14.02.2017

Not for personal gain…

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The rules of ”basic hygiene”

13.02.2017

Evil is secure

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The rules of ”basic hygiene”

10.02.2017

Ten security commandments for company accountants

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Just email

09.02.2017

Spammers and blacklists

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The rules of ”basic hygiene”

08.02.2017

We can only warn you

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The rules of ”basic hygiene”

07.02.2017

When you need a doctor, but not Doctor Web

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Just email

06.02.2017

Who issues the spam verdict

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Configure it!

03.02.2017

Devote time to your security

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DDoSsier

02.02.2017

Non-virtual terrorism

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The rules of ”basic hygiene”

01.02.2017

Always keep your anti-virus first aid kit close at hand

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The workshop

31.01.2017

More than mere curiosity

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Some levity

30.01.2017

Shock therapy for the lazy and ignorant

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Persona (non) grata

27.01.2017

IT deduction

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Configure it!

25.01.2017

Taming traffic gobblers

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Spies are everywhere

24.01.2017

Orwell wouldn't like it

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Encrypt everything

23.01.2017

Greed XXXL

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Unexpected guests

20.01.2017

Dirty remote tricks

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The rules of ”basic hygiene”

19.01.2017

Anti-virus pro forma 2: Problems and solutions

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Secure storage

18.01.2017

Two facts about passwords—where’s the truth?

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News

16.02

About the dangers of using online banking applications that rely on the insecure SSLv2 protocol

Doctor Web's technical support has received multiple queries from Dr.Web software product users who simultaneously use online banking applications that utilise the insecure SSLv2 protocol. To respond to all those queries and curtail the need for our users to ask such questions in the future, we’ll describe the issue in detail here in this news post.

13.02

Doctor Web discovers new banking Trojan

Banking Trojans pose a serious threat for both businesses and individuals as they are able to steal money directly from user accounts in various financial organizations. Doctor Web’s specialists have discovered a new Trojan threatening Windows users.

06.02

Doctor Web detects Trojan for Windows that infects Linux devices

Linux.Mirai is currently the most widespread Trojan for Linux. The first version of this malware was added to the Dr.Web virus databases under the name Linux.DDoS.87 back in May 2016. Since then, it has become very popular among virus makers as its source codes have been made public. Moreover, in February 2017 Doctor Web security researchers examined the Trojan for Windows that contributed to the distribution of Linux.Mirai.

Dr.Web AV-Desk

23.01

Dr.Web Anti-virus service now in Italy: CoreTech offers new security options

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web reports that its Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet service has been deployed by CoreTech, a major distributor of software and IT services in Italy. Thanks to the new service, CoreTech resellers are now supplying their users with the Dr.Web Anti-virus service and taking advantage of all the benefits of the SaaS model.

22.11

Dr.Web Anti-virus now in MTS Belarus service portfolio

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.

05.10

Dr.Web AV-Desk 10.0 in texts and illustrations: We invite our customers and partners to take the exam!

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!

Viruses

13.02

Doctor Web discovers new banking Trojan

Banking Trojans pose a serious threat for both businesses and individuals as they are able to steal money directly from user accounts in various financial organizations. Doctor Web’s specialists have discovered a new Trojan threatening Windows users.

06.02

Doctor Web detects Trojan for Windows that infects Linux devices

Linux.Mirai is currently the most widespread Trojan for Linux. The first version of this malware was added to the Dr.Web virus databases under the name Linux.DDoS.87 back in May 2016. Since then, it has become very popular among virus makers as its source codes have been made public. Moreover, in February 2017 Doctor Web security researchers examined the Trojan for Windows that contributed to the distribution of Linux.Mirai.

31.01

Counter cyber-fraud center

Current threats

Anti-virus laboratory
Virus database last updated: 2017-02-26 10:21:18 MSK

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