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Dr.Web Security Space For Linux 2022


Dr.Web Security Space For Linux 2022.

Dr.Web is a Russian anti-malware company and with the same name on its software suite that was first released in 1992.

Dr.Web became the first anti-virus service in Russia.

The program also offers anti-spam solutions used by, for example, Yandex, Russia's largest search provider, to scan email attachments. There is also an add-on for all major browsers that control links to the online version of Dr. Web.

Dr. Web discovered the Trojan BackDoor.Flashback variant that affected more than 600,000 Macintosh computers.

Other discoverys by Dr.Web:

Dr.Web discovered the Trojan.Skimer.18, a Trojan that works like an ATM software skimmer.The Trojan can intercept and transmit bank card information processed by ATMs as well as data stored on the card and its PIN code.


Dr.Web discovered the ransomware Linux.Encoder.1 that affected more than 2,000 Linux users.Linux.Encoder.2 which was discovered later turned out to be an earlier version of this ransomware

In tests conducted by AV-TEST Lab 09/2015, Dr. Web Antivirus for Linux a 67.8% detection rate when tested against Windows-based threats and 91.6% for Linux-based threats.

Dr.Web Security Space For Linux features:

  • Protection against money theft
  • Protection against scammers
  • Protection against the exploitation of program vulnerabilities
  • Protection for data and information
  • Protection against device hijacking and spying
  • Protection for children against psychological and moral harm

Price range: 33+ or more Euro for 1 year license.

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