An anti-virus in extreme conditions
Time bombs in emails
The connecting link
Protect your reputation
Hackers from the cradle
When a computer is toasted
An anti-virus as a formality
A user facing "something"
The many faces of Linux
The threat curve
Welcome, but remote visitors not admitted
Does an anti-virus have rights?
Way too hot
You're working from home? Then they are coming for you
Don't be quick to point an accusing finger
Irreplaceable removable media
Virus ex machine
Help your neighbour
Betrayed by a file archiver
Remote and unwanted
A mining problem
Gone down the tubes
The border guard stands strong!
Those who do not sleep
Exclude all possibilities of software incompatibility and the rest falls on hardware failure. [Niuxin]
Due to problems with disks, you can easily lose information. [Toma]
I agree, many users like to slander the antivirus in vain. [Masha]
Many people try to shift the blame to the antivirus. It's true. [Dmur]
I do not like typing and at the moment I am in a hostile environment watching CCTV with unpleasant people doing unpleasant things.. so any spelling mistakes or losing my thread is because of the unpleasantness outside.
10 gigabytes 10 GB, is a lot of data to lose. S.M.A.R.T. = Self-monitoring analysis reporting technology should have had something to say about that before it happened ( BUT ) that would not be the responsibility of a anti-malware antivirus product that would be the user's responsibility to take notice of S.M.A.R.T. warnings.
Even so it would be very unlikely all of the 10 gigabytes 10 GB to be lost unless it was a total hard drive failure.
Most of the data on the hard drive is probably still there if they used a USB SATA external hard drive docking station to put that hard drive in to get the data out of it.
You know all this could be monitored from within Dr.Web, by using third-party monitoring software coding but it comes with a downside busy people or computer illiterate people
need less options.
The point of anti-malware antivirus products is to keep the bad software out once the bad software is in it is almost always game over Because that becomes a ex-contaminated computer system which cannot be trusted when it comes to login in to online banking and so on. Even though it was cleaned of the malware an ex-contaminated computer is always a security risk.
Dr.Web, should offer to create a boot recovery disk when it is first installed.
Dr.Web, should compete with all the others on VB even if it is just PR. if you can compete.
Browser fingerprint http://webkay.robinlinus.com/ [Philip]
You always need to understand the causes of the problem first. And Dr. Web technical support will help you here. [EvgenyZ]
Any equipment requires maintenance. And only positive reviews about Dr. Web technical support! [Пaвeл]
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